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Weekend Playlist Podcast

Montreal Weekend Playlist Apr. 18-23 [Podcast]

Posted by Jer / April 19, 2007

Jeremy Morris is left to his own devices this week as he hosts this historic episode of the Midnight Poutine Podcast. Historic not because of anything that is played or said, but because our weekend pix podcast is now officially listed in the iTunes Music Store. O glorious day.

Thanks again to this week's sponsor, the Canadian Film Center Media Lab.

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If you feel like easing into the weekend, try Thursday's singer/songwriter gathering at Casa Del Popolo featuring David Macleod (with members of Ideal Lovers), Belleisle and Peterborough's Jonas Bonnetta.

The mellow mood continues on Friday at Main Hall as instrumental audio/visual rockers People for Audio launch their new CD The New Ancients. Downtempo jazz trio Torngat opens ($10). If mellow is not for you, head over to Friendship Cove where Hexes & Ohs, Woodhands and others defy you not to shake your ass (part of an art vernissage, $5). The United Steel Workers of Montreal also launch their new CD at Sala Rossa with OX ($10/$20 with CD).

Saturday, Irish rockers The Frames share the bill at Le National with Young Galaxy, the newest member of the Arts & Crafts label ($18.50). At Les Saints, The Slackers, Phenomenauts and The Epoxies tread the fine lines between ska, reggae and punk. Also, Clydes is putting on a breast cancer charity event featuring Brian Massimetti, Matt Raudsepp, Black Cannons, Caroline Keating and Chris Arsenian ($6 -ALL proceeds go to the Weekend to End Breast Cancer).

Sunday is full of indie fun with Antelope (ex-Supersystem), Rahim and Les Momies de Palerme at Casa (8$) and Think About Life and the clyffs across the street at Sala ($10). Or, get your punk on at Foufones Electrique as New Jersey's Bouncing Souls, are joined by Strike Anywhere, The Loved Ones, Static Radio.

Monday gets manic as XBXRX, Hamborghinni (mem. of Aids Wolf) and TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT do bizarre things at Zoo Bizarre.

Finally, Tuesday has pitchfork-endorsed Deerhunter playing Sala with local rockers Feu Therese and Les Enfants Sauvages ($8 / $10).

Here's this week's Midnight Poutine Podcast:

David Macleod- Books About the Past
Jonas Bonetta - Sips of Sea
People For Audio - Black Memory White Whale
Torngat - Resurfacing
Woodhands - I Love You
Hexes and Ohs - This Song is Romance (You Look Like Hell Remix)
The Frames - Fitzcaraldo (live)
The Phenomenauts - Mission
Antelope - The Demon
Rahim - 10 000 Horses
Bouncing Souls - The Gold Song
Deerhunter - Cryptograms
XBXRX - Beat Rolls On

photo of Hexes and Ohs from their free show at PreLoved clothing boutique during Pop Montreal



Cait / April 19, 2007 at 09:33 pm
Hey, Cryptograms! Nice choice.

Man, I have 6 Podcasts that I haven't listened to yet. Damn, I'm so behind.
scott / April 20, 2007 at 11:50 am
hey, congrats on the itunes thing. that's awesome. perhaps now we can loosen grant lawrence's stranglehold on the podcasts of the nation.
in your FACE grant lawrence!
also: torngat = awesome.
Jer / April 20, 2007 at 12:32 pm
Cait...glad you liked Deerhunter. Are you going to the show? If so, let me know how they are live.

Scott...agreed. Torngat is superbon. Anyone who puts french horn through delay pedals is alright in my books.
Cait / April 22, 2007 at 09:04 pm
Naw, sorry. The show's 18+, and I'm a mere 16 years, 11 months, and a few days.

And I've just remembered something I wanted to mention a few podcasts back, about the Golden Dog's song, "Nineteen Hundered and Eighty-Five". I don't know if you didn't mention it because you didn't know, or because you didn't care, but it's actually a cover of a Paul McCartney song.
Teena / April 26, 2007 at 03:32 pm
YES. It will be so great being able to download the podcast from itunes thru the store and all that. Thanks guys.
Jer / April 27, 2007 at 08:46 am
Cait...forgot to mention. The Deerhunter show was ok. Not great, but ok. They made some cool noises but I left feeling a bit uninspired.

As for the McCartney reference, if I recall, I think John and I were too busy being jackasses and talking about the guitar solo to mention important information like that. Thanks for filling in!
Paulo / February 4, 2015 at 01:23 am
Thanks, Byron!You can email it to me at .That follow me slide out to the left has info on how to ctncaot me.I need to change it. It's too hidden over there and the title doesn't get it done.Thanks for your help!
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