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Weekend Playlist Podcast

POP MTL Preview Podcast #2 - Sep. 22, 2011

Posted by Jer / September 21, 2011

Arcade FireAlthough Pop Montreal festivities have already begun, today marks the official start of the music portion of the program. Luckily, thanks to our last episode of the podcast, you've probably already got tonight's plans figured out.

But what about tomorrow? Sure, there's the massive Arcade Fire/Karkwa/Kid Koala show, but what will you do before and after? And what happens if, heaven forbid, you don't like the Arcade Fire or know who they are? As always, we're here to help. And even though we get increasingly silly as this podcast marathon goes on, know that we have your best interests at heart.

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Remember: drink lots of water, eat lots of poutine and always carry around your Midnight Poutine Podcast:

UN - Go Seeker
Hexes & Ohs - Little Bird
CFCF - Come True
Kim Ann Foxman - Creature
Mr Little Jeans - The Suburbs (Arcade Fire Cover)
Molly Sweeney - Not Faithful
Groenland - Our Last Shot
Rebekah Higgs - Gosh Darn Damn
Tops - Turn Your Love Around
Tonstartssbandht - Orange Miss You
Doldrums - Tantrum (parts 1 & 2)

In case you missed it, Pop Preview #1 is here.

photo of arcade fire from flickr user deep_schismic. In case you hadn't heard, the band is playing the opening night of pop montreal's 10th anniversary tonight at metropolis and also a massive free show at the quartier des spectacles tomorrow.

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