(31) Days of Good: Day 22

Canadian musical collective, Broken Social Scene, were back this year with their latest, Forgiveness Rock Record.

The album features guest appearances by Feist, Emily Haines (Metric), Spiral Stairs (Pavement), and Sebastien Grainger (Death from Above 1979), and also marks the first time Amy Shaw, Haines, and Feist have been recorded on the same song (Sentimental X’s). My favorite track from the record (right now) is All to All, which iTunes describes as a weightless female vocal and synth dancetrip.

Broken Social Scene – All to All

More Broken Social Scene here.

Purchase Forgiveness Rock Record on iTunes.

Casiokids is a Norwegian electro-pop ensemble from Bergen, formed in 2005. NME described the band as “the best thing to come out of Norway since black metal” and have been compared to fellow Norwegian artists The Whitest Boy Alive, Royksopp, and Annie.




2010 saw the release of Topp stemning på lokal bar, which included the hit single Fot i hose. While Fot i hose is a great track, my favorite track from the album is most definitely Finn bikkjen!

Casiokids – Finn bikkjen!

More Casiokids here.

Purchase Topp stemning på lokal bar on iTunes.

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