It’s Monday and hopefully your weekend was as good as ours! We also hope you’ve been enjoying the recent swell of content here at TWM. Today we’ve got some more news for you to check out:
Just in time for their recent resurgence, Halifax indie band Plumtree are releasing a best-of record. It contains songs like In The Sink, Racing Gloves, and an early version of Scott Pilgrim.
Cee-Lo Green talked to Urlesque about his viral hit song and video “Fuck You.” I need one of those t-shirts.
I think we were just having fun. We didn’t take the song or ourselves too seriously. We just put it out there as a flare; a first impression to set the bar in terms of what to expect from me in the future. It wasn’t meant for radio.
The internet is aflutter with people talking about the new Arcade Fire interactive music video. Have you seen/experienced it yet?
The Manifesto Festival in Toronto, running September 20 to 26, will feature Saukrates, D-Sisive and Masia One, among others.
Google is looking for an exec to lead their as-yet-unveiled music service.
Haitian-Canadian singer Luck Mervil is on leave from his music career in order to devote his efforts to helping in Haiti.
Ashes will be busking for change for War Child on September 21.