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The Midnight Poutine Podcast- Feb 18-23, 2009

Posted by Jer / February 18, 2009

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February may be the shortest month of the year, but that's not stopping a swamp-load of bands from visiting our fair city. We do our best to keep up with all the action on this week's show. We've also got our third installment of In Their Own Words: The Montreal Sessions, the ten-part series of interviews with Montreal musicians produced by Martin Simon Greizis. This week, Martin sits down with gMackrr to talk sound art and how to mic the inside of one's mouth.

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You never know what's going to turn up on the Midnight Poutine Podcast:

Éléphantine - Libérer le Génie
Zeroes - PVC
Witch - Sweet Sue
Shortpants Romance - Glossy Pages
The Youjsh - The Wind Between Steve Day’s Cheeks

In Their Own Words: gMackrr

Blitzen Trapper - Furr
Thievery Corporation - Radio Retaliation

photo of gMackrr making sound in montreal’s the pines studio taken by simon thibaudeau and found on the studio’s photo page. find out more about her and her sound art in this week’s ‘in their own words’ interview or catch her live at bar st. laurent II tonight .

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Zyg Kid / February 19, 2009 at 10:31 am
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Sweet podcast - loved the blitzen trapper tune. Good interview.
Santino / February 4, 2015 at 08:48 am
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I've been reading your blog for some time, loinvg the ladies you've featured. I just listened to the podcast, it was great. I recently returned from visiting my 96 year old father in a rehab center after he broke his hip. While there I was actually thinking how cool it would be for you to visit some of the folks there. I saw so many people who were dressed as "old folks"...but I saw a few that were so delightful..a lady with a leopard collar she wore every night to dinner, and a man who wore a suit jacket every day when he went to meals. There was another lady who had hair the color of Ilona's. I always made a point of telling her how great it looked. My own father wears his jeans, boots, vest, and cowboy hat every where he goes, and people always stop him to tell him how neat he looks. A fashion show in a nursing home would just be a lot of fun. Can't wait for your book to come out!

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