Tuesday, June 22, 2010


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Metric is a Canadian indie rock and New Wave band. Originally formed in Toronto, the band has also, at various times been based in Montreal, London, New York City and Los Angeles.

The band consists of vocalist Emily Haines (who also plays the synthesizer and guitar), guitarist James Shaw (who also plays the theremin), bassist Josh Winstead and drummer Joules Scott-Key. Their first full-length album, Old World Underground, Where Are You Now?, was released in 2003 and earned a Juno Award nomination for Best Alternative Album. Live It Out was released on October 4, 2005 and was nominated for the 2006 Polaris Music Prize for the Canadian Album of The Year and once again the Juno Award nomination for Best Alternative Album.

The first album the band recorded, Grow Up and Blow Away, was finally released on June 26, 2007 by Last Gang Records. The album was originally recorded for Rykodisc Records early in the band's career; however, it was not released at the time, due to internal changes at the company.

Haines and Shaw also perform with Broken Social Scene, and Haines has been a guest on albums by Stars, KC Accidental, The Stills, and Jason Collett. Scott-Key and Winstead have their own side project, Bang Lime, and Haines has released a solo album and companion EP, Knives Don't Have Your Back and What Is Free to a Good Home?, respectively, under the name Emily Haines and the Soft Skeleton.

Their fourth studio album Fantasies (previously scheduled for an April 14 release) was released in Canada and the United States on April 7, 2009.[1] It was shortlisted for the 2009 Polaris Music Prize for Canadian Album of the Year, and won the Alternative Album of the Year at the 2010 Juno Awards, as well as Group of the Year.

Their best songs

Metric - Dead Disco

Metric - The Police and The Private (live at Metropolis)

Metric - Gimme Sympathy

Metric - Help I'm Alive (acoustic)

Metric - Twilight (live on Myspace)


Monday, June 21, 2010

Tokyo Police Club

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Tokyo Police Club is a Canadian indie rock band from Newmarket, Ontario, consisting of singer and bassist Dave Monks, keyboardist Graham Wright, guitarist Josh Hook, and drummer Greg Alsop.

Their Best Songs

Tokyo Police Club - Nature of the Experiment

Tokyo Police Club - Cheer It On

Tokyo Police Club - Your English is Good

Tokyo Police Club - Tessellate

Tokyo Police Club - In A Cave

Well, enjoy!!

Friday, June 18, 2010


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Hadouken! are an English new rave band. They originally formed in Leeds, West Yorkshire after James Smith and Daniel "Pilau" Rice met at the University of Leeds. It was here they began their own record label, Surface Noise Records. After forming the label, Smith began writing and demoing the first Hadouken! tracks. In February 2007, Hadouken! self-released a two song limited edition vinyl, a double-a side of "That Boy That Girl" and "Tuning In". The former gained popularity after the video made it to number one in MTV Two's NME Chart.

their best song

Hadouken! - Crank It Up

Hadouken - That Boy That Girl.

Hadouken - Get Smash Gate Crash

This song from their new album 'For The Masses'

Hadouken - Turn Lights Out

Hadouken! - Mic Check

The Big Pink

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The Big Pink are an electro-rock duo from London, England, comprising multi-instrumentalists Robbie Furze and Milo Cordell. The duo signed to the 4AD label in 2009, and won the prestigious NME Philip Hall Radar Award for best new act. To date, they have released five singles, with their debut album A Brief History of Love released in September 2009.

Couple of their best song

The Big Pink - Dominos

The Big Pink - Tonight

The Big Pink - Too Young to Love

Well, enjoy...

Wednesday, June 16, 2010


hello guys, these blog will provide you with a lots of song. Most of song are electro song. These blog are made to share with you guys. hey guys, im new here so gimme some support, Okeh. This is my first song that i would like to share, enjoy.

Metronomy - On The Motorway
This video is made by Jul & Mat)