Audio & Video: free mp3s from Andre Ethier & Clothes Make The Man, watch a full Boys Night out concert, BSS remixes, plus videos from Caribou, Bad Tits, Muneshine, The Balconies, Gramercy Riffs & Boys Who Say No

In this A/V round-up I feature new music videos from Caribou, Bad Tits and Muneshine; mp3s from The Oblivians, Andre Ethier and Clothes Make The Man; a video blog from The Balconies; four Broken Social Scene remixes; Gramercy Riffs recent Southern Souls sessions; live footage of Boys Who Say No; and a full video recording of Boys Night Out's show at the Opera House last October.

Audio

- Trade your name and email address for a free mp3 download of "Dreamless Nights" by Clothes Make The Man by visiting their myspace site.

- The latest edition of the Scion A/V Garage collection features new tracks from 90's garage rockers the Oblivians and former Deadly Snakes frontman Andre Ethier. You can stream both tracks below, or download the collection via mediafire.

- Stream a handful of remixes of Broken Social Scene's "All to All" at their official website.

Caribou - "Sun"
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Bad Tits - "No Skin"

Muneshine - "Heavy Hitters" ft. Fundament & D-Sisive
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The Balconies - Video Blog 1

Boys Who Say No - "Sane Ones" [Live]
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Gramercy Riffs - "Little One" [Southern Souls session]

Gramercy Riffs - "Come Home Darling" [Southern Souls session]

Boys Night Out - Live at the Opera House (Part 1)

Boys Night Out - Live at the Opera House (Part 2)

Boys Night Out - Live at the Opera House (Part 3)

Lead photo of the Balconies by Matthew McAndrew.


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