Zeus Bonfire Ball

Audio & Video: Born Ruffians, Jason Collett, Daniel Romano, Teenage Kicks, Forest City Lovers, Metz, The Darcys, Zeus, & more

In this edition I feature audio content from The Darcys, Shad, Forest City Lovers and Daniel Romano; Take Away Shows from Zeus and Jason Collett; Southern Souls sessions from Teenage Kicks and Rival Boys; Woods & Wires feature on Daniel, Fred & Julie; new music vids from Born Ruffians, Holy Fuck and Circle Research; and a live video of Metz performing at Sonic Boom for RSD 2010.

Audio / MP3 Downloads
- Trade your email address for a digital copy of The Darcys new 7" single "The House Built Around Your Voice" at their official website
- Both Spinner and Exclaim! are currently hosting streams of the forthcoming Shad album TSOL, due for release on May 25.
- Daniel Romano's solo-ish endeavour Workin' For the Music Man will be released on June 1 through You've Changed Records, and you can download the first single "A Losing Song" for free - MP3.
- Forest City Lovers will release their new album Carriage on June 29 through Out of This Spark. Download the lead single "Light You Up" here - MP3.

Holy Fuck - "Latin America"

Born Ruffians - "What to Say"

Woods & Wires Series: Daniel, Fred & Julie

La Blogotheque Take Away Shows: Jason Collett - "No Redemption Song"

La Blogotheque Take Away Shows: Zeus - "Please Don't Go" & "Greater Times On the Wayside" / "Fever of the Time"

Southern Souls presents Teenage Kicks - "Human Wrecking Ball" & "Insignificant Heartbeat"

Metz - Live at Sonic Boom Records

Circle Research - "You Don't Know Me"

Southern Souls presents Rival Boys - "Lonely Heart" & "Sober & Single"

Lead photo taken by Tom Cochrane during the Bonfire Ball show at Lee's Palace, on the opening night of CMW 2010.


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