Feist to Release ‘Reminder’ Documentary

fiestFeist may not be ready to debut some new music, but she is ready debut a new project.

With her latest album, 2007’s The Reminder, Feist had chronicled every single step of the recording process and the following tour. The result is the documentary Look at What the Light Did Now directed by Anthony Seck.

Look at What the Light Did Now will be premiered at Pop Montreal, September 29, followed by other screenings in October. Check out the trailer here.

Screening Dates:
Sun, Oct 3rd, 2:00 pm London, UK Raindance Picadilly Circus Cinema

Thu, Oct 7th, 7:00 pm, Minneapolis, MN, Sound Unseen Festival The Trylon Theatre

Sat, Oct 9th, 8:00 pm, Grand Rapids, MI, ArtPrize Ladies Literary Club

Fri, Oct 15th, 8:00 pm, Los Angeles, CA Look At What The Light Did Now, The Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever Cemetery

Fri, Oct 22nd, 9:30 pm, Ithaca, NY, Cornell Cinema

Fri, Oct 29th, 7:00 pm, Seattle, WA, Henry Art Gallery

Broken Social Scene Preps New Album (Finally)

Its hard to believe that was last heard from Broken Social Scene, as a collective, nearly 4 years ago.  With all side projects on the back burner now, the band has returned to the studio together to reignite the fire that started it all. BSS is currently recording at Soma Studios in Chicago with producer John McEntire. This of course is a big change for the band since the previous albums were recorded David Newfeld who is currently working on other projects at the moment. With a new producer in tow, how will the new tracks sound? I guess we’ll have to wait and see for now because this is very recent. The band is still in the midst of writing songs and getting reacquainted with each other.

The first book about BSS has also been released this week titled ‘This Book is Broken.’ I haven’t had a chance to check it out yet but it is a given that it will be interesting.  It includes the biography of BSS as well as interviews.

Watch an oldie but goodie, Broken Social Scene’s video for ‘Major Label Debut (fast version)’