Julie Fader Live Toronto

Audio & Video: Julie Fader, Broken Social Scene, Gentleman Reg, Gravity Wave, Shad, Caribou, Prof, Metric, Four Corners footage & more

In this weeks a/v round-up I feature a new music video and live footage of Broken Social Scene; Southern Souls sessions with Julie Fader and Gentleman Reg; a link to stream "HGSAS" by Gravity Wave; Pro~Ef's latest soundcloud mix; The Untold City's live footage of the Four Corners show; live HD video of Caribou; a behind the scenes look at Metric's "Eclipse" video; and a brief interview with Shad about the upcoming US release of his Polaris short-listed album TSOL.

Audio
- Chart Attack recently posted a stream of "HGSAS" (standing for high school girls are sluts), the closing track from Gravity Wave's album Gambol. Check it out here.

- Pro~Ef (aka ProF, Professor Fingers) has released the Brown Out Mix for free stream or download. He describes it as a downtempo mix of jazz and hip hop "made to cool you down in the sizzling summer." Check it out via soundcloud.

Southern Souls presents: Julie Fader & Graham Walsh - "Flights"

Southern Souls presents: Julie Fader - "Goodbye Before Hello"

Broken Social Scene - "Forced To Love"

- Broken Social Scene were also featured in the POV concert series, which you stream over at Pitchfork.

The Untold City presents: Four Corners Show at Steelworkers Hall

Shad - Interview about the US release of TSOL

Caribou - "Odessa" (Live at Heaven) [HD]

Southern Souls presents: Gentleman Reg - "To Some It Comes Easy"

Southern Souls presents: Gentleman Reg - "We're In a Thunderstorm"

Metric - Behind the Scenes of the "Eclipse" Video

Lead photo of Julie Fader taken by Matthew McAndrew at the El Mocambo in January 2010.


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