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Audio & Video: Broken Social Scene perform live in New York, new videos from the Arkells and the Rural Alberta Advantage, Tokyo Police Club, Pete Vandyk montage, The Wilderness offer up free download, and Refused get covered by the Rhythm Section

This week's Audio & Video roundup definitely showcases quality over quantity, as I feature the full two hour concert of Broken Social Scene live at Terminal 5 in New York, official videos from the Arkells and the Rural Alberta Advantage, Tokyo Police Club performing "Wait Up," and a Pete Vandyk montage from his recent show in Guelph. The Wilderness help out the Audio section with the first track off their album .272, and the Rhythm Section over "New Noise" by Refused in Toronto Live.

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The Wilderness - "Systems"
Garnering more and more attention with their recent release .272 and their acclaimed live show, The Wilderness are playing a handful of gigs in Ontario and Quebec to finish off the first month of the new year. They also offered up their track "Systems" for free download via Exclaim! [MP3]

Video
Broken Social Scene Live @ Terminal 5 (Full Show)

Arkells - "John Lennon" (official video)

The Rural Alberta Advantage - "Stamp" (official video)

Tokyo Police Club - "Wait Up (Boots of Danger)"

Pete Vandyk - "Forty Proof"

Toronto Live
The Rhythm Section - "New Noise" (Refused Cover)

Lead photo of Broken Social Scene by mattbraga, member of the blogTO Flickr Pool


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