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Audio & Video: Motorhead live in Toronto, new tracks from Dinosaur Bones and The Bravest Ghost, Audio Blood's CMW Mixtape, Caribou's new video, Heartbeat Hotel on Southern Souls

The Audio & Video is weekly roundup of Toronto's Audio & Video, focusing on the latest MP3 downloads, album releases, audio streams, music videos, specialty sessions, live performances, interviews, exclusive content and more from the cities vibrant music scene and artists all around the GTA.

Featured Audio
• Dinosaur Bones - "Point of Pride"
• Audio Blood's CMW Mixtape
• The Bravest Ghost - "Soul to Sell"

Featured Video
• Caribou - "Jamelia"
• Heartbeat Hotel - "Fins of a Shark"
• Toronto Live: Motörhead - "We Are Motörhead"

Video

Caribou - "Jamelia"

Heartbeat Hotel - "Fins of a Shark" (a Southern Souls session)

Audio

Dinosaur Bones - "Point of Pride"
Toronto indie rocker's Dinosaur Bones are a week away from releasing their latest LP, My Divider, via Dine Alone Records. In preparation for the full-length, the band offered up a special sneak peek to Exclaim!, making their track, "Point Of Pride," available for stream on the magazine's SoundCloud account.
Dinosaur Bones - Point of Pride by Exclaim!

Audio Blood's CMW Mixtape
Canadian Music Week is about ready to take over the city and along with it comes band showcases, one of which will feature the roster of the Toronto-based Audio Blood, who have released a special CMW mixtape featuring , available for download on their website, to go along with their Sneaky Dee's showcase on March 10. [DOWNLOAD]

The Bravest Ghost - "Soul to Sell"
Sean Craib-Petkau, aka The Bravest Ghost, has released a brand new track via SoundCloud called "Soul to Sell," a stellar track that continues the young singer-songwriter's rise in the Ontario folk revival.
Soul to Sell by TheBravestGhost

Toronto Live

Motörhead - "We Are Motörhead" (Kool Haus, 02/26/11)

Lead photo by Ryan O. on Flickr.


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