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Weekend At L'Esco's: Bionic / Starvin Hungry

Posted by Amy / August 25, 2007

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Friday night Bionic tore through their set like every second of it burned their skin. Like a band screaming, running through a house on fire. Not surprising considering that they’ve been oiling their machine on a west n’ back tour of Canada. Maybe it had something to do with the fact that the air in the city was as scorched as the devil’s beard last night, but even Bionic’s older material (turn you out was particularly heavy) flashed and seared like heat lightning.

Taking the stage tonight are Montreal’s underground underdogs, Starvin Hungry. 2007 may turn out to be this band’s year, with upcoming dates in the USA, touring with the devastating Besnard Lakes. Catch them at their best tonight – hot, sweaty, sexy and, well… hungry.

Bionic and Starvin Hungry have records out this year on DJ Ram’s new label Signed By Force. (More on Ram later…)

Starvin Hungry tonight (Aug.25) at L’Escogriffe. 4467 A St-Denis. $5.

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Vijay / February 4, 2015 at 02:50 am
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Great post! I live in Chicago and feel the need to tell/suggest two things: 1) That litlte hump at mile 26ish is really just a litlte hump. Hills DO NOT exist in Chicago. Keep your eyes up and don't even think about it. It's only as big as you imagine it to be. Look up at the sky line, it's pretty :) And 2) You WILL loose reception on your garmin in the first mile. My advice is turn off the auto lap function, and manually press at each mile if you want your pace. Think of your watch as a glorified stop watch.You'll rock this!!!! \I'm not running this year but will be cheering you all on!- a recently new blog reader/runner :)
Vijay / February 4, 2015 at 02:50 am
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Great post! I live in Chicago and feel the need to tell/suggest two things: 1) That litlte hump at mile 26ish is really just a litlte hump. Hills DO NOT exist in Chicago. Keep your eyes up and don't even think about it. It's only as big as you imagine it to be. Look up at the sky line, it's pretty :) And 2) You WILL loose reception on your garmin in the first mile. My advice is turn off the auto lap function, and manually press at each mile if you want your pace. Think of your watch as a glorified stop watch.You'll rock this!!!! \I'm not running this year but will be cheering you all on!- a recently new blog reader/runner :)

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