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Weekend Playlist Podcast

The Midnight Poutine Podcast- Oct. 15-20, 2009

Posted by Jer / October 15, 2009

20091015vanesse.jpg After a brief hiatus from the Montreal music scene (we needed two weeks to recover from Pop), the Midnight Poutine podcast is back with a vengeance. Chuck Norris-styles. Co-host Greg Bouchard is here again to help me sift through this week's best shows, from Canadian indie punk legends to unknown newcomers. We promise the show will take a bit of the chill out of this October air for you. And it's as delicious as left over pumpkin pie and whipped cream.

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No need to bundle up. Just grab a pair of head phones and your Midnight Poutine Podcast:

Zeus - That's All
Dan Mangan - Road Regrets
The Dodos - Small Deaths
Vanesse Pariétaire - Exils
Sian Alice Group - Motionless
Sweet Mother Logic - Faunch
The Scenics - O Boy
Shortpants Romance - Heatwave
Friendo - Counter Time
Black Feelings - Hidden Dance
Daniel Johnston - True Love Will Find You In The End
Jacob Faurholt - Rust Country Cage
Share - Maybe Always
Julie Fader - Goodbye Before Hello
Ismism - Turtles All The Way Down

photo of vanesse pariétaire rehearsing songs from their free downloadable album taken by steve veilleux and found on the band's myspace page.



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