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Don’t play what’s there, play what’s not there -Miles Davis Tues., Oct. 16 -Daath, Dark Funeral, Nagflar @ Club Soda -Spoon @ Le National -Queens of the Stone Age @ Metropolis Wed., Oct. 17 – Coco Montoya @ Café Campus – Led Zepplica @ St-Denis Theatre Thurs.

Don’t play what’s there, play what’s not there
-Miles Davis

Tues., Oct. 16

-Daath, Dark Funeral, Nagflar
@ Club Soda
-Spoon
@ Le National
-Queens of the Stone Age @ Metropolis

Wed., Oct. 17

– Coco Montoya
@ Café Campus
– Led Zepplica
@ St-Denis Theatre

Thurs., Oct. 18

-Great Northern @ Le Divan Orange

Fri., Oct. 19

-I Am X
@ Café Campus
-Architecture in Helsinki, Lo-Fi Fnk, Panther @ La Tulipe
-Do Make Say Think @ Le National
-Busy P, Justice
@ Metropolis

Sat., Oct.20

-Shout Out Out Out Out, The Golden Dogs @ Cabaret
-Kenna, She wants Revenge
@ Le National
-David Usher
@ Metropolis

Sun., Oct. 21

-Enon, Octopus Project
@ Sala Rossa
-Sick City, Sights & Sounds, The Reason @ Foufouness
-Nightwish, Paradise Lost
@ Metropolis

Mon., Oct. 22

-Amber Pacific, Monty Are I, New Years Day, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus
@ Club Soda
-The New Pornographers, Emma Pollock, Benjy Ferree
@ La National

Tues., Oct. 23

-Johnossi, Nico Vega, Shout Out Louds
@ Le National

This Week’s Pick:

Architecture in Helsinki cause these Aussies use all kinds of cool stuff like analog synthesizers, samplers, the glockenspiel, handclaps, trumpets, tubas, trombones, clarinets and recorders. They’ve opened for Yo La Tengo and Belle & Sebastian, a definite go in my books.

Runner-Up:

The New Pornographers

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