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Broken Social Scene have become something of a Canadian supergroup, having an association with Jason Collett, Leslie Feist, Stars and Metric among the many other projects undertaken by its loose collection of members. Still considered to be the main project of founders Kevin Drew and Brendan Canning, BSS continue to explore the often-overlooked musical spaces where genres never quite meet. There’s a modest indie-rock feel to the performances where everything blends together, but the songwriting aims for larger expanses, as the arena tumble of “World Sick” and “Forced to Love” make perfectly clear. “Sentimental X’s” features the work of Feist, and Metric’s Emily Haines and Stars’ Amy Millan for its softly pedaled charm. “Chase Scene” slips into prog-rock territory with its suspenseful keyboards and otherworldly vocal ensembles. “All to All” shifts towards a weightless female vocal and synth dancetrip. “Romance to the Grave” marks a similar trip through the galaxy. “Meet Me In the Basement” strips it down to pure instrumentalism and takes a pretty wild circus ride.


Formed: 1999 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Broken Social Scene materialized in 1999 when K.C. Accidental's Kevin Drew and Brendan Canning, formerly of By Divine Right, bonded their friendship by forming a band. They spent the next few years honing an atmospheric rock sound in their native Toronto, and the dynamic was great. Feel Good Lost marked their debut album in 2001 and introduced a revolving cast of Canadian indie musicians. Drew's fellow mate from Do Make Say Think, Charles Spearin, was added to the band, as well as Evan Cranley (Stars),...
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