Monday, September 16, 2019Light Snow -5°C
Weekend Playlist Podcast

The Midnight Poutine Podcast - Pop Preview #2

Posted by Jer / October 2, 2007

20071002mostserene.jpg
After a summer-long hiatus, the Midnight Poutine Podcast is now coming at you fast and furious, much like the epic Hollywood franchise by that same brilliant name. This episode, our second of five shows devoted to bands playing at Pop Montreal features acts on the festival bill for Thurs. Oct. 4

Podcast | Get the podcast here.
iTunes | Add the Weekend Playlist Podcast to iTunes.
RSS | Add the Weekend Playlist Podcast feed to your RSS Reader.
Search | Search the audio on Podzinger.

Not only does this show promise the same inane banter you've come to rely on, we've also got an extra special preview of The Most Serene Republic's new album (thanks to the folks over at Arts and Crafts). So sit tight, strap on some headphones or other listening devices and prepare to be podcasted.

The Most Serene Republic - Humble Peasants
Final Fantasy - This Modern Love (Bloc Party Cover)
Oh Bijou - St. Francis
David Macleod - One by One
Alec K. Redfearn - Mole
The Luyas - Dumb Blood
My Dad vs Yours - Habla Paisano
The Airfields - Lonely Halls
Mixylodian - River of Milk
Shapes and Sizes - Island's Gone Bad
Young Galaxy - Come and See
The Most Serene Republic - Present of Future End

photo of the most serene republic flipping you the bird from their press photo page, taken by emma ditchburn

Discussion

8 Comments

govtdrone / October 3, 2007 at 07:37 am
user-pic
Welcome back! I missed you. I just came back from visiting Montreal and I am planning on coming back next year for Pop Montreal.
Jer / October 3, 2007 at 09:08 am
user-pic
Thanks.
And thanks to Andrew for his comment on Podcast #1. It's good to be back.
golu dolls / March 1, 2019 at 04:00 am
user-pic
nice post
kanchipuramsarees / March 1, 2019 at 04:01 am
user-pic
nice post
kanchipuramsarees / March 1, 2019 at 04:01 am
user-pic
nice post
herbal powder / March 1, 2019 at 04:01 am
user-pic
nice post

Add a Comment

Other Cities: Toronto