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Date: Thursday, 21 Aug 2014 17:02

Last night, Lauryn Hill took to Twitter to release a sketch of a song recorded in her living room.

Melodically similar to Rodgers and Hammerstein's "My Favourite Things," "Black Rage" has been in Hill's repertoire for at least two years. The recent shooting of teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., prompted this more official release.

Author: "Judith Lynch"
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Date: Thursday, 21 Aug 2014 16:34

Rush frontman Geddy Lee took the ALS ice bucket challenge and didn't disappoint, making one of the most Canadian call outs following one of the nerdiest challenges yet.

We can't help but love every minute of this. Wa wa wee wa! 

Author: "Jesse Kinos-Goodin"
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Date: Thursday, 21 Aug 2014 15:49

The Polaris Music Prize continues to expand. In addition to the annual award, which provides a prize of $30,000 to the best Canadian album of the year, it has launched a collaborative series with the Banff Centre and now a cover series with AUX TV.

For the Polaris Cover Sessions, previous shortlisted artists select a song to cover from a previously shortlisted album. In 2006 Sarah Harmer’s album I'm A Mountain was nominated, and in 2010 Caribou was nominated for the album Swim (he won in 2008 for the album Andorra).

Check out Sarah Harmer’s version of Caribou’s "Odessa."

Author: "Lana Gay"
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Date: Thursday, 21 Aug 2014 15:04

Buddy MacMaster, the renowned Cape Breton fiddler, died last night at the age of 89. Radio 2 Morning's Tom Power remembers the man from Judique.

Buddy MacMaster was one of the last of the true giants of traditional music in this country. A generation of Cape Breton fiddlers — some of whom you may have heard (Ashley MacIsaac, Natalie MacMaster), others of whom you may not (Dwayne Cote, Wendy MacIsaac) — and countless players around the island learned at the feet and bow of MacMaster at his home in Judique. 

He played with a fiery spirit, showing that the typical harsh bowing of Cape Breton fiddle could still be subtle and beautiful in its aggression. His playing ebbed and flowed, at one moment lyrical and at another sparking a fire under the feet of all those listening to him. When you heard Buddy MacMaster play the fiddle, you felt like you heard hundreds of years of music come out of those F-holes.

Never a "professional musician," MacMaster played music like people have for generations: after work, evenings and on weekends for people in his community, as a function of socialization and dance. He is regarded as one of the most important fiddlers this country has ever produced — but most importantly, Buddy MacMaster's humility, kindness and reverence for tradition made him an important symbol of Cape Breton culture and life today.

Find Tom Power on Twitter: @tompowercbc

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Date: Thursday, 21 Aug 2014 11:55

Ten provinces, 14 bands, two moose, five ferries, zero speeding tickets, one sweater and 10,000+ kilometres later, the 2014 CBC Beetle finally crossed the finish line at CBC Vancouver on July 25, 2014!

There to greet us was Vancouver pop band Hey Ocean and a massive crowd of over 850 people basking in the summer sunshine.

Check out the video below of Hey Ocean performing their hit “Big Blue Wave” at the Beetle Roadtrip Sessions finale on the plaza of CBC Vancouver, complete with highlights from all of the sessions and sites across Canada captured during the most epic of rock ‘n’ roll roadtrips.

After checking out the video, be sure to click through the photo gallery above to see some of the best snapshots of the trip. Thanks for following along!

And catch up on all of the rest this year's Beetle Roadtrip Sessions below:

Did the 2014 CBC Beetle Roadtrip Sessions inspire you to take a trip this summer? Where are you roadtripping to? What has been the highlight of your summer of 2014 so far?

Let us know in the comments below or tweet us @CBCRadio3! And don't forget: you can relive all the glory over at cbcmusic.ca/beetleroadtrip!

Author: "Grant Lawrence"
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Date: Thursday, 21 Aug 2014 11:38

Each day, Rich Terfry and Radio 2 Drive wraps up your day with music and stories about the interesting things going on in the world.

 

REAR-VIEW MIRROR

Every week, Rich Terfry looks back in our Rear-view Mirror at a great song from the good ol’ days. This week, Stan Getz and "Girl From Ipanema."

In 1962, a group of renowned Brazilian musicians travelled to New York City to record an album of bossa nova songs under the direction of famed producer Creed Taylor.

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One of those songs was written by Antonio Carlos Jobim about a 19 year-old girl he often saw walking through his neighborhood.

Taylor thought the song could be a hit, if only the vocal was in English. He asked if anyone in the room knew English well enough to sing a translation. None of the musicians did. However, guitarist Joao Gilberto's girlfriend Astrud, who made the trip so she could see New York City, did. She had no musical experience whatsoever, but Taylor coaxed her into the vocal booth.

Because her voice was untrained, simple and unpretentious, it was a perfect fit for the song. Everyone in the studio agreed that Astrud captured the spirit of the girl in the song perfectly. And Creed Taylor's hunch that the song could be a hit was right. When the song, "The Girl From Ipanema", was released, it shot to the top of the charts and a star was born.

The public fell in love with young Astrud's voice and she went on to become a recording star in her own right, releasing 16 albums between 1964 and 2002. "The Girl From Ipanema" sold over a million copies and won a Grammy Award.

Here's the song that turned a young woman on a sightseeing trip into an international recording star. This is "The Girl From Ipanema" featuring Astrud Gilberto on Rear View Mirror.

 

Here are some other great editions of Rear-view Mirror:

Norman Greenbaum/Spirit in the Sky

Elvis Presley/Blue Suede Shoes

Johnny Cash/Ring of Fire

The Kinks/You Really Got Me

The Beatles/Yesterday

Al Green/Let's Stay Together

Simon and Garfunkel/The Boxer

Smokey Robinson and the Miracles/Tracks of my Tears

Elvis Presley/Heartbreak Hotel

Bruce Cockburn/Lovers In A Dangerous Time

The Doors - Light My Fire

Bob Dylan & Jimi Hendrix/All Along The Watchtower 

The Clash/London Calling

Phil Spector and the Ronnettes/Be My Baby

Os Mutantes/Ando Meio Desligado

The Diamonds/Little Darlin

Captain Beefheart/Yellow Brick Road

Elton John/Bennie and the Jets

Hank Williams/Long Gone Lonesome Blues

R.E.M./What's the Frequency, Kenneth?

Tom Waits/Jockey Full of Bourbon

Neil Diamond/Sweet Caroline

The Who/Pinball Wizard

Buffalo Springfield/For What It's Worth

Five Man Electrical Band/Signs

Band Aid/Do They Know It's Christmas

John Lennon/Imagine

The Ugly Ducklings/Nothin

Bob Dylan/Tangled Up In Blue

The Beatles/Norwegian Wood

The Pursuit of Happiness/I'm An Adult Now

Bruce Springsteen/Born To Run

Arcade Fire/Wake Up

Gnarls Barkley/Crazy

Big Joe Turner/Shake Rattle and Roll

Martha and the Muffins/Echo Beach

Wilson Pickett/In The Midnight Hour

The Band/The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down

Fleetwood Mac/Go Your Own Way

The Animals/House of the Rising Sun

Ian and Sylvia/Four Strong Winds

James Brown/Please Please Please

John Cougar Mellencamp, 'Pink Houses'

Leonard Cohen/Suzanne

The Ramones/I Wanna Be Sedated

Blue Rodeo/Try

The Guess Who/American Woman

U2/I Still Have't Found What I'm Looking For

Janis Joplin/Me and Bobby McGee

Gordon Lightfoot "If You Could Read My Mind"

The Byrds "Eight Miles High"

Simon and Garfunkel "The Sound of Silence"

Bill Haley and his Comets "Rock Around The Clock"

The Velvet Underground "I'm Waiting For The Man"

Johnny Cash "Folsom Prison Blues"

Bobby Fuller "I Fought The Law"

Big Star "September Gurls"

The Hollies "Bus Stop"

Joy Division "Love Will Tear Us Apart"

Booker T and the MGs "Green Onions"

Jimi Hendrix "Hey Joe"

Neil Young "Rockin' in the Free World"

Dolly Parton "Jolene"

The Left Banke "Walk Away Renee"

Lou Reed "Walk On The Wild Side"

James Taylor "Fire And Rain"

The Clash "Should I Stay or Should I Go"

Marvin Gaye "Sexual Healing"

Radiohead "Paranoid Android"

M.I.A. "Paper Planes"

The Animals "We Gotta Get Out of this Place"

Dusty Springfield "Son of a Preacher Man"

Screamin' Jay Hawkins "I Put A Spell On You"

Cheap Trick "Surrender"

Mott The Hoople "All the Young Dudes"

Beach Boys "Sloop John B"

Amy Winehouse "Rehab"

New York Dolls "Personality Crisis"

Modern Lovers "Roadrunner"

George Jones "He Stopped Loving Her Today"

Bruce Springsteen "Born in the USA"

The Beatles "With A Little Help From My Friends"

Rolling Stones 'Miss You'

The Coasters 'Run Red Run'

Elvis Costello, 'Alison'

James Brown, 'Hot (I Need to be loved loved loved)'

Inner Circle, 'Tenement Yard'

Ray Charles, 'I Don't Need No Doctor'

Curtis Mayfield, 'Freddy's Dead'

Gang Starr, 'Beyond Comprehension'

Bo Diddley, 'Bo Diddley'

Aretha Franklin, 'Rocksteady'

CCR, 'Have You Ever Seen the Rain'

Howlin' Wolf, 'Smokestack Lightning'

Bobby Womack, 'Across 110th Street'

Roy Orbison, 'In Dreams'

Foggy Hogtown Boys, 'Man of Constant Sorrow'

Pink Floyd, 'Wish You Were Here'

Neil Young, 'Cortez The Killer'

Bob Dylan, 'Subterranean Homesick Blues'

Little Eva, 'Loco-Motion'

Elvis Costello, 'Watching the Detectives'

Jimmy Cliff, 'The Harder They Come'

The Verve, 'Bittersweet Symphony'

Roberta Flack, 'Killing Me Softly with his Song'

R.E.M., 'Radio Free Europe'

Radiohead, 'No Surprises'

Led Zeppelin, 'Ramble On'

Rolling Stones, 'Beast of Burden'

Glen Campbell, 'Wichita Lineman'

 

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Date: Thursday, 21 Aug 2014 10:03

With hundreds of years of piano repertoire, there's so much music to explore. You hear it every day in commercials and maybe you remember taking lessons as a kid, but there's no denying that the amount of great piano music allows for a lifetime of discovery.

That's why CBC Music is featuring 10 gems from the solo piano repertoire that go beyond "Für Elise" — not that there's anything wrong with it — and highlight the versatility and range of the instrument. You'll fall in love with the piano all over again.

Open the gallery above for 10 pieces of piano music everyone should know. While you're looking, hit play on the YouTube playlist below to hear all 10.

Have you caught the piano bug? Check out one of these piano performances near you this season:

Vancouver: Emanuel Ax, Chan Centre for the Performing Arts. Jan. 18

Calgary: Honens 2014 starring Alexandre Tharaud and Honens laureates, various locations. Sept. 4-7

Toronto: Janina Fialkowska, St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts. Oct. 28

Ottawa: Inon Barnatan, National Gallery of Canada. March 15

Montreal: Lang Lang, Maison symphonique de Montréal. March 13

Quebec City: Valentina Lisitsa, Grand Théâtre de Québec. Nov. 24

Halifax: Sara Davis Buechner, Rebecca Cohn Auditorium. Nov. 6

Related:

10 pieces of baroque music everyone should know

10 pieces of classical music everyone should know

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Author: "Michael Morreale"
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Date: Thursday, 21 Aug 2014 07:54

A cursory Google search of best-worst duets points fingers squarely at Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder's "Ebony and Ivory."

To that, I counter, you've never watched Jewel attempt to out-vamp Jessica Simpson in a 10-years-after-the-fact take on "Who Will Save Your Soul." (Hat tip to Louise Burns for having introduced me to the aforementioned clip.)

There's something very special about stumbling across a best-worst duet. More so than just making fun of something terrible, because that's just kind of mean, there's an irrepressible passion and conviction in a best-worst anything that's moves a performance past an ironic enjoyment and into real, emotionally affecting territory. This is where one can parse the good from the bad, the best from the worst, which I have attempted to do below with what I think are the 15 best-worst duets in music history.

Artists: Jessica Simpson & Jewel
Song: "Who Will Save Your Soul"

Best: This sexed-up performance of Jewel's song about a man experiencing a crisis of morality, ethics, humanity and faith is bizarre, but neither woman holds anything back.

Worst: This is a show-stopper of a number, though maybe not always for the right reasons. At one point the audience inexplicably claps following the line, "another tower went up / where the homeless had their homes." Yay? Nay. Simpson's contorted emoting, mostly through her lips, resembles that of Mr. Ed attempting to get peanut butter off the roof of his mouth. It's less a duet than a terrible game of one-upmanship where everybody is a loser, most of all me because I can't stop watching it.

 

Artists: Glenn Hoddle and Chris Waddle
Song: "It's Goodbye"

Best: These soccer players are better musicians than most athletes who pick up a microphone (sorry, Shaq). The song has quite a distinct '80s feeling and at least they attempt a key change, which is interesting. And it's not "Diamond Lights," their other song, which is arguably their most maligned and mocked track.

Worst: "It's Goodbye" is gloriously vacant, empty and occasionally off-key. The stiff dancing (loosely synchronized in what I like to call the white dude, elbows-in shuffle) looks more like frat brothers at a Hall & Oates show than pro athletes.

 

Artists: Bryan Adams and Melanie C
Song: "When You're Gone"

Best: The song is catchy! It's a great, hooky number, easy to sing along to and high energy.

Worst: Melanie C, or Sporty Spice as she's sometimes known, feels like she's trying incredibly hard to keep up with Adams, who is not so much known for the technical achievements of his vocals but rather the uniqueness of the vocals themselves. (Consider the alternative, I suppose, with this long-lost version Adams allegedly recorded with Pamela Anderson, h/t Dave Shumka.) The video finds them trying very hard to keep up with the energy of the music, moving in and out of ghost-white rooms and up and down staircases and through hallways, but the song's momentum just continues to outpace and outshine them. And it is not a sexy song, it's a fun one, no matter how many smoldering eyeliner stares (Adams) or impassioned chest thumps (C) they give the camera.

Artists: Brad Paisley and LL Cool J
Song: "Accidental Racist"

Best: There's a saying that's tailor-made for duets like this: the road to hell is paved with the best of intentions. But they both turn in good vocal performances, so there's that.

Worst: Pretty much everything, from the good ol' boy justifications of waving the Confederate flag because of civic pride to the meandering "White man's burden" lyrical queries that basically ask, "Why can't we just move on? Why do I have to pay the price because of what my ancestors did?" Really? Really??

 

Artists: Gwyneth Paltrow and Huey Lewis
Song: "Cruisin'"

Best: Paltrow acquits herself fine, better than some actors-turned-singers, and she and Huey's voices blend and complement each other well. But...

Worst: Paltrow and Lewis's characters sang this to each other in a flop of a film called, appropriately enough, Duets, and the song ended up getting released as a single. Their characters were father and daughter. This song is about sex and having sex; they even sing it in a weirdly sexual manner, which makes sense since it's full of lyrics like this: "if you want it you got it forever / this is not a one-night stand" and "inch by inch we get closer and closer to every part of each other."

 

Artists: David Bowie and Mick Jagger
Song: "Dancing in the Street"

Best: Everything but the song is the absolute best. The video is an elaborate middle finger to convention. It's hilarious, intentionally so, and I feel like Bowie and Jagger were both so cool and confident that they were like, sure, who cares, we can do anything we want. The video is about love, peacocking, one-upmanship and dancing in the street. It's the ultimate '80s experience.

Worst: The song's kind of terrible. Sure, it'll get a party started, because we all love dancing in the street, and it's pretty catchy, but the song's kind of the worst.


Artists: Ricky Martin and Christina Aguilera
Song: "Nobody Wants to Be Lonely"

Best: They both sing in a way that works for them and in a way that many people find pleasing.

Worst: The vocal histrionics and laughable lyrics drag the song down rather than letting it soar. As for the video, both do their best (I guess?) to try and sex-up the action at every turn, but it just looks like the beginning of a soft-core porn or the opening credits of a pilot for a new soap opera.

 

Artists: Barbra Streisand and Don Johnson
Song: "Till I Loved You"

Best: Barbra does Barbra, which is a win for Barbra fans.

Worst: Don. And the song, which marries all of the worst '80s sonic tropes with dreadful lyrics.

 

Artists: Spice Girls and Luciano Pavarotti
Song: "Viva Forever"

Best: It's the fourth best Spice Girls song.

Worst: Shoe-horning a tenor into a pre-existing song was absolutely the worst trend in the late-'90s. Why did so many people this this was a great idea? (Tracy Chapman, U2, Jon Bon Jovi, Mariah Carey, etc.) At least spend a little more time rearranging the songs, rather than just tossing Pavarotti a verse or two. Occasionally the two approaches would overlap, but mostly it was like watching a messy mash-up happen live, with Pav looking on in a mixture of delight and vague confusion about how his life had come to this.

 

Artists: Hilary Duff & Haylie Duff
Song: "Our Lips Are Sealed"

Best: It's a cover of a great song by the Go-Gos.

Worst: This is the sound of two sisters doing at-home karaoke at a party in the basement before they go and make out with a set of brothers in the same room at opposite ends of the couch.

 

Artists: Nelly and Tim McGraw
Song: "Over and Over"

Best: The song's kind of catchy and it's so repetitive, so it really owns its title.

Worst: McGraw is so inessential here that it's distracting. Occasionally he busts out a little country growl or echoes a line with a little drawl, but it never works in any meaningful way and ultimately drags the song down needlessly.

 

Artists: Avril Lavigne and Chad Kroeger
Song: "Let Me Go"

Best: Avril plays piano (at least in the video) which saves the song from feeling too much like a Nickelback track.

Worst: It sounds like a throw-away Nickelback track, and it shows just how much Lavigne and Kroeger's worst indulgences mirror each other musically. Both are talented songwriters (yes, they are) and gifted performers in their own right, but this track doesn't show how two's better than one. If anything, the math might be against them here. Plus, the weird extended product placement in the video is so obvious. I'm just going to say it: Avril's better than this song.

 

Artists: Michael Jackson and Eddie Murphy
Song: "What's Up With You"

Best: The video opens with Murphy cradling a dove and Michael Jackson does some of his Jackson-isms, which are always entertaining.

Worst: Eddie Murphy's foray into music was rocky at best. His delivery of the line, "What's up?" seems to have inspired that irritating beer frog who asked "Whazzzzup?" Plus, the video depicts some odd power moves on Murphy's part; at one point he leans in and whispers something in Jackson's ear and ruffles up his hair with his nose, and at the end he suddenly, from behind, clasps a hand over Jackson's mouth. The song also feels like zero effort on either man's part, like perhaps they recorded it originally as a series of answering machine messages that were never really resolved: "What's up with you?" "Hey, what's up with you?" "What's up with you???"

 

Artists: Dolly Parton and Sylvester Stallone
Song: "Sweet Lovin' Friends"

Best: Dolly.

Worst: Sly.

 

Artists: Frank Sinatra and Bono
Song: "I've Got You Under My Skin"

Best: Frank Sinatra keeps it classy and plays it straight, refusing to give an inch to Bono's interpretation.

Worst: Bono oozes his least-likable Bono vocal quirks all over this classic and there's just no common ground between the big band flourishes and Bono's weird burst of unpalatable falsetto. 

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Date: Thursday, 21 Aug 2014 07:31

Your votes will determine who deserves to be a finalist in our hunt for Canada's best new campus music act — and who'll get a shot at winning the $10,000 cash prize (and a bunch of other cool prizes!). 

If you can't narrow down your favourite artist or band, don't sweat it. In the first two rounds, you can vote for up to 10 music acts in each province and territory.

If you're one of the competitors, you may want to connect with artists in other regions. Get them to ask their fans to support you, and offer to do the same. Artists that have employed this method in previous Searchlight competitions have had awesome results. Not only did it help them get ahead in the contest and gain more fans across the country, but connecting with musicians from other regions made it easier for them to book gigs in places where they had no connections (and it helped them find a free place to crash!). 

Once your votes narrow it down to the top five Rock Your Campus finalists, we'll send those tracks over to our panel of judges to deliberate. So, who are they? Check out the gallery above.

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Author: "Ann Lang"
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Date: Wednesday, 20 Aug 2014 17:15

The list of performers for the 2014 Polaris Music Prize gala has been announced and it includes Basia Bulat, Mac DeMarco, Jessy Lanza, Owen Pallett, Shad and Tanya Tagaq.

Members of Arcade Fire and Yamantaka // Sonic Titan will also be in attendance.

Polaris also announced this year's grand jury, which is made up of a group of journalists, broadcasters, bloggers and programmers from across Canada. This year's 11 member jury includes:

Adam Bowie – Daily Gleaner (Fredericton)
Lorraine Carpenter – CultMTL (Montréal)
Stephen Cooke – Chronicle Herald (Halifax)
Jessica Émond-Ferrat - Journal Métro (Montréal)
Luke Fox – Exclaim (Toronto)
Liisa Ladouceur – Freelance (Toronto)
Melody Lau – Much (Toronto)
Julia LeConte – NOW (Toronto)
Stephanie McKay – Star Phoenix (Saskatoon)
Alan Ranta – Freelance (Vancouver)
Mark Teo – AUX (Toronto)

Polaris revealed the 10 acts on the short list on July 15.

The gala will be hosted by actor Jay Baruchel and take place on Sept. 22 at the Carlu in Toronto.

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Polaris Music Prize 2014 long list announced

Author: "Andrea Gin"
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Date: Wednesday, 20 Aug 2014 16:50

Atlantic Canada's greatest annual musical event, the Halifax Pop Explosion, did a second round of roster announcements yesterday. Highlights included the addition of goth-soul artist Cold Specks, Inuit throat-singer Tanya Tagaq, and Torotonian EDM mega-stars Zeds Dead.

The announcement also included the addition of electronic music hometown boys Ryan Hemsworth and Rich Aucoin.

The Pop Explosion lineup announcement happened last month, and included artists like Danny Brown, BadBadNotGood, who will be playing with the Wu-Tang Clan's Raekwon and Ghostface Killah, and Against Me!.

You can see the full lineup so far here.

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Date: Wednesday, 20 Aug 2014 15:41

Kingston, Ont. noise merchants PS I Love You and Victoria, B.C. based weirdos Frog Eyes played Toronto's Drake Underground last night. Here's what you missed.

1) The awkward stage banter of Frog Eyes frontman Carey Mercer

When three members of the four person band came on stage, Mercer admitted that they'd hit the stage "prematurely." He then played a solo number, saying "What else am I going to do? I only have one story, it's about Kim Clark Champniss and Master T, but I want to save that for later. He later described himself as "Not a Toronto guy. I still order biscotti and wait to see if the waiter is impressed."

2) The sheer, overwhelming force of PS I Love You in a small, low-ceilinged room

PS I Love You are not only loud by the relatively sedate standards of indie rock, but by almost any objective standard, as well. It's kind of their whole raison d'etre. Putting them in a small, low-ceilinged space like the Drake Underground makes it feel as if they're actually playing a show inside your skull.

3) The hard, laser focused drumming of PS I Love You's Benjamin Nelson

This guy hits with both a ferocity and tight precision that would make most metal drummers jealous. Also, the fact that he wears batting gloves to play is a nice we-mean-business touch.

4) PS I Love You frontman Paul Saulnier playing with what he called "summer pneumonia"

Have any of our Ontario readers had to deal with that gnarly summer cold that's been going around? We had it at the end of July and it completely ruined us for a few days. Apparently Paul Saulnier is dealing with it now, but he came out and performed anyway, because he's a trooper. As an unexpected bonus, it gave his voice a bit of a Kurt Cobain-like quality.

5) Guitar solos

Look, modern rock needs more balls-to-the-wall shredding. We don't know when it became uncool to really let it rip on the guitar, let alone to fling your instrument behind your head and play it that way — as Saulnier did to close his set last night — but we want more solos going forward. PS I Love You put two into their set last night and it was amazing.

Follow Chris Dart on Twitter at: @ChrisDartCOTF

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Date: Wednesday, 20 Aug 2014 15:31

If you're having trouble shaking off Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj is here to help. “Anaconda,” the new single from her upcoming The Pink Print album, comes as if in direct response to Swift’s first official “official pop” single, “Shake it Off,” released just one day ago with a video that was an obvious attempt to court criticism (and the views and media coverage that go with it) by borrowing elements from rap culture. If “Shake it Off” looked like a GAP commercial before, as some critics have noted, now it looks more like an episode of Saved by the Bell by comparison.

Swift’s video features the singer struggling to keep up with various groups of dancers, and the controversy mostly stems from one segment which features Swift, decked out in booty shorts and gold chains, using black women’s twerking behinds as props. Whether it’s tongue in cheek or not (it very likely is; Swift seems too smart to be that dense), as NOW magazine points out, it makes a mockery of the discussions around race that have sprouted up since the last time a country crossover artist tried that. At one point, Swift crawls under a line of gyrating legs, looking up in amazement and then laughing at the whole thing, as if to acknowledge just how awkward that whole segment is. But here’s the thing: by holding twerking at arm’s length, as if it’s something to be either marvelled and/or laughed at, Swift is actually managing to be more offensive than if she was earnestly interested in the culture. Her laughable attempt at a rap verse halfway through the song proves that.

Minaj overshadows Swift’s moment in the spotlight with a highly NSFW, almost-five-minute, twerk- and thong-heavy video in support of a single that will very likely have her taking the rap throne back from Iggy Azalea.  

The video calls to mind an interview I’ve quoted before that Minaj did with Ellen Generes which touched on this very same thing. “If a white girl does something that seems to be black, then it’s like, black people think, oh, she’s embracing our culture, so they kinda ride with it. And then white people think, oh she must be cool, she doing something black. It’s weird, but if a black person does a black thing, it ain’t that poppin’,” she said.

But here’s where Minaj is wrong. There’s nothing cool about Swift’s treatment, and Minaj’s video is actually that poppin’, already racking up impressive views (2.3 million and counting at time of writing).

Update: As of Aug. 21, "Anaconda" has racked up more views than "Shake it Off," with both of them surpassing 20-million.

As for the song itself, “Ananconda” shows us Minaj is leaving the dance pop of “Starships” far behind, taking a Sir Mix-a-Lot sample to jump off into a masterclass on early ‘90s dance-rap, in both production and flow, with lyrics that channel the same sort of liberation that Salt N’ Pepa were known for.

You can watch the video below, which features a rarely silent Drake and is definitely NSFW, but better yet, hit play, minimize your screen and forget about that time Swift tried to rap to “this sick beat.

What do you think about Minaj's new single? Share your thoughts on Twitter: @JesseKG

Author: "Jesse Kinos-Goodin"
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Date: Wednesday, 20 Aug 2014 13:12

It's no secret that if you're a musician in this country, touring is tough. We're big, we're broad and, for the most part, we're barren. The harsh reality of our geography makes music festivals a necessity. But are they really good for music fans?

The economics of staging a festival are such that the presence of the headliner subsidizes the presence of the other acts. So while music festivals do perform the service of bringing lesser known acts to a wider range of fans, it's at what cost? If at any other time of the year I could see Artist X perform for $20 in an intimate venue, why would I pay $60 to see them perform a shorter set in an open field at the end of a long day after spending hours listening to bands that I'm not interested in? The idea of overpaying for one band in hopes that you'll grow to love another doesn't seem to serve music fans to the fullest. 

The one-size-fits-most approach to programming a music festival also means that you're not necessarily with like-minded fans the way you would be at a more intimate venue. You're inevitably surrounded by a number of people who just want to party and aren't too concerned about those who came to take in a particular set. The uninterested might talk amongst themselves, play with their phones, weave their way through the crowd to the beer tent or, worse yet, do all of those things at once. This behaviour is generally tolerated because, well, it's a festival. But tolerating this behaviour runs the risk of inadvertently breeding lousy music fans — fans who might not be aware that they're being tolerated and would expect that this behaviour would fly anywhere live music is performed.

It's important to remember that the music festival experience is not the same from coast to coast to coast. Larger cities see a greater number of A-list acts headlining their festivals while smaller cities and towns might not get more than one or two, plus a heap of supporting acts. That inadvertent regional bias penalizes music fans who don't care for — or can't get to — large cities.

And let's not forget that musicians are some of the biggest music fans around. It can't be easy for them to take the stage all summer long to play their hearts out for only a fraction of the audience. Sure the money's good, but if they were in it for the money, let's face it, they wouldn't be musicians.

With all of that being said, don't get it twisted: music festivals aren't the worst thing ever, nor should they be abolished. But perhaps, before the next person hatches a plan to launch one in an already jam-packed summer, it would be worth asking, who is this really for?

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Date: Wednesday, 20 Aug 2014 13:00

Each day, Rich Terfry and Radio 2 Drive wraps up your day with music and stories about the interesting things going on in the world.

 

REAR-VIEW MIRROR

Every week, Rich Terfry looks back in our Rear-view Mirror at a great song from the good ol’ days. This week, Stan Getz and "Girl From Ipanema."

In 1962, a group of renowned Brazilian musicians travelled to New York City to record an album of bossa nova songs under the direction of famed producer Creed Taylor.

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Listen to Rich tell you the story behind "Girl From Ipanema"

One of those songs was written by Antonio Carlos Jobim about a 19 year-old girl he often saw walking through his neighborhood.

Taylor thought the song could be a hit, if only the vocal was in English. He asked if anyone in the room knew English well enough to sing a translation. None of the musicians did. However, guitarist Joao Gilberto's girlfriend Astrud, who made the trip so she could see New York City, did. She had no musical experience whatsoever, but Taylor coaxed her into the vocal booth.

Because her voice was untrained, simple and unpretentious, it was a perfect fit for the song. Everyone in the studio agreed that Astrud captured the spirit of the girl in the song perfectly. And Creed Taylor's hunch that the song could be a hit was right. When the song, "The Girl From Ipanema", was released, it shot to the top of the charts and a star was born.

The public fell in love with young Astrud's voice and she went on to become a recording star in her own right, releasing 16 albums between 1964 and 2002. "The Girl From Ipanema" sold over a million copies and won a Grammy Award.

Here's the song that turned a young woman on a sightseeing trip into an international recording star. This is "The Girl From Ipanema" featuring Astrud Gilberto on Rear View Mirror.

 

Here are some other great editions of Rear-view Mirror:

Norman Greenbaum/Spirit in the Sky

Elvis Presley/Blue Suede Shoes

Johnny Cash/Ring of Fire

The Kinks/You Really Got Me

The Beatles/Yesterday

Al Green/Let's Stay Together

Simon and Garfunkel/The Boxer

Smokey Robinson and the Miracles/Tracks of my Tears

Elvis Presley/Heartbreak Hotel

Bruce Cockburn/Lovers In A Dangerous Time

The Doors - Light My Fire

Bob Dylan & Jimi Hendrix/All Along The Watchtower 

The Clash/London Calling

Phil Spector and the Ronnettes/Be My Baby

Os Mutantes/Ando Meio Desligado

The Diamonds/Little Darlin

Captain Beefheart/Yellow Brick Road

Elton John/Bennie and the Jets

Hank Williams/Long Gone Lonesome Blues

R.E.M./What's the Frequency, Kenneth?

Tom Waits/Jockey Full of Bourbon

Neil Diamond/Sweet Caroline

The Who/Pinball Wizard

Buffalo Springfield/For What It's Worth

Five Man Electrical Band/Signs

Band Aid/Do They Know It's Christmas

John Lennon/Imagine

The Ugly Ducklings/Nothin

Bob Dylan/Tangled Up In Blue

The Beatles/Norwegian Wood

The Pursuit of Happiness/I'm An Adult Now

Bruce Springsteen/Born To Run

Arcade Fire/Wake Up

Gnarls Barkley/Crazy

Big Joe Turner/Shake Rattle and Roll

Martha and the Muffins/Echo Beach

Wilson Pickett/In The Midnight Hour

The Band/The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down

Fleetwood Mac/Go Your Own Way

The Animals/House of the Rising Sun

Ian and Sylvia/Four Strong Winds

James Brown/Please Please Please

John Cougar Mellencamp, 'Pink Houses'

Leonard Cohen/Suzanne

The Ramones/I Wanna Be Sedated

Blue Rodeo/Try

The Guess Who/American Woman

U2/I Still Have't Found What I'm Looking For

Janis Joplin/Me and Bobby McGee

Gordon Lightfoot "If You Could Read My Mind"

The Byrds "Eight Miles High"

Simon and Garfunkel "The Sound of Silence"

Bill Haley and his Comets "Rock Around The Clock"

The Velvet Underground "I'm Waiting For The Man"

Johnny Cash "Folsom Prison Blues"

Bobby Fuller "I Fought The Law"

Big Star "September Gurls"

The Hollies "Bus Stop"

Joy Division "Love Will Tear Us Apart"

Booker T and the MGs "Green Onions"

Jimi Hendrix "Hey Joe"

Neil Young "Rockin' in the Free World"

Dolly Parton "Jolene"

The Left Banke "Walk Away Renee"

Lou Reed "Walk On The Wild Side"

James Taylor "Fire And Rain"

The Clash "Should I Stay or Should I Go"

Marvin Gaye "Sexual Healing"

Radiohead "Paranoid Android"

M.I.A. "Paper Planes"

The Animals "We Gotta Get Out of this Place"

Dusty Springfield "Son of a Preacher Man"

Screamin' Jay Hawkins "I Put A Spell On You"

Cheap Trick "Surrender"

Mott The Hoople "All the Young Dudes"

Beach Boys "Sloop John B"

Amy Winehouse "Rehab"

New York Dolls "Personality Crisis"

Modern Lovers "Roadrunner"

George Jones "He Stopped Loving Her Today"

Bruce Springsteen "Born in the USA"

The Beatles "With A Little Help From My Friends"

Rolling Stones 'Miss You'

The Coasters 'Run Red Run'

Elvis Costello, 'Alison'

James Brown, 'Hot (I Need to be loved loved loved)'

Inner Circle, 'Tenement Yard'

Ray Charles, 'I Don't Need No Doctor'

Curtis Mayfield, 'Freddy's Dead'

Gang Starr, 'Beyond Comprehension'

Bo Diddley, 'Bo Diddley'

Aretha Franklin, 'Rocksteady'

CCR, 'Have You Ever Seen the Rain'

Howlin' Wolf, 'Smokestack Lightning'

Bobby Womack, 'Across 110th Street'

Roy Orbison, 'In Dreams'

Foggy Hogtown Boys, 'Man of Constant Sorrow'

Pink Floyd, 'Wish You Were Here'

Neil Young, 'Cortez The Killer'

Bob Dylan, 'Subterranean Homesick Blues'

Little Eva, 'Loco-Motion'

Elvis Costello, 'Watching the Detectives'

Jimmy Cliff, 'The Harder They Come'

The Verve, 'Bittersweet Symphony'

Roberta Flack, 'Killing Me Softly with his Song'

R.E.M., 'Radio Free Europe'

Radiohead, 'No Surprises'

Led Zeppelin, 'Ramble On'

Rolling Stones, 'Beast of Burden'

Glen Campbell, 'Wichita Lineman'

 

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Author: "Mark Wigmore"
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Date: Wednesday, 20 Aug 2014 12:00

Every week, Rich Terfry looks back in our Rear-view Mirror at a great song from the good ol’ days. This week, Stan Getz and "Girl From Ipanema."

In 1962, a group of renowned Brazilian musicians travelled to New York City to record an album of bossa nova songs under the direction of famed producer Creed Taylor.

LISTEN

Listen to Rich tell you the story behind "Girl From Ipanema"

One of those songs was written by Antonio Carlos Jobim about a 19 year-old girl he often saw walking through his neighborhood.

Taylor thought the song could be a hit, if only the vocal was in English. He asked if anyone in the room knew English well enough to sing a translation. None of the musicians did. However, guitarist Joao Gilberto's girlfriend Astrud, who made the trip so she could see New York City, did. She had no musical experience whatsoever, but Taylor coaxed her into the vocal booth.

Because her voice was untrained, simple and unpretentious, it was a perfect fit for the song. Everyone in the studio agreed that Astrud captured the spirit of the girl in the song perfectly. And Creed Taylor's hunch that the song could be a hit was right. When the song, "The Girl From Ipanema", was released, it shot to the top of the charts and a star was born.

The public fell in love with young Astrud's voice and she went on to become a recording star in her own right, releasing 16 albums between 1964 and 2002. "The Girl From Ipanema" sold over a million copies and won a Grammy Award.

Here's the song that turned a young woman on a sightseeing trip into an international recording star. This is "The Girl From Ipanema" featuring Astrud Gilberto on Rear View Mirror.

 

Here are some other great editions of Rear-view Mirror:

Norman Greenbaum/Spirit in the Sky

Elvis Presley/Blue Suede Shoes

Johnny Cash/Ring of Fire

The Kinks/You Really Got Me

The Beatles/Yesterday

Al Green/Let's Stay Together

Simon and Garfunkel/The Boxer

Smokey Robinson and the Miracles/Tracks of my Tears

Elvis Presley/Heartbreak Hotel

Bruce Cockburn/Lovers In A Dangerous Time

The Doors - Light My Fire

Bob Dylan & Jimi Hendrix/All Along The Watchtower 

The Clash/London Calling

Phil Spector and the Ronnettes/Be My Baby

Os Mutantes/Ando Meio Desligado

The Diamonds/Little Darlin

Captain Beefheart/Yellow Brick Road

Elton John/Bennie and the Jets

Hank Williams/Long Gone Lonesome Blues

R.E.M./What's the Frequency, Kenneth?

Tom Waits/Jockey Full of Bourbon

Neil Diamond/Sweet Caroline

The Who/Pinball Wizard

Buffalo Springfield/For What It's Worth

Five Man Electrical Band/Signs

Band Aid/Do They Know It's Christmas

John Lennon/Imagine

The Ugly Ducklings/Nothin

Bob Dylan/Tangled Up In Blue

The Beatles/Norwegian Wood

The Pursuit of Happiness/I'm An Adult Now

Bruce Springsteen/Born To Run

Arcade Fire/Wake Up

Gnarls Barkley/Crazy

Big Joe Turner/Shake Rattle and Roll

Martha and the Muffins/Echo Beach

Wilson Pickett/In The Midnight Hour

The Band/The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down

Fleetwood Mac/Go Your Own Way

The Animals/House of the Rising Sun

Ian and Sylvia/Four Strong Winds

James Brown/Please Please Please

John Cougar Mellencamp, 'Pink Houses'

Leonard Cohen/Suzanne

The Ramones/I Wanna Be Sedated

Blue Rodeo/Try

The Guess Who/American Woman

U2/I Still Have't Found What I'm Looking For

Janis Joplin/Me and Bobby McGee

Gordon Lightfoot "If You Could Read My Mind"

The Byrds "Eight Miles High"

Simon and Garfunkel "The Sound of Silence"

Bill Haley and his Comets "Rock Around The Clock"

The Velvet Underground "I'm Waiting For The Man"

Johnny Cash "Folsom Prison Blues"

Bobby Fuller "I Fought The Law"

Big Star "September Gurls"

The Hollies "Bus Stop"

Joy Division "Love Will Tear Us Apart"

Booker T and the MGs "Green Onions"

Jimi Hendrix "Hey Joe"

Neil Young "Rockin' in the Free World"

Dolly Parton "Jolene"

The Left Banke "Walk Away Renee"

Lou Reed "Walk On The Wild Side"

James Taylor "Fire And Rain"

The Clash "Should I Stay or Should I Go"

Marvin Gaye "Sexual Healing"

Radiohead "Paranoid Android"

M.I.A. "Paper Planes"

The Animals "We Gotta Get Out of this Place"

Dusty Springfield "Son of a Preacher Man"

Screamin' Jay Hawkins "I Put A Spell On You"

Cheap Trick "Surrender"

Mott The Hoople "All the Young Dudes"

Beach Boys "Sloop John B"

Amy Winehouse "Rehab"

New York Dolls "Personality Crisis"

Modern Lovers "Roadrunner"

George Jones "He Stopped Loving Her Today"

Bruce Springsteen "Born in the USA"

The Beatles "With A Little Help From My Friends"

Rolling Stones 'Miss You'

The Coasters 'Run Red Run'

Elvis Costello, 'Alison'

James Brown, 'Hot (I Need to be loved loved loved)'

Inner Circle, 'Tenement Yard'

Ray Charles, 'I Don't Need No Doctor'

Curtis Mayfield, 'Freddy's Dead'

Gang Starr, 'Beyond Comprehension'

Bo Diddley, 'Bo Diddley'

Aretha Franklin, 'Rocksteady'

CCR, 'Have You Ever Seen the Rain'

Howlin' Wolf, 'Smokestack Lightning'

Bobby Womack, 'Across 110th Street'

Roy Orbison, 'In Dreams'

Foggy Hogtown Boys, 'Man of Constant Sorrow'

Pink Floyd, 'Wish You Were Here'

Neil Young, 'Cortez The Killer'

Bob Dylan, 'Subterranean Homesick Blues'

Little Eva, 'Loco-Motion'

Elvis Costello, 'Watching the Detectives'

Jimmy Cliff, 'The Harder They Come'

The Verve, 'Bittersweet Symphony'

Roberta Flack, 'Killing Me Softly with his Song'

R.E.M., 'Radio Free Europe'

Radiohead, 'No Surprises'

Led Zeppelin, 'Ramble On'

Rolling Stones, 'Beast of Burden'

Glen Campbell, 'Wichita Lineman'

Author: "Mark Wigmore"
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Date: Wednesday, 20 Aug 2014 11:45

It’s hard to believe that next year marks the 20th anniversary of the Dears. The band, created by Murray Lightburn, got their start in 1995, recording their first album in 1998 with a $1000 budget, “a makeshift studio built of borrowed gear and a rented tape machine.” They defied the sophomore curse in 2003 with the acclaimed No Cities Left, an album leaving NME magazine to exclaim the Dears were “Probably the best new band in the world.”

Now, five albums in, the quintessential Montreal indie group has grown up, almost broke up, and thousands of air miles and hundreds of sweaty shows later, are still creating a passionate and soulful songs for fans worldwide. Last year Lightburn released his debut solo album, an electronic pop opera soundtrack called Mass:Light, and according to social media the Dears may be back in the studio.

So, what does Murray Lightburn listen to? Flip through the gallery to check out 7 songs he thinks you should hear. He’ll be on air to explain his picks and answer your questions this afternoon.

DO YOU HAVE A QUESTION FOR MURRAY LIGHTBURN OF THE DEARS?

Post your questions on the blog or tweet @CBCRadio3, he will be online to answer them at 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT.

Author: "Lana Gay"
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Date: Wednesday, 20 Aug 2014 10:00

The nominees for the CCMA Award for video of the year are an interesting lot. They're a crop harvested from Canada's most popular country performers, but the videos cover a range. There is romance, partying with your friends and great performances, but also noirish violence and fugitive living.

Take a look at the year's top Canadian country music videos, and make sure you check out the 2014 CCMA Awards live on CBC Television, Sept. 7 at 8 p.m. (8:30 NT).

'3-2-1,' Brett Kissel

This song is about a guy who brings his girlfriend home at bedtime and can't wait to see her again. The video, however, is about a guy who is burned alive by thugs in the employ of his girlfriend's viciously overprotective father while she is made to watch. Contrast! (You can't help but think the goons have made a horrible mistake by letting her run to the flaming car to try and free Kissel. If "trapped in a flaming car" is the punishment for dating, what must the punishment be for "exposure to flaming car"? Whatever it is would probably gross out Hannibal Lecter.) "3-2-1" is also weirdly similar to Justin Bieber's video, where he's beaten to a pulp by Michael Madsen.

'Bounty,' Dean Brody

This video also pulls a bit of a switcheroo on tone, but this time away from violence and toward fun in the sun. The bounty in question comes from the protagonist killing a man who tried to rape his girlfriend, which results in the killer and his girlfriend fleeing the country to start over in Mexico, where the bounty doesn't count (exchange rates, border crossings and tariffs being more hassle than your average bounty hunter is willing to put up with). This peppy number makes the whole affair sound like a rollicking good time.

'Duet,' Wes Mack feat. Carly McKillip

Star-crossed lovers are forced to overcome a violent intervention. (Do you sense a theme developing here?) This time it's just a boyfriend with a sleazy ponytail and his collar villainously popped. No fire or stabbing, just a muscle-y guy who doesn't like people hitting on his girlfriend, so Mack gets off pretty easy here. Which allows us to focus on the sneaky, homophonic title, artfully designed to slip past the puritanical censors of country radio. "I wanna duet duet duet all night long"? WE KNOW EXACTLY WHAT YOU'RE SUGGESTING, YOUNG MAN!

'Friends of Mine,' Jason Blaine

A bunch of friends enjoying each other's company? Get with the program, Blaine! Couldn't it at least end with a six-way Mexican standoff? The only hardship Blaine goes through is that he is disrespected in front of the cardboard cutouts of Canadian country stars Gord Bamford, Deric Ruttan, Chad Brownlee and Jason McCoy that he is hanging around with. The real singers make appearances and join him onstage and in his trailer to perform.

'Got a Feeling,' Tim Hicks feat. Blackjack Billy

This is a straight-forward performance video of another great song from Hicks. Watching some of the other videos in this category, you're kind of waiting for the other shoe to drop, but it's just singing, some sunset silhouettes and concert footage. Very safe.

'Take the Week Off,' Deric Ruttan

Well that's a nice change of pace: an attractive couple enjoying a romantic European getaway. Presumably, both sets of parents approve of this union.

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Author: "Mike Miner"
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Date: Wednesday, 20 Aug 2014 07:33

If you're a musician attending a Canadian college or university, read on! CBC Music is looking for this country's next big campus music act. We want to hear from solo artists, duos and groups from all genres. The deadline to enter is Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014, at 11:59 p.m. ET. 

Afraid to try? Know someone who should enter and want to give them a nudge? Fortunately for you, we've prepared the above list of compelling reasons to get involved with CBC Music's Rock Your Campus (including that $10,000 prize!).

Who's your favourite campus band? Post your suggestions on the blog or tweet @CBCRadio3

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Author: "Ann Lang"
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Date: Tuesday, 19 Aug 2014 22:20

As we previously reported, Montreal art-pop trio the Unicorns announced plans to reunite earlier this year, nine years after their break-up.

Along with grabbing an opening slot on five dates of Arcade Fire's current tour, they also reissued their classic 2003 release Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone? 

The reissue contains four bonus tracks, including a cover of Daniel Johnston's "Rocket Ship" and three previously unreleased tracks. You can listen to one of those unheard tracks, "Let Me Sleep," below.

Upcoming tour dates:
Aug. 22 – Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY*
Aug. 23 – Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY*
Aug. 24 – Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY*
Sept. 21 – Metropolis Theatre @ Pop Montreal, Montreal, QC

*w/Arcade Fire and Dan Deacon

Author: "Andrea Gin"
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