Whale Tooth

Audio & Video: Andre Charles Theriault, Whale Tooth, Fucked Up, PS I Love You, Caribou, Kae Sun, Metric, Gord Downie & more

Featured this week in my local audio and video round-up: a link to stream Fucked Up's "Year of the Ox"; a MP3 download of a track from PS I Love You's forthcoming debut album; André Charles Thériault's second Southern Souls session; two Whale Tooth videos recorded at their outdoor performance during day 3 of the NXNE picnic; a BrockTV interview with Dan Snaith (Caribou); Metric's performance on Leno; Kae Sun's video for "On the Lookout" and live footage of Gord Downie performing at Hillside this past weekend.

Audio

- Fucked Up's latest instalment in their annual Chinese-Zodiac-themed 12" series is called Year of the Ox, and you can stream the epic 13-minute A-side of the release over at Pitchfork. The track features Zola Jesus, and will be released by Merge Records on September 28 on 12" and as a digital download.

- Kingston duo PS I Love You will release their debut full-length Meet Me at The Muster Station on October 5 through Paper Bag Records. You can download the song "Butterflies and Bones" right here.

Southern Souls presents: André Charles Thériault - "Jokes on Me"

Whale Tooth - "Clever" [Live in Bellwoods NXNE picnic Day.03]

Whale Tooth - "Sleepwalking" [Live in Bellwoods NXNE picnic Day.03]

BrockTV - interview with Dan Snaith (Caribou)

Kae Sun - "On The Lookout"

Gord Downie & The Country of Miracles - "Yellow Days" (Live at Hillside Festival 2010)

Metric - "Eclipse (All Yours)" [Live on The Tonight Show, July 21]

Lead photo of Whale Tooth by Matthew McAndrew.


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