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The Midnight Poutine Podcast- Aug. 19-29, 2009

Posted by Jer / August 19, 2009

20090819freelove.jpgThe Midnight Poutine podcast can't take the heat, so it's gettin' the hell out of this kitchen. But just for next week. And while we know this is crushing news for you, the corollary is that this week's show features a double shot of Montreal music goodness. We talk about tunes by amazing little-known acts, the August Mini M showcase, and we've even got a new track from the mysterious but absolutely gorgeous Reverie Sound Revue. If there's any justice in this oh-so fickle music world, more people will know about this band.

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Enjoy the heat wave. See you in September. Until then here's your Midnight Poutine Podcast:

Freelove Fenner - Henrietta
Postcards - Because
Modernboys Moderngirls - My Baby Says Boy, Don't You Ever Go
The Balconies - Smells Like Secrets
Still Life Still - Scissors Losing Weight
The Wooden Sky - Something Hiding For Us in the Night
James Finnerty - Borderline Ferry
Brie Neilson - Walking Alone
Whistlestop - Blue Whales
Bent By Elephants - Saskatchewan Pool
Orange Orange - Sors-moi
Elektrik Bones - About Last Night
Braids - Little Hand
Knots - Oh Shit
Reverie Sound Review - An Anniversary Away

Photo of Freelove Fenner taken by Ms. Leila Peacock and found on the band's myspace page website. The band launches their debut mini-album, In The Bottle Garden (on local label Fixture Records), Thursday Aug. 20th at Il Motore (9pm, $7) with high calibre openers Valleys and Postcards.



Greg / August 19, 2009 at 01:16 pm
Dude. Sick podcast this week. So much good stuff I've never heard of before.
laura / August 20, 2009 at 11:01 am
i second that!
Emmanuel / August 20, 2009 at 05:07 pm
That one was pretty slick, especially Orange Orange!
Jer / August 20, 2009 at 09:03 pm
thanks for the kind comments, gang. it's definitely gonna be a good two weeks in tunes in MTL.
Patrick V. / August 21, 2009 at 09:33 am
As a quasi religious follower of your podcast, I must say Jeremy, this one belongs up there in your top 10 best episodes of all times. Always looking forward to your weekly influx of of good tunes and good band/show info. Thank you.

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