Posts Tagged ‘ Broken Social Scene ’

Sketches from Arts & Crafts Field Trip

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June 11, 2013
Field Trip sketchbook Feist by Natascha Malta, MusicVice.com

Field Trip, the 10th anniversary bash thrown by Toronto record label Arts & Crafts was a huge success. It was probably the best run music festival we’ve ever seen in Toronto. Music Vice contributor...
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Toronto had a field day at Arts & Crafts Field Trip

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June 11, 2013
Broken Social Scene at Field Trip - photo Brian Banks, Music Vice

What: Field Trip music festival Where: Fort York Garrison, Toronto When: Saturday 8 June, 2013 In One Word™: Celebration If you missed last weekend’s Field Trip music fest by Arts...
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Field Trip! Broken Social Scene will return for one night at Arts & Crafts anniversary festival

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January 14, 2013
Arts & Crafts Field Trip poster

Anyone down for a Field Trip? Canada’s biggest independent record label Arts & Crafts turns 10 this year, and to celebrate Broken Social Scene will...
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Album review: Eight and a Half – Scissors

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April 25, 2012
Eight and a Half - Scissors album artwork

Title: Scissors Artist: Eight and a Half Label: Arts & Crafts Released: 12 April 2012 In one word: Clarifying Eight and a Half equals Justin Peroff (Broken Social Scene’s drummer) plus Dave Hamelin...
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Album Review: Broken Social Scene – Forgiveness Rock Record (Polaris Prize nominee)

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September 16, 2010
Forgiveness Rock Record drawing by Natascha Malta, Music Vice

(Illustration by Natascha Malta) Title: Forgiveness Rock Record Artist: Broken Social Scene Label: Arts & Crafts Released: 4 May 2010 In one word: Expansive It’s hard not to associate...
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Editorial Pissings #2 – NXNE footie player news and my training progress… Impossible Is Nothing

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May 27, 2010
Editorial Pissings #2 – NXNE footie player news and my training progress… Impossible Is Nothing

NXNE Football – Player details announced… ‘The Rockers’ take on ‘The World’ Details have been announced today of the players competing at the Right To Play...
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