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December 16th, 2014
You’d think artists would be preparing for the holidays by taking a hard-earned break, but nope, it seems busier than ever in the music world. This week just started and we’ve already received a ton of new music and videos from some of our fave artists so take a look below and see what goodies […]
May 8th, 2013
Singer-songwriter Serena Ryder made a triumphant return with “Stompa”, off of her first album in four years, Harmony. The song, which was released late last year, is still burning up the charts and Toronto indie-rockers The Darcys have released their own remix of this hit. “Stompa is a really infectious song,” the band explains. “We […]
January 24th, 2012
Steely Dan anyone? No? Well, Toronto’s The Darcys have covered, or shall we say reworked, the jazz-rock legends’ classic 1977 album in its entirety. They did such a great job of it too, that you’ll start begging your dad to lend you his worn LP of the original. Much like their self-titled album from Novemberm […]
December 23rd, 2011
For the week of December 22, Damian starts to countdown the top 20 videos of 2011. The Wedge featured videos from M83, Battles ft. Matias Aguayo, Yelle, Foster the People, Beastie Boys, Rich Aucoin, Chromeo, The Darcys, Lana Del Rey, Cults, and Best Coast. Tune in next Thursday at 2am ET to see who made […]
December 8th, 2011
For the week of December 8, The Wedge featured videos from The Jezabels, Frank Ocean, The Darcys, Moving Mountains, Stepkids, Blood Orange, Friends, The Black Keys, Seventeen Evergreen, MENEW, Emmy the Great & Tim Wheeler, and The Pogues. The Jezabels Trycolour Dine Alone/Universal Director: Sam Kristofski Frank Ocean Swim Good Universal Director: Nabil The Darcys […]
Tags: Blood Orange, Emmy the Great & Tim Wheeler, Frank Ocean, Friends, MENEW, Moving Mountains, Seventeen Evergreen, Stepkids, The Black Keys, The Darcys, The Jezabels, The Pogues
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December 5th, 2011
No one really wants to see the world come to an end, but in many ways “Don’t Bleed Me” is something a lot of Canadians outside of the T-Dot will revel in. Toronto band The Darcys provide the soundtrack to the end of days, beginning with their hometown, and yep, the CN Tower eats in […]