G20 protest music

Audio & Video: Broken Social Scene's G20 inspired video, Grey Kingdom, Siskiyou, Owen Pallett, Caribou, Kamau, The Ghost is Dancing, Tokyo Police Club, Zeus, Provincial Parks & more

In this week's A/V round-up I feature a G20-inspired fan video for "Meet Me In The Basement" by Broken Social Scene; an MP3 download from Great Lake Swimmers side-project Siskiyou; some info on Spencer Burton's latest endeavour Grey Kingdom; music videos from Kamau & Shad and K-OS; and live video footage of Caribou, Tokyo Police Club, Owen Pallett, Provincial Parks, The Ghost is Dancing and Zeus.

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- In yet another example of just how prolific the members of Welland's Attack in Black are, Dine Alone Records will release the self-titled debut EP from Spencer Burton's new project Grey Kingdom on August 31. A few tracks are up for streaming on Grey Kingdom's myspace.

- On September 7, Constellation Records will release the self-titled debut LP from Siskiyou, a Great Lake Swimmers side project featuring former drummer Colin Hubert and current guitarist Erik Arnesen. Trade your email for an mp3 of "This Land" using the widget below, and head to Siskiyou's site if you want to pre-order the album.









Broken Social Scene - "Meet Me In The Basement"

Southern Souls presents: Owen Pallett Live at the Dakota Tavern - "Lewis Takes Action"

K-OS - "Zambony"

Caribou - "Barnowl" Live at Cat's Cradle in Carrboro, NC

Provincial Parks - "In the Ashes"

Ian Kamau / Shad - "Outro"

The Untold City presents: The Ghost is Dancing at the Velvet Underground

Zeus Interview on Side B - Sweet Sounds of the '70s

Lead photo: "G20 Toronto: Musicians" by michelledrewapicture, member of the BlogTO Flickr Pool.


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