Performing with Broken Social Scene at the Intonation Music Festival, 2005.
|Born||September 7, 1976|
|Genres||Indie rock, Baroque pop, Alternative|
|Labels||Arts & Crafts|
|Associated acts||Broken Social Scene
Kevin Drew (born September 9, 1976) is a Canadian musician and songwriter who, together with Brendan Canning, founded the expansive Toronto baroque-pop collective Broken Social Scene. He was also part of the lesser-known KC Accidental, which consisted of Drew and Charles Spearin, another current member of Broken Social Scene.
Drew has shared in the direction of Broken Social Scene videos under the name Experimental Parachute Movement. In 2008 he wrote and directed a short film called "The Water," inspired by and starring his bandmate and former girlfriend Leslie Feist. In 2009, Drew contributed to the AIDS benefit album Dark Was the Night produced by the Red Hot Organization.
Drew grew up in west Toronto and attended the Etobicoke School of the Arts, along with Metric's Emily Haines, Stars' Amy Millan and novelist Ibi Kaslik, where he, Amy and Emily studied drama. He was married to Jo-ann Goldsmith, a social worker and an occasional trumpet player in BSS.
Broken Social Scene
- Feel Good Lost (2001)
- You Forgot It in People (2002)
- Bee Hives (2004)
- Broken Social Scene (2005)
- Forgiveness Rock Record (2010)
- "Failure: The True Story of Kevin Drew"
Experimental Parachute Movement
- Apostle of Hustle
- Cheap Like Sebastian
- Broken Social Scene
- Our Age 2009
- Your Ex-Lover is Dead
- Bitches in Tokyo
- Still Life Still
- The Most Serene Republic
- Content Was Always My Favourite Colour
- The Water (2009) Starring Cillian Murphy, David Fox & Feist
- Berman, Stuart. This Book is Broken. 2009.
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