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POP MTL Preview Podcast #4 - Sep. 22, 2012

Posted by Greg / September 22, 2012

20120922-TheBreezes.jpgIt's the fourth day of Pop Montreal and the festival is only getting bigger, better and crazier. For those of you who can handle another night out seeing shows (or who just got started for the weekend), this playlist will help point you in the right direction for Saturday night. Whether you're looking for a sweaty rock show, a dance party, a BBQ, or a place to relax, we've got you covered. This podcast is extra special because listeners will have the chance to meet the (every)man, the legend: Maarten.

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Keep following us on Twitter for updates from the field, and if you haven't yet, also look at Said the Gramophone, The Cult MTL, Forget the Box, and the Pop Montreal website for more song picks.

Don't stop believin'. Here's the fourth Pop Montreal preview podcast:

Elgin Skye - Layou
Ango - Paralyzed
Humans - Horizon
Black Atlass - Ways
Arthur H - Cheval de Feu
Each Other - Ash Mound
The Breezes - Promethean Eyes
Preetam Sengupta - Let's Go Dancin'
Molly Sweeney - Florida
The Sadies - Another Year Again
Gym, Deer - Darlings
Chilly Gonzales - Nero's Nocturne

photo of The Breezes taken from their website

Discussion

11 Comments

Jer / September 28, 2012 at 07:39 pm
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Holy smack. That Elgin Skye tune was awwwwwwwweeeesome. I'm a bit late ploughing through these pop podcasts (mostly because I couldn't bear to admit I wasn't able to go to Pop this year), but I'm glad you guys continued the annual marathon tradition. Miss you guys tons.
Amie / October 15, 2012 at 10:07 pm
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Miss you too. Wish you'd been here.
Madhu / February 4, 2015 at 04:38 am
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Ari,Thanks for doing this interview and lonoikg forward to Rice's next interview with you. Glad to hear you're thinking big. And to my delight I think your focus on 70 and over is a good thing because these wise teachers have become invisible.Your memories make me think of my own memories with my grandmother. She was fun, kind, generous and sweet with lots of wisdom. These older people could sure teach young people some good manners, etiquette and life lessons about how to be kind and patient with one another. Grandmas know how to attend to the "small" things in a child's life which bring the most joy.(like sitting on the bed and clicking your heels before watching TV) I can tell you really miss your Grandma. I think by the time you reach 70 you can d--n wear what you may please. How dare a society ignore our wisdom keepers and then have the audacity to tell them what to wear. Thank you for your efforts to carry your message of "hope" for older people on this planet.I'll keep my fingers crossed that OWN will break out their set age demographic and embrace the "hip" elders.
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