Women's Meltdown Aftermath, Bush on Kayne and the "Hottest Bands in Canada" Lead This Week's News Roundup

Women's Meltdown Aftermath, Bush on Kayne and the 'Hottest Bands in Canada' Lead This Week's News Roundup
If you've been regularly following our news stream, you know there's been a lot to keep up with this week. So just in case you missed anything the first time around, here's our weekly news roundup.

Unfortunately, we start things off with Women's onstage meltdown. Last Friday (October 29), things went less than stellar at a Victoria, BC show, resulting in fist fights, a cancelled tour, the words "breaking up" and, as can been seen in our comments section, more than a few rumours/theories as to the cause of the whole debacle. On the bright side, there's been no official word that this is the end of Women, plus tour partners DD/MM/YYYY are carrying on with the Euro tour minus their "four favourite Women."

In other Canadian music news, the results are in for i(heart)music's "Hottest Bands in Canada" poll, while Propagandhi have finally ironed out all the details of their split with Sacrifice, not to mention shown off the release's totally bad-ass cover. However, Propagandhi are without a label right now and they're shopping around. And in some more bummer news, Dubmatix has been duped by some Gregory Isaacs imposter.

Then, we had George Bush revealing Kanye West caused the lowest point of his presidency, that major weird Jay-Z/MC Hammer beef and proof that Ozzy is a mutant.

And just in case you didn't hear, Weezy's free!