A new single from Broken Social Scene. Download “All I Want” any time between February 18th and February 24th by clicking below. Learn more about Broken Social Scene at his Official Website, Like him on Facebook and follow her on Twitter.
10 years after Evan Drew and Brendan Canning first started laying down ambient instrumentals in a Toronto basement for their debut Broken Social Scene release Feel Good Lost – that eternal question still lingers: what exactly makes a Broken Social Scene album a Broken Social Scene album? For some, it’s that omnipresent element of randomness and chaos but you can decide for yourself. Download “Halfway Home” any time between May 8th, and May 14th and learn more about Broken Social Scene at their Official Website, “Like” them on Facebookand follow them on Twitter
Craig and I walked through the familiar gates at the Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago and already there were people sitting by the front of the A (Aluminum) Stage set and ready to see Modest Mouse that night. It was an extremely hot day, and by extremely I mean uninhabitable. Everyone was miserable on the outside, soaked to the skin, which was most likely frying at any given point. However, all of us willingly hurried from stage-to-stage to see whatever each stage had to show us. It was a relatively lay back in the shade and enjoy the music type of day, but none-the-less I was able to enter a couple photo pits.
Broken Social Scene
(I also had the ability to have a conversation with Brendan Canning of Broken Social Scene (the one in the blue zig-zags; above), which you can find a listen to here.)