The Balconies Live Music Toronto

Audio & Video: Bad Tits, Great Lake Swimmers, The Balconies, Jane Siberry, D-Sisive & King Reign, The Sadies, Born Ruffians

This week's A/V round-up features a stream of Born Ruffians' new album Say It; MP3 downloads from D-Sisive and Professor Fingers; links to download Jane Siberry's entire back catalogue (16 albums in total); and videos from Bad Tits (Sebastien Grainger + Josh Reichmann), The Balconies, Great Lake Swimmers, Tokyo Police Club and The Sadies.

Audio
- The Real Frequency is hosting a free download of the first single from D-Sisive's forthcoming LP Vaudeville, due for release on June 22 through URBNET. The track is called "Ray Charles (Looking for a Star)" and features a guest appearance from King Reign.
- Eccentric singer-songwriter Jane Siberry is giving away her entire back catalogue for free on her official website - that's 16 albums in total, spanning from her self-titled release in 1981 to last year's With What Shall I Keep Warm?
- Stream Born Ruffians' sophomore effort Say It in full on their myspace page. The album is due for release on June 1, and you can pre-order the CD or digital download through Paper Bag Records.
- Head to bandcamp to download an mp3 of "Fragile Happiness" ft. simA, the second single from Professor Fingers' forthcoming debut album The Door - Lost World, dropping later this year through Otnorot Recordings.

In Studio: Great Lake Swimmers

Bad Tits (Sebastien Grainger & Josh Reichmann) - "Bankok Hilton"

Tokyo Police Club - "Breakneck Speed"

Southern Souls presents The Balconies - "Ghost Fever"

D-Sisive - West Coast vs. Blow "The Marijuana Years"

The Sadies - "Postcards"

Lead photo: 'The Balconies @ Criminal Records. Canadian Music Week" by tcp909, member of the BlogTO Flickr pool.


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