Tuesday, April 16 2013
When Kevin Drew co-founded Arts & Crafts, his label was intended simply as a way to get out the music of his band, Broken Social Scene. Now, ten years later, Drew gives PopMatters an unflinching look at the ups and downs of running one of the most influential labels out there today.
Tuesday, November 2 2010
What is currently one of the most sprawling, dynamic indie-rock bands out there once started as a series of small bedroom recordings between Broken Social Scene members Kevin Drew and Charles Spearin. PopMatters talks to both of them about their beginnings ...
Wednesday, July 14 2010
As I channel my inner Fox Mulder, I should be clear that I don’t see any conspiracies here. However, I do read the When-Drew-Met-Canning narrative sketched by so many of us in the blogosphere, whether intentionally or not, as a controlling cover-up that restricts attention to the boundless spontaneity that is, in many ways, the most compelling feature of Broken Social Scene’s music and legacy.
Sunday, May 2 2010
Broken Social Scene is back and they've stumbled upon their second straight-up masterpiece. Plain and simple.
Sunday, September 16 2007
The Broken Social Scene founder has made his own bed, but just because he's lying in it doesn't mean he can sleep.
Tuesday, January 24 2006
Broken Social Scene's Kevin Drew takes a bubbly approach to making an album under the microscope.