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The Midnight Poutine Podcast - Mar 11-16, 2009

Posted by Jer / March 11, 2009

The Midnight Poutine podcast is still adjusting to the time change and the rapid fluctuations in temperature. We can't decide whether to shed our winter skins or remain in hibernation. There's lots of (musically sound) reasons to get out this week's podcast shows. This episode also has another interview from our on-going series, In Their Own Words: The Montreal Sessions, the ten-part feature we're running on Montreal musicians produced by Martin Simon Greizis. Today's profile looks in on local power rock trio Acrobat.

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Enjoy the spring thaw before another cold snap hits. And of course, enjoy your Midnight Poutine Podcast:

Amos the Transparent - This Home
The Week That Was - It's All Gone Quiet
Mother Mother - Ghosting
A.C. Newman - There Maybe Ten or Twelve
Charles Spearin - Anna

In Their Own Words: Acrobat

Plushgun - How We Roll
Keys N Krates - CEO (live remix)
Kelly Joe Phelps - Western Bell
Voilà - Clouds

Interview: An Horse

photo of acrobat live and in charge from their myspace. find out more about the band this week’s installment of in their own words .



Dominique DP / March 13, 2009 at 04:05 am
Hi Jeremy!
Want to let you know I love the podcast, keep on going! The 'in their own words' series is pretty cool, and I escpecially liked gMackrr's!
Like your french intro too, your accent's awesome. XD

It's paradoxal that I am discovering so many great bands from Montreal, when I am away in Japan for a year. Oh, well!

Thanks! ;)
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