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Weekend Playlist Podcast

The Midnight Poutine Podcast - Apr. 16 - 22, 2008

Posted by Jer / April 16, 2008

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Stuffed to the brim, like a delicious calzone, this week's podcast is loaded with tracks by great local and visiting acts. There are so many good gigs in town, your head may explode, pizza pop-style, from all the decisions you'll have to make.

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Fear not. The Midnight Poutine Podcast is here to help you out. Let us be your audio guide to this weekend's musical insanity:

Via Audio - Presents
Bionic - Black Blood
Jay Reatard - Always Wanting More
Duchess Says - Black Flag
Rock Plaza Central - I Am An Excellent Steel Horse
Elephant Stone - The Seven Seas
Jason Collett - Out of Time
Tokyo Police Club - Your English is Good
Heroes & Villains - We Don't Live There Anymore
Young Rival - 4:15 (demo)
Born Ruffians - Hummingbird
Mixylodian - Clara and the Pixies
Woodhands - Dancer
Destroyer - Foam Hands
Colossal Yes - Suit with Feathers
Skratch Bastid - Jugglin' Justin
Buck 65 (feat. Cadence Weapon) - Benz

photo of Montreal's beloved bearded rocker Jonathan Cummins and the rest of the Bionic crew from their website

Discussion

10 Comments

Chris / April 16, 2008 at 03:26 pm
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Another job well done. I like the inclusion of a pretty (or terrifying, depending what you think of beardo there) picture that pops up when I play this episode. Still no luck on the track listings though...
Chris / April 16, 2008 at 03:26 pm
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Another job well done. I like the inclusion of a pretty (or terrifying, depending what you think of beardo there) picture that pops up when I play this episode. Still no luck on the track listings though...
Jer / April 17, 2008 at 05:11 pm
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Yeah. The image thing I should have done a long time ago. That was just pure laziness on my part. But the song tags are proving much more difficult. I should have it fixed soon.
AyanxNaiyh / February 4, 2015 at 05:52 am
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Ari,Thanks for doing this interview and loionkg forward to Rice's next interview with you. Glad to hear you're thinking big. And to my delight I think your focus on 70 and over is a good thing because these wise teachers have become invisible.Your memories make me think of my own memories with my grandmother. She was fun, kind, generous and sweet with lots of wisdom. These older people could sure teach young people some good manners, etiquette and life lessons about how to be kind and patient with one another. Grandmas know how to attend to the "small" things in a child's life which bring the most joy.(like sitting on the bed and clicking your heels before watching TV) I can tell you really miss your Grandma. I think by the time you reach 70 you can d--n wear what you may please. How dare a society ignore our wisdom keepers and then have the audacity to tell them what to wear. Thank you for your efforts to carry your message of "hope" for older people on this planet.I'll keep my fingers crossed that OWN will break out their set age demographic and embrace the "hip" elders.
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