Broken Social Scene
There is so much good music out today. So much.
Shouts out to the city of Toronto and the band Foreigner.
Both bands' respective new albums represent a symbolic yin and yang that showcase contrasting viewpoints on how to deal with the social and political downturn of today.
But whom is flushing the entertainers away?
Gritty documentaries, Canadian indie rock reunions, and a little bit of lighthearted TV, too.
"Skyline" is the third track from 'Hug of Thunder,' an album which will probably sound like a hug of thunder.
"What's most important is tonight we're here together, all of us."
What does a hug of thunder sound like, you ask? Well, something like this.
Apparently, Broken Social Scene and The Wu-Tang Clan aren't so different
The sorely missed Canadian troupe swelled to include Emily Haines and James Shaw of Metric, and Amy Millan and Evan Cranely of Stars.