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The Midnight Poutine Podcast - Apr. 27 - May 2, 2011

Posted by Jer / April 27, 2011

Chloé Lacasse As the city waits in anxious anticipation for Game 7 of the Habs-Bruins series (and with a little less excitement for the outcome of the federal election), we wade through the shows you should be seeing when you've unglued yourself from the television. Aside from the music, we talk about the proper post-game riot etiquette. Key takeaway: keep your clothes on and don't climb a tree that can't support your body weight. Go Habs go.

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It's your playoff edition of the Midnight Poutine Podcast:

The Naked And Famous - Young Blood
Foals - Miami
A-Trak - Trizzy Turnt Up
- Federico Aubele - No One
Yawn - Toys
Tame Impala - The Bold Arrow of Time
Cursed Arrows - Death Rattle Blues
Passwords - The Fire We've Made
Sam Bradley - Wide Open
Roxanne Potvin - You Told Me
Lakes of Canada - Born Again
Chloé Lacasse - Ailleurs
Canailles - Blues Des Pattes
The Asteroid #4 - Wicked Wire
Grails - Almost Grew My Hair
of Montreal - Black Lion Massacre

photo of Chole Lacasse found on her myspace, taken by Luc Belcourt. Chloé is one of three finalists vying to win the 2011 edition of Les Francouvertes, which takes place May 3rd at Club Soda .



Jer / April 27, 2011 at 04:51 pm
For anyone planning to attend the of Montreal show, I forgot that the venue was changed. It's at Le National, not the Metropolis.
Arch T. / April 27, 2011 at 05:04 pm
I love that YAWN tune! any more info on them? its difficult to google their name
Patrice / April 27, 2011 at 07:10 pm
I really love the comparison between Paula Abdul and The Foals!

By the way and as always, great show!

Luc / April 27, 2011 at 10:47 pm

oh wait...
Jer / April 27, 2011 at 11:02 pm
@Patrice...Thanks. Though sadly, I will never listen to Miami the same again now.

@Arch T I don't know much either, other than a fairly unhelpful press release I received and whatever I could find on their website. I know they've received some favourable reviews on blogs, music mags and newspapers, but I think they mostly started getting noticed after SXSW 2010. If you care for PR, it's here

@Luc...why must you rub salt in our wounds, Leafs fan. We never make fun of Toronto.
Jer / April 29, 2011 at 09:25 am
Another show date change: A-trak's show on Tues, May 3rd has been changed to Saturday, May 21st. Tickets for the May 3 gig will still be honoured.
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