Songs You Can Dance Around Your Apartment To, Volume 47

Well, we suddenly realized that we hadn't done one of these in a while. So here's our first official Songs You Dance Around Your Apartment To of the new year. And it's a good one, with lots of local bands included: Born Ruffians, Metric, Boys Who Say No, The BB Guns and more.


1. "Middle Management" by Bishop Allen
2.  "No I Won't" by Boys Who Say No
3. "Cherry Lips"  by Loon Lake
4. "Baby, I Hate You" by The BB Guns
5. "Crime Pays" by Bear Hands
6. "Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-five" by The Golden Dogs
7. "Oh Man" by Born Ruffians
8. "Lovers Who Uncover" by The Little Ones
9. "Speed The Collapse" by Metric
10. "No More Maps, No More Roads" by The Good China


Compiled by Adam Bunch, the Editor-in-Chief of the Little Red Umbrella and the creator of the Toronto Dreams Project. You can read his posts here, follow him on Twitter here, or email him at


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Unfortunately that's not a waltz, but it's close enough. This song shows how well Gnarls Barkley can write an infectious pop/rock tune as opposed to their usual soul/R&B styled stuff. The other amazing thing about this track is Selena Gomez! I know, who knows why they picked her and model Kate Moss makes you think this was recorded for the Popstars reality show, but that doesn't matter. We'll find out later and be sad about it in about 5 minutes if we weren't up to date with this episode already.

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