1. Evan Cranley

    Evan Cranley

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  2. Chart Beat Meet & Greet: Stars

    October 23, 2012 1:30 PM EDT 0 0 0 How the band turned its love of pop music - that 'silly little art form' - into its highest-charting album yet. "The album's not about anything specific. We just tried to make a record that had great songs on it." Before Sta ...

  3. Apostle Of Hustle Readies Its Own 'Anthem'

    January 17, 2007 12:00 AM EST 0 0 0 Broken Social Scene side project Apostle Of Hustle will release its second album, "National Anthem of Nowhere," March 6 via Arts and Crafts. Broken Social Scene side project Apostle Of Hustle will release its second album, "National A ...

  4. Haines Sharpens 'Knives' For Solo Debut

    September 01, 2006 12:00 AM EDT 0 0 0 Metric lead singer Emily Haines will release her first solo album, "Knives Don't Have Your Back," Sept. 26 via Last Gang Records. Metric lead singer Emily Haines will release her first solo album, "Knives Don't Have Your Bac ...

  5. New Broken Social Scene: More Horns, More Canadians

    August 04, 2005 12:00 AM EDT 0 0 0 Expect more horns and more Canadians on Broken Social Scene's highly anticipated new album, which was originally dubbed "Windsurfing Nation" but will now be a self-titled affair. The set is due Oct. 4 Expect more horns and more Canadi ...

  6. Hot Product

    March 06, 2005 12:00 AM EST 0 0 0 Stars ’Fire’ In The Night Canadian rock act Stars spent the early part of 2004 in the small Quebec town of North Hatley, north of Montreal. During that time, the quintet led by singers Torquil Campbell and Amy Millan wrote, worked, played, ate, tobo ...

  7. Stars 'Fire' Up Their Sound On New Album

    March 01, 2005 12:00 AM EST 0 0 0 Canadian rock act Stars spent the early part of 2004 in the small Quebec town of North Hatley, north of Montreal. During that time, the quintet led by singers Torquil Campbell and Amy Millan wrote, wo Canadian rock act Stars spent the early part of ...

  8. Broken Social Scene, Stars Plan Japan Tour

    December 20, 2004 12:00 AM EST 0 0 0 Although details are still being nailed down, Broken Social Scene, the Dears, Death From Above 1979 and Stars will embark on a Japanese tour in May. Although details are still being nailed down, Broken Social Scene, the Dears, Death From Above 1979 ...