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Weekend Playlist Podcast

The Midnight Poutine Podcast - Jun. 15 - 21, 2011

Posted by Jer / June 15, 2011

La Patere Rose It's Wednesday, June 15th, and I know there is only one thing on your mind tonight: when is this week's Midnight Poutine Podcast going to be available? Oh sure, maybe a few people are thinking about the Stanley Cup. But I bet that the majority of this nation is anxious to find out who is playing shows here in Montreal this weekend, and not whether or not Roberto Luongo will have a nervous breakdown. Worry no longer, dear Internet. The most recent edition of the podcast has arrived.

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Grab your tin foil cups and favourite jerseys to cheer on this week's Midnight Poutine Podcast:

1,2,3 - Work
The Dodos - Black Night
The Antlers - I Don't Want Love
Guards - Long Time
The Beets - Dead
JF Robitaille - Modern Love Song pt. 1
Irreverend James and the Critical Mass Choir - The Long Wait
Casino - Graceful
Man Your Horse - Grass Basket
Majical Cloudz - Francisco
D'eon - Transparency
Dolphins Into The Future - Neutral Buoyancy
Pujol - Too Safe
OFF! - Black Thoughts
La patère rose - Chocolove

photo of la patère rose from their label page at grosse boite. in what can only be described as devastating news for music lovers in montréal, the franco-indie pop band are playing their last show this weekend.

Discussion

7 Comments

Max / June 21, 2011 at 03:53 pm
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Hi Jer, long time listener and music fan here!

I was listening the the podcast today and had an idea, a flash if you will, and I thought I would send it along to you guys. I'm acting on serious impulse here and I couldn't find a direct email address so I'm posting here. Feel free to delete this post and reply by regular email.

I was listening to your show with a musical guest, Sean Nicolas Savage I believe. It was pretty cool to have a guest in studio and have him play and interview him. But I got this idea when I noticed how much "room" I could hear in the recording. It occurred to me how cool it would be to have your musical guest podcasts recorded in a proper musical environment with good quality gear. So here is the thing: I run a little recording studio, and as a fan of your show, would be willing to supply the space and gear to record your guest for your musical guest shows. You could do the whole episode from the studio, or just the part with the artist or whatever. I'd engineer the session and record it. It could be like the CBC radio 3 Sessions or something. The other advantage is you could also have whole bands as musical guests. It's the kind of thing I'd be happy to do once or twice a month or whatever depending on how often you do this kind of musical guest show. All this would all be free of course.
As for what's in it for me, well other than getting to contribute to an awesome Podcast, and music culture in general, it would get the name of my studio out a little, and would allow me to meet local musicians, who could perhaps one day become potential clients or collaborators etc. Basically a little visibility. Here's my website in progress to give you an idea on the vibe of my place: www.bridgeheadstudio.com .
Anyway, if this kind of thing could interest you, let me know and we could talk! You can reach me at either this posting's address of the studio's website address.

Thanks for the podcast and keep up the good work!
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