Broken Social Scene, Flying Lotus and Sunset Rubdown Lead This Week's Can't Miss Concerts

Broken Social Scene, Flying Lotus and Sunset Rubdown Lead This Week's Can't Miss Concerts
As we love to do every Thursday, Exclaim! has dug through the mass of Canadian concert listings to guide you to what we like call Can't Miss Concerts. As usual, this week we've picked your best bets for gigging in Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal, so if you're in any of those cities have a look at what's in store.

Vancouver

Thursday, June 9
In support of the recent Secretly Canadian-released full-length Person to Person, epic folk rockers Foreign Born give a live taste of their twisted-up Americana, California style.

Foreign Born
The Veils
$12 at Media Club

Saturday, June 11

Increasingly ambitious Vancouver promoters Twee Death rope in the chilled-out and laid-back isolation sounds of Seattle songstress Jesy Fortino and her Tiny Vipers.

Tiny Vipers
Glaciers (avant-percussionist Jeffrey Allport, Lief from Mutators and Rob from Solder & Sons)
$10 at Little Mountain Studios

Sunday, June 12
As part of the travelling Red Bull Music Academy, glitch-hop maestro and Warp Records signee Flying Lotus brings both a workshop and proper concert performance during a rare Canadian tour. Flying Lotus is also playing Toronto (July 9), Ottawa (July 10) and Montreal (July 11). For all dates, click here.

Flying Lotus
My Man Henri
$10 (advance)/$15 (at the door) at Shine

Toronto

Thursday, June 9
Well, there's probably no better way to spend a Thursday night than breaking out the metal nostalgia with Judas Priest and Whitesnake.

Judas Priest
Whitesnake
$49.50 to $89.50 at the Molson Amphitheatre

Friday, June 10
Break out the hoodie, secretly stash some booze and get ready for those punk rock sounds because the annual Warped Tour is touching down. This year the line-up features Alexisonfire, Anti-Flag, Less Than Jake and, of course, NOFX, plus tons more.

Warped Tour
$40 at Arrow Hall

Saturday, June 11
Sorry, Steve Earle, we know you're playing tonight too, but a free Broken Social Scene show is just too good to give up.

Broken Social Scene
Rattlesnake Choir 
Free at Harbourfront Centre

Montreal

Thursday, June 9
While they have kind of fallen off our radar these days, Philly trio Burning Brides are apparently still doing the rock'n'roll thing and likely bring a hefty bit a noise.

Burning Brides
$TBA at the Green Room (5390, boulevard Saint-Laurent)

Friday, June 10
Montreal-based electro/ambient musicmakers Lowbrow promise a mash of electronic elements and traditional instruments, or as they put it "think Buddy Holly meets Kraftwerk."

Lowbrow
$5 at Le Cagibi

Saturday, June 11
Wolf Parader Spencer Krug brings his "other band" Sunset Rubdown back home after touring North America in support of their pretty stand-up full-length Dragonslayer.

Sunset Rubdown
The Witchies 
Elfin Saddle  $15 at Il Motore