Pop & Rock: Year in Review 2010
Sure, you're the kings and queens of Toronto ― all the more reason to decamp to Chicago and be forced to focus. After endless solo projects, an oral history book, a concert movie, and the threat of saturation, Broken Social Scene rallied the troops, put pop hooks front and centre, and let producer John McEntire craft the background chaos into tasty textural bits, while drummer Justin Peroff evolved into the band's secret star. BSS's blend of boisterous guitar rock, glimmering electronics and bold brass sections has never sounded so powerful and convincing ― it's the sound of a band that never wants to be taken for granted again.
FeaturesFeb 24, 2015
Most People"Lover's Spit" (Broken Social Scene cover) on Exclaim! TV
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StreamsFeb 23, 2015
Lisa LeBlanc"Katie Cruel" on Exclaim! TV
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FeaturesFeb 20, 2015
B. A. JohnstonPerforms Three New Songs (Exclaim! TV x Pinball Sessions)
Judging by the title of his upcoming album Shit Sucks, things may appear a bit down in the life of B.A. Johnston. However, the Hamilton-base...
FeaturesFeb 18, 2015
The Elwins"Off the Wall" on Exclaim! TV
After relentlessly touring in support of their 2012 debut And I Thank You, Keswick, Ontario outfit the Elwins will have to get accustomed to...