Jim Carroll

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Drew’s date in Dublin

The people behind Toronto’s Arts & Crafts label were in party mode this week and threw a swish soiree in the city to celebrate some recent events. It was a chance for them to mark the ongoing worldwide chart success …

Fri, Sep 28, 2007, 06:47

   

The people behind Toronto’s Arts & Crafts label were in party mode this week and threw a swish soiree in the city to celebrate some recent events.

It was a chance for them to mark the ongoing worldwide chart success for Feist’s 1234 and to introduce some new signings: Canadian acts The Constantines and The Stills.

Kevin Drew, co-founder of Broken Social Scene and of the Arts & Crafts label, was waxing lyrical to the Irish in attendance about his forthcoming show at Dublin’s Tripod on October 14th.

Drew’s Spirit If album has just gone on release.

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