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Music is the art of thinking with sounds. -Jules Combarieu Tuesday, October 2 -Dirty on Purpose, Fujiya & Miyagi @ Lambi -Gary Husband and guests @ Theatre Maisonneuve Wednesday, October 3 -Lily Frost @ Main Hall -Thunderheist @ Coda Club -Magnolia Electric Co.

Music is the art of thinking with sounds.
-Jules Combarieu

Tuesday, October 2
-Dirty on Purpose,
Fujiya & Miyagi @ Lambi
-Gary Husband and guests
@ Theatre Maisonneuve

Wednesday, October 3
-Lily Frost @ Main Hall
-Thunderheist @ Coda Club
-Magnolia Electric Co.
w/ Watson Twins
@ Sala Rossa
-Caribou w/ Born Ruffians
@ La Tulipe
-Pere Ubu w/ Simply Saucer @ Le National

Thursday, October 4
-Fool’s Gold @ Club Soda
-DJ Sasha @ Club Tribe
-Man Man @ Sala Rossa
-Final Fantasy, Ohbijou, Basia Bulat @ Ukrainian Federation

Friday, October 5
-Pride Tiger
@ Bar St-Laurent II
-Apollo Sunshine, Dr. Dog, The High Strung @ Caf

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