The Junction

Audio & Video: The Weakerthans, The Junction, Ohbijou, Tokyo Police Club, The Hoa Hoa's, D-Sisive

In this edition I feature new music downloads from Tokyo Police Club, Fucked Up and D-Sisive; the trailer for Caelum Vatnsdal's forthcoming film about The Weakerthans; Ohbijou's videoblogs from their tour of Asia; a Southern Souls session from The Junction; and videos of live performances by Broken Social Scene, Arkells, The Hoa Hoa's and ProF.

- RCRDLBL is hosting downloads of two versions of Tokyo Police Club's "Wait Up (Boots of Danger)" - the original version from the forthcoming album Champ and a remix of the single by Passion Pit.
- Courtesy of, you can download an MP3 of Fucked Up's "Here Lies Are," taken from their split 12" with Serena Maneesh.
- Stream "Ray Charles (Looking For A Star)" - the first track released from D-Sisive's forthcoming album Vaudeville, dropping June 22 through URBNET. Also available for download is D-Sisive's EP The Idiot: Hijacked - MP3s in ZIP.

- Check out a video of Broken Social Scene performing "Forced To Love" live at Sonic Boom Records - one of four independent record stores they played on Sunday May 9 in celebration of the release of their new album Forgiveness Rock Record.

"We're The Weakerthans, We're From Winnipeg" - Trailer

Q TV presents Arkells - "John Lennon"

Rehearsal Session With The Hoa Hoa's

Ohbijou's Videoblogs from their Asian tour - Japan / Taipei

ProF at Salon 21 - Celebrating Steve Reich

Southern Souls presents: The Junction - "Blue Sky" / "Pick Your Battles" / "Under the Night Sky"

Lead photo of The Junction at Winter City Fest by Osei (Ozzy), member of the BlogTO Flickr pool.

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