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The Midnight Poutine Podcast- Feb 25-Mar 3, 2009

Posted by Jer / February 25, 2009

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It's spring break for several of the city's universities and colleges. And since I'm away, I basically phone this one in. Not to worry though...I try and keep up the low standards you've come to expect from the Midnight Poutine podcast. Upping the quality of the show significantly is the fourth installment of In Their Own Words: The Montreal Sessions, the ten-part series we're running featuring interviews with Montreal musicians produced by Martin Simon Greizis. This week's profile looks in on former Hot Springs front-woman Giselle Webber and her new hip hop alter-ego Giselle Numba One.

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Whatever you get up to this week, be sure to enjoy yourselves, and a little Midnight Poutine Podcast:

Anathallo - Cafetorium
Jason Bajada - You Are a Runner (And I Am My Father’s Son)
David Martel - Stay In
Jason Kent and the Crystal Lake - California
Mina May - Strange Hop

In Their Own Words: Giselle Numba One

The Parlor Mob - Hard Times
And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead - How Near, How Far

yeah, that’s right, giselle numba one is talking to you. giselle’s in the spotlight this week, in our latest installment of the in their own words interview series. photo from her myspace page.

Discussion

5 Comments

syd / March 3, 2009 at 05:07 pm
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Awesome show.
Tim / February 4, 2015 at 02:05 am
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Hey Nick I do notice whvneeer I see you photos that, at least your fam, seem to live in new development(s). things look very recent and new. crazy that they actually destroyed parks in your old neighborhood.. you figure a park is something that is garunteed to be there for the forseeable future.
golu dolls / February 4, 2019 at 09:00 pm
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nice post

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