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The Midnight Poutine Podcast- Pop Preview Oct. 2

Posted by Jer / September 27, 2008

It's the weekend. But instead of relaxing and taking it easy, you're frantically searching through the Pop Montreal listings trying to figure out how to plan your busy musical week. Well, stop stressing. Let the kind folks at Midnight Poutine make decisions a bit easier for you with our pop preview podcast. This is episode number 2 of our 5 part series focusing on artists playing the festival. This time we focus on gigs happening on Thursday Oct. 2.

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The good, the bad, and the cuddly all make an appearance in this version of the Midnight Poutine Podcast:

Culture Reject - Inside the Cinema
Bicycles - What a Fool
Prairie Cat - Payin' the Rent
Peter Project - Fair and Square
Green Go - Ghosts of the Future
Jeune Chilly Chill (feat. Don HameLLL) - La Di Da Di
Black Hat Brigade - Swords
Throw Me The Statue - About to Walk
Voilà! - La Neige
Angela Desveaux - Sure Enough
Kellarissa - I'll Sing of Kings
Hot Panda - Cold Hands, Chapped Lips
The Danks - In Alright
Bonjay - Gimme Gimme
The Bug (feat. Warrior Queen) - Poison Dart

photo of voila! kickin' it live from their myspace. voila just finished playing a mini-m showcase and they play pop montreal on thursday.



laura / September 28, 2008 at 11:28 pm
wait, isn't throw me the statue playing on fri oct 3rd at le gymnase...?
Jer / September 29, 2008 at 08:24 am
Hmm...the online pdf schedule I have from the Pop website says TMTS at Quai Des Brumes at 1:30am on Thurs Oct. 2.

The glossy schedule in the middle of the program says the same.

But, the write up about the band has them at Le Gymnase on Oct. 3 at 12:30am. That's where Said the Gramophone says they are playing too, and they are never wrong.

And, I just saw this on the pop website:

So yeah, probably the 3rd.
Fairfax / September 29, 2008 at 05:20 pm
Wow... Jeune Chilly Chill's transposition of La Di Da Di in to Québecois really is brilliant.
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