28 September 2009

SOCAN Survey Sunday

SOCAN is handing out "cash money dollars" to the Canadian artists played from September 27-29, so we chose really short songs from all of the Canucks in the list in order to milk as much dough as possible.

Also, FM-Phasis is on until October 2, so open your hearts and your wallets to Saskatoon's best radio station. Make a pledge to Thrice Removed (or any old show on CFCR) and experience the rush of extreme happiness and well-being that can only be achieved by donating to community radio.

Local Rabbits - Intro (You Can't Touch This, 1996)
Ladyhawk - S.T.H.D. (Shots, 2008)
The Warbrides - Living for Today (Lions, 2009, local!)

RANDOM 45 - Furnaceface - The Most Beautiful Girl in the World (Overcome 7", 1995)

The Sheepdogs - Good Girls (The Breaks EP, 2006, local!)*
Junior Pantherz - Be Proud of JPZ (Rejoice, Remain, 2007, local!)

Slow Down, Molasses - For Now, I Will Sleep... (I'm An Old Believer, 2008, local!)**
Joel Plaskett - Absentminded Melody (La De Da, 2005)

The Super Friendz - Absurd Without It (Slide Show, 1996)
The Waking Eyes - Watch Your Money (Video Sound, 2004)

Cut Copy - Strangers in the Wind (In Ghost Colours, 2008, for Tom)

Shotgun Jimmie - Warbler Song (The Onlys, 2007)
Ride Til Dawn - Golden Years (Hearts of Worlds Forgotten, 2009, local!)

Elliott Brood - T-Bill (Mountain Meadows, 2008)
The Novaks - Cold & Lonely (Things Fall Apart, 2009)

Carbon Dating Service - Sea Moose (Polyentendrii, 2007, local!)



*The Sheepdogs are currently touring out east. If you are from Out East, and you somehow accidentally stumbled upon this weblog, please do go see a Sheepdogs show, especially if you enjoy evenings filled with good, old-fashioned rock and roll. The rest of us will have to make do with the new tunes up on their MySpace page.

**ALSO, Slow Down, Molasses have been picked to play at the Halifax Pop Explosion this year, help from October 20-24. In Halifax. Congratulations! Check them out before they leave town on October 8th at Amigos.

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