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The Midnight Poutine Podcast- Jul 1-7, 2009

Posted by Jer / July 1, 2009

20090701gypso.jpgIt's another holiday edition of the Midnight Poutine podcast, this time in honour of Canada Day (or Moving Day or Week After St. Jean Baptiste Day, or whatever other politically loaded term we might want to apply). We steer clear of tension on this show though; instead we celebrate some great national talent, the start of the 30th edition of the Montreal Jazz Festival, and the life of the King of Pop.

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So grab a beer, a poutine, and whatever else makes you Canadian and check out the Midnight Poutine Podcast:

MJ - Just Good Friends (feat. Stevie Wonder)
Gypsophilia - Agricola and Sarah
Brian Borcherdt - Evil Twin
Handsome Furs - Radio Kaliningrad
Mina May - At the Pixie Motel
Kestrels - Our Velocity
Whale Tooth - Six Billion
Deleted Scenes - Fake IDs
Casiotone for the Painfully Alone - Young Shields
Patrick Watson - Machinery of the Heavens

photo of east coast jazzsters gypsophilia from their website. they're one of the hundreds of acts playing downtown this week at the 30th edition of the mtl jazz fest.



laura / July 2, 2009 at 12:41 pm
brian borcherdt is so good! i first heard him last year at pop montreal and got his album there. all the songs are so dark and beautiful. i wish he was headlining his own show instead of opening...
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