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BLACK MOUNTAIN’s Polaris Prize Gala Performance + babysitting tips!

Every year Canada’s Polaris Prize has a very lovely Gala to honor the nominees of the award. This year, Black Mountain’s “In the Future” was nominated, so the band attended the award ceremony and played their song “Tyrants” to a venue full of industry professionals eating dinner at tables and sippin’ on sparkly stuff.

Canada’s CBC also nominated the band in two categories for their annual Bucky awards.

1. Best Advice From an Artist: Steve McBean on “babysitting tips”
2. Best Hook: “Stormy High”

If you’ve used any of Steve’s babysitting advice in any of your endeavors OR love the hook in “Stormy High”, get on over to the CBC website and VOTE! Voting begins today and ends November 28th. Winners will be announced in special live broadcast on December 17.

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