Category: Classic Rock

  1. Fenrishakar Reply
    Brendan Canning's first solo effort- \and the second release in the Broken Social Scene Presents series (Kevin Drew's Spirit If, being the first). Canning is a prolific songwriter and founding member of the indie rock collective. The new album, aptly titled, SOMETHING FOR ALL OF US, is a truly genre- ambiguous, progressive work.
  2. Nakazahn Reply
    Brendan Canning follows in the footsteps of fellow Broken Social Scenester Kevin Drew, releasing a solo album outside the crowded BSS rehearsal room. Apparently, most of Something For All Of Us was written and recorded with Canning's next-door neighbours, but it seems he can't quite leave the dayjob behind: certain colleagues - such as Jimmy Shaw, Lisa Lobsinger, drummer Justin Peroff and the.
  3. Zolole Reply
    Apr 06,  · Song Hit The Wall; Artist Broken Social Scene Presents: Brendan Canning; Album Something For All Of Us Licensed to YouTube by [Merlin] FUGA Aggregation (on behalf of Arts & Crafts Productions.
  4. Goltiktilar Reply
    Watch the video for Hit The Wall from Broken Social Scene Presents: Brendan Canning's Something For All Of Us for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  5. Vigor Reply
    Jul 18,  · Something is a Broken Social Scene Presents release, and the group does do a good job showing off and helping along Canning: from the cover, which cartoonishly features Drew, Peroff, and /5.
  6. Taukinos Reply
    May 07,  · BRENDAN CANNING – SOMETHING FOR ALL OF US (Arts + Crafts; July 22nd) This summer, we’re thrilled to present you with the next installment of the Broken Social Scene Presents series- an incredible.
  7. Arashile Reply
    Condition:New, MADE IN JAPAN. Disc-2 DVD. Hit the Wall (video clip). Love Is New. EPK · From The low-side of. Snowballs And Icicles. Secrerary's Parties. Take Care, Look mmanhepalvepenswafiwinwoodsstononas.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  8. Tekus Reply
    Something For All Of Us is right, this album is easy listening of the highest order- further proof that Broken Social Scene are slipping increasingly away from shiny, clangy, epically breezy and anthemic indie-pop and towards, er, well nothing really. Far less distinct music. Kevin Drew's album had its moments but was hardly what one might consider a record you're going to want to play a lot.