Yeah that was totally awesome. Half of this is just copy/pasted stuff that I wrote on drowned in sound because i'm lazy but whatever.
First off The Brunettes were really good supporting but nobody seemed to care. They were surprisingly enthusiastic considering how apathetic the crowd was. They sounded a lot better live than on record.
Broken Social Scene, as ever, totally ruled. They weren't quite as good as the last time I saw them at Koko last year (no suprise Emily Haines appearance this time round) but they were still better than I expected with such a small line up. Most of the stuff they played was from the self titled record with some stuff from You Forgot It In People and Spirit If. They played about 3 new songs from Brendan Canning's new record, Something For All Of Us. All the new songs sounded really really good. Brendan can sound like Peter Gabriel if you close your eyes (his words not mine).