The Meligrove Band Toronto Live

Audio & Video: Caribou remixes Hot Chip, D-Sisive Loves A Girl, Attack of The Meligrove Band, plus videos from Boys Who Say No, Woodhands, Isla Craig, The Elwins, Bellewoods & Ivy Mairi

In this week's audio and video round-up I feature Caribou's killer remix of "Brothers" by Hot Chip; MP3 downloads from The Meligrove Band and D-Sisive; Southern Souls sessions featuring The Elwins, Isla Craig and Ivy Mairi; and video footage of Boys Who Say No, Bellewoods and Woodhands.

Audio

- D-Sisive has offered up "I Love a Girl" (taken from his most recent LP Vaudeville) for you to stream below, or download for free via URBNET.

- Head to Stereogum to stream the Caribou remix of Hot Chip's track "Brothers," taken from their forthcoming We Have Remixes EP.

- The Meligrove Band's new LP Shimmering Lights isn't due for release until September 21, but you can download the song "Bones Attack!!!" for free right now (MP3 - right click, save as). Still hungry for more? The band will be releasing a limited edition 7" for "Halflight" on September 7, backed by a cover of DD/MM/YYYY's "Super VGF". You can pre-order their forthcoming translucent teal 7" through Nevado Records (immediate mp3 downloads included), or purchase the tracks digitally through iTunes.

- Spinner recently went go-karting with Woodhands - check out some video footage of the fun here.

Isla Craig- "Birds in Flight" (Southern Souls session)

The Elwins - "Propinquity" (Southern Souls session)

Boys Who Say No - "Small Town Girls"

Live in Bellwoods 13: Bellewoods - "Don't Rely On Me"

Ivy Mairi - "Something of Love" (Southern Souls session)

Lead photo of The Meligrove Band by Matthew McAndrew.


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