sonic 102.9

I always think of performing and being in a band sort of like what it feels like to be in love, you know. There’s a comfort when you just start to know somebody and you’ve been together forever and you start looking like each other and dressing like each other. But, I think the part of love that’s so attractive and addictive is you know, that firing of chemicals and not knowing what the result is gonna be and what the feedback is gonna be, and, you know there are definitely nights where you know it’s a kin to the 5 years in a relationship watching Teen Mom on the couch with your partner that you dont feel like you have to shave your legs for anymore and then there are nights where it feels like your first date.
—  Sara Quin- (SONiC 102.9 Livestream)
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Full session of Tegan and Sara at SONiC 102.9 in Edmonton on March 3rd, 2013.

Back In Your Head (00:59 - 04:07)
Closer (10:09 - 13:56)
I Was A Fool (20:37 - 23:49)
Alligator at the very end is cut off because the stream suddenly stopped.

The radio station has posted the performances of Closer and Back In Your Head in better quality, so check their YouTube channel.

//edit: Removed due to a copyright complaint. Sorry…

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Back In Your Head | Tegan and Sara (Sonic Session)

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Imagine Dragons - Radioactive
(Sonic 102.9)

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ten second epic | october 20, 2011 | SONiC session

setlist:
northstar
better off
every day
young classics

highlights:
the band’s 10th anniversary is coming up just next year.

interviewer: how have you guys made it without murdering each other?
dan: you know when you see an old couple holding hands? and they’ve had all their fights? that’s us.
interviewer: what’s the gift for a ten-year anniversary?
sandy: i think it’s a bag of scorpions.. with a hidden cobra. 

andrew wrote a song on “better off” about the tv show LOST. which one do you think it is?

on TSE’s first tour, they were in arizona at an afterparty when some strippers showed up. they ended up befriending them and taking them out on tour around arizona. the strippers paid for their gas, food, and bought two of their CDs for $100 apiece. they eventually stripped to the CD in a club, but the band was too young to get in.