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Pop Montreal 2006, Weekend Playlist Podcast

Weekend Playlist, Pop Mtl. Edition: Oct. 6

Posted by MP / September 29, 2006

Here's our preview podcast for Friday, Oct. 6's Pop Montreal shows. It includes an unreleased demo from locals Pony Up and lots o' other stuff. Lots. Look out.

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This podcast is sponsored by the Canadian Film Centre's Habitat New Media Lab.

Podcast playlist for Friday, Oct. 6:

C-Rayz Walz - Say Yes
Cadence Weapon - Black Hands
Flosstradamus - Overnight Star
Professor Murder - Champion
Museum Pieces - Looks Can Kill
Golden Dogs - Birdsong
Cuff the Duke - Take My Money and Run
Sexy Boy - You Are Doomed
Sybarite - Dolorous Echo
There Were Valleys - Renegade Daughters
Pony Up - Wet
Hylozoists - Straight is the Gate

Please consult the Pop Montreal schedule for the most accurate set times and venues.

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Christy / September 29, 2006 at 11:18 am
Okay, honest question here: What exactly is the magic of Pony Up? Pony Up, as far as I can see, is totally talentless, passionless, and lacking in any kind of originality. Yet everyone still buys their Girl Band shtick... I don't get it.
J Mac / September 29, 2006 at 11:25 am
I think they dispensed with the girl band "shtick" pretty quickly, actually. I mean, they are girls, but they hardly have control over that, unless they were to ... never mind. The point is, just think about them as a band ... And the song here is a demo that didn't make the album, so maybe not their favourite song they've ever done, but nonetheless something new to everyone. Which is fun.
Shaun / September 29, 2006 at 11:34 am
No Roky Erickson? The guy is a legend, and the most important artist coming to the fest this year. First (and likely last) show ever in Canada, no less.
J Mac / September 29, 2006 at 11:45 am
Word -- I would have loved to include some Roky. We only use songs that we can quasi-legally play, i.e., ones that bands or labels have made downloadable on their websites or myspace pages. So our crack team of music researchers (me) couldn't find anything out there. Which doesn't mean there isn't anything, of course. We should hire some interns.
asmaa / September 29, 2006 at 11:58 am
"We should hire some interns."

... and give them their own blog.
J Mac / September 29, 2006 at 12:24 pm
Christy / September 29, 2006 at 01:42 pm
Well, I mentioned the schtick because I've had this conversation with someone else who's been in the Montreal arts scene a lot longer than I have, and she said she felt they got only attention because they were the only totally girl group to come out of the Montreal indie explosion. Me, I just don't think there's anything to them. Their live show actually kinda got me upset.
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