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Weekend Playlist Podcast

The Midnight Poutine Podcast- Apr. 15-22, 2010

Posted by Greg / April 16, 2010

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Greg is goin' solo again this week, bringing a rock-heavy selection of tunes sure to make the rain a little less oppressive. There's plenty happening if you're willing to get a little wet - and really, what's so terrible about that? It's not as if your jeans will stay soaked forever! The best thing about water is that it evaporates eventually. Well, that, and it brings life to the whole planet, so let's give water some cool points for that too. You can also go white water rafting on it, put fires out with it, and make any slide go faster with it. How about we all just chill out and take the rainy weekend as an opportunity to thank water for all the good stuff it does, okay?

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Once again, thanks to Nathan Howard for help with audio production. Here's your Midnight Poutine Podcast:

Final Flash - Welcome to the House
The Dead Trees - RAYNA (board)
DUZHEKNEW - Come out to the other side, ok.
You Can Be a Wesley - Creatures
Jason Collett - Love is a Dirty Word
Bahmas - Love is a Dirty Word
Adam Green - What Makes Him Act So Bad?
Armen at the Bazaar - ZED
Zeus - How Does it Feel
Pom Pom War - Eat You Alive
W!nslow - Pretty in the Dark
The Pink Noise - Oh Caroline
Onomatops - Somewhat Fatigued
...and then nothing - The Fifth Estate


photo of Pom Pom War covered in mud taken from their myspace page.

Discussion

10 Comments

Margot / April 19, 2010 at 08:58 pm
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Not to mention that Crocodile Mile would be absolutely nowhere without water. Am I right?
Nicolas Dagenais / April 20, 2010 at 01:10 am
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final flash really is the new sensation in town. i love it
Greg / April 20, 2010 at 04:08 am
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Totally agreed, Nicholas. I misrepresented them a bit in the podcast - even though they have been playing around town for a while, this is their first full-length album. I've listened through it a few times and it sounds great. Beautifully produced.

And yes Margot, we can thank water for bringing us Crocodile Mile. I was completely serious about that summer slip n' slide idea.
Philippe / April 20, 2010 at 10:02 am
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Am I the only one who's been having recent problems downloading this podcast from itunes for only the last few weeks?
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