Audio & Video: D-Sisive drops new track, Woods & Wires films The Darcys at Steam Whistle brewery, covers from Metric and Crystal Castles, Jason Collett performs on Usessions, Terra Lightfoot offers free track in the Indie Exclusive, & more
Another jam packed edition of the Audio & Video roundup this week, including D-Sisive's new track "If I Live To See Tomorrow" and Terra Lightfoot offering up a free track in BlogTO's indie exclusive. In video, Woods & Wire filmed a beautiful session of the Darcys at Steam Whistle brewery, official video from Northern Primitive, Metric and Crystal Castles give the video treatment to a couple cover songs, Holy Fuck gets remixed, Jason Collett gets interviewed and performs on Usessions, and more!
• D-Sisive - "If I Live To See Tomorrow"
• BlogTO Indie Exclusive: Terra Lightfoot - "Lucid Dreams"
• The Darcys, A Live Film
• Northern Primitive - "Highway"
• Metric - "Expecting To Fly"
• Crystal Castles - "Not In Love"
• Holy Fuck - "Red Lights" (A Place to Bury Strangers Remix)
• New Country Rehab - "Cameo"
• Jason Collett: Usessions
• Interview: Jason Collett
The Darcys, A Live Film (via Woods & Wires)
Northern Primitive - "Highway" (official video)
Metric - "Expecting To Fly" (Buffalo Springfield cover)
Crystal Castles - "Not In Love" (Platinum Blonde cover)
Holy Fuck - "Red Lights" (A Place to Bury Strangers Remix)
New Country Rehab - "Cameo" (official video)
Jason Collett: Usessions (performing: "Bitch City", "My Daddy Was A Rock N' Roller" & "Black Diamond")
Interview: Jason Collett (via Undercover)
D-Sisive - "If I Live To See Tomorrow"
I recently discovered that Toronto rapper, D-Sisive, has one of the most entertaining Wikipedia pages out there. Honestly, check it out. Something else to check out is his new track "If I Live To See Tomorrow", which is a lyrical assault over a Sigur Rós track. [MP3]
BlogTO Indie Exclusive: Terra Lightfoot - "Lucid Dreams"
This week's indie exclusive comes from a very talented and busy woman, Terra Lightfoot, who has been slowly introducing herself to Toronto over this past year in her many different bands. I was originally introduced to Terra's music through mutual musician friends and I immediately got swept away. She embodies what a good singer-songwriter should be, but doesn't limit herself to your typical acoustic guitar and, in fact, she can rock out pretty hard. She's also apart of the band Dinner Belles and jams with numerous musicians, most recently as part of the Julie Fader Experience. Her song "Lucid Dreams" showcases her beautiful voice and romantic guitar playing quite well, and Terra has been kind enough to make it available for free to all the BlogTO readers. [MP3]
Lead photo of D-Sisive by thecomeupshow.
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