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#VOTD: Villagers – “Nothing Arrived”

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December 11, 2012
Villagers - Awayland album artwork

Ireland’s Villagers have released a new live session recording of their new single “Nothing Arrived”. Check out the new video for “Nothing Arrived” below – (so hot, that at time of me posting this, it is still unlisted on Youtube with just 74 views!)  “Nothing Arrived” is taken from Villagers forthcoming second album...
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#VOTD: The Box Tiger – “Set Fire To Your Friends”

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December 5, 2012
Sonia Sturino of The Box Tiger at El Mocambo, Toronto, 27 November 2010 - photo by Brian Banks, Music Vice, All Rights Reserved

Toronto band The Box Tiger debut their new video “Set Fire To Your Friends” today. In the video, the band play a spot of croquet, with the band’s lead singer Sonia Sturino having particularly killer form… literally… as she snuffs out her band mates. “It’s loosely based off the 1988 film...
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Video: Japandroids at Lee’s Palace, live HD – #VOTD

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June 27, 2012
Japandroids at Lee's Palace, 23 June 2012 - photo Brian Banks, Music Vice

The Gig: Japandroids Where: Lee’s Palace, Toronto, Canada When: 23 June 2012 In One Word: Blistering Last Saturday night, Vancouver duo Japandroids played a blistering set at a sold-out show at Lee’s Palace. I spoke with Brian King before the show, and an in-depth interview from our conversation is coming soon...
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#VOTD: Radiohead – “Lucky” – Toronto set times/notes

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June 16, 2012
Radiohead

15 years ago today, Radiohead released OK Computer. Tonight Radiohead play at Downview Park. It’s gonna be a glorious day, Toronto… * Doors 5pm Caribou 7.30 pm Radiohead 8.30 pm Getting to Downsview Park: There will be ample paid parking spaces available at Downsview Park plus free parking at Downsview, Wilson...
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#VOTD: Bad Religion – “American Jesus”

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June 12, 2012
#VOTD: Bad Religion – “American Jesus”

Bad Religion play NXNE 2012 in Toronto this week. Catch them at Yonge-Dundas Square at 9pm for a free show in the heart of Toronto’s downtown core. #VOTD 12/06/12: Bad Religion – “American Jesus”: © Brian Banks, Editor, Music Vice Internet link: Bad Religion Share and discuss using the links below....
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#VOTD: Young Magic – “Sparkly”

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June 11, 2012
Young Magic - Melt

Brooklyn, New York City based boy-boy-girl band Young Magic released their debut full-length Melt earlier this year. “Sparkly” is the opening track to Melt, and the video, with it’s time-lapse photography of stratocomulus clouds, is the perfect introduction to the  electric haze mind-melt vibe of Young Magic. Go chase come clouds…...
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#VOTD: Oberhofer – “Homebro”

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June 10, 2012
Oberhofer - Time Capsules II

Oberhofer are a band from Brooklyn, New York. Their debut album Time Capsules II dropped at the end of March – we gave it a ‘bright’ review here. “Homebro” is the closing track on that album: the band perform the song live in this fab little video, today’s #VOTD. If you...
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#VOTD: Michael Kiwanuka – “Home Again”

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June 9, 2012
Michael Kiwanuka

“Home Again” is the title track from London based singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka’s debut album, released in March this year. A soul powerhouse, Michael Kiwanuka has been tipped by many people – including our recent Industry Insider interviewee Ollie Russian – as an artist to look out for in 2012. Kiwanuka plays...
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#VOTD: Daniel Pearson – “Waves In The Sea”

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June 8, 2012
Daniel Pearson

“Waves In The Sea” is an album track from Satellites, the debut album from UK singer-songwriter Daniel Pearson. Satellites will be Pearson’s debut Canadian release and is set for release in July this summer. Daniel Pearson has supported Mumford & Sons, Michael Kiwanuka, Wild Beasts, Caitlin Rose and Rooney. His song...
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#VOTD: Sponsored Video – James Franco is preggers? Someone call the Fact Checking Unit

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June 7, 2012
Eight and a Half - Scissors album artwork

It’s important to check your facts. As the editor of an online music magazine, I know this as well as anyone. Every concert review, interview and feature you read on Music Vice is checked and edited by me before it goes life. The smallest mistake or incorrect fact can cause problem....
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