Quick Links:   Concordia   Montreal   Quebec   CSU   JMSB   Elections   Science   Score Report   Data   International   Protests   Arts   Music   Events   Photos   Videos   Audio   Francais

Mixtape

Even though Montreal may be known for its eventful summers, the fact that the leaves are turning yellow and the chill of northern winds are hitting the streets doesn’t mean that the city is quite ready to throw in the towel. For 10 years now, POP Montreal has been warming up our autumn nights with indie music of every genre. From rock to rap, this local festival takes over venues across the city to bring you a slew of international and local acts. This year they’ve even upped the ante with a massive outdoor Arcade Fire show in the downtown core. Yet even without these Grammy Award-winning giants, the festival still has a lot to offer over its five jam-packed days. Side A focuses on the big names like Grimes, Chromeo and tUnE-yArDs, while Side B brings you some of the lesser known but no-less-worthy artists that will be appearing on this year’s lineup.

Listen to the Mixtape here: http://8tracks.com/the_concordian/pop-montreal-2011

SIDE A : SPOTLIGHT

1. “Vanessa” – Grimes – Darkbloom EP EP (Sept. 22; Mission Santa Cruz)
2. “Hot Mess” – Chromeo – Business Casual (Sept. 24; Metropolis)
3. “Bizness” – tUnE-yArDs – w h o k i l l (Sept 23; Ukrainian Federation)
4. “The Base of A Dream is Empty” – Yuck – Yuck (Sept 24; Cabaret du Mile-End)
5. “Diamond Way” – JEFF the Brotherhood – We Are The Champions (Sept 23; Club Soda)
6. “Shipwreck” – Random Recipe – Fold It! Mold It! (Sept. 24; Ubisoft Rooftop
7. “Ruby D.” – Les Sexareenos – 14 Frenzied Shakers (Sept 24; Little Burgundy POP Loft)
8. “Miscalculations” – Miracle Fortress – Was I the Wave? (Sept 23; Mission Santa Cruz)
9. “Gucci Rag Top” – Kid Sister feat. Gucci Mane – Kiss Kiss Kiss (Sept 23; Le Belmont)
10. “Emergency Room” – Ford & Lopatin – Channel Pressure (Sept 24; SAT)

SIDE B: RISING STARS

11. “Summer Fling” – The Vandelles – Summer Fling (Sept 24; Cabaret du Mile-End)
12. “Hawaii” – No Joy – Ghost Blonde (Sept 22; Little Burgundy POP Loft)
13. “High School Roaches” – Bass Drum of Death – GB City (Sept 21; Divan Orange)
14. “Serious Bedtime” – The Balconies – Kill Count EP (Sept 21; Café Campus)
15. “Black Hand” – Cotton Mouth – Tour EP (Sept 23; Mission Santa Cruz)
16. “Filthy Love” – We Are Enfant Terrible – Single (Sept 24; Metropolis)
17. “Blind Spots” – She’s Got A Habit – Single (Sept 24; Belmont)
18. “On The Plains” – Alessi’s Ark – Time Travel (Sept 24; Corona Theatre)
19. “Holding On To Something” – Parlovr – Koolsoul (Sept 24; l’Escogriffe)
20. “Single Status” – Mozart’s Sister – Dear Fear (Sept 23; Mission Santa Cruz)

Total
0
Shares

Comments are closed.

Previous Article

World in brief

Next Article

Ken Dryden visits Concordia

Related Posts

Straight up and down

First and foremost, The Roots show at Metropolis last week was incredible. Having seen them several times before with disappointment, I was skeptical. But this time the performance was all love. On stage for nearly three hours, the legendary Illadelph crew went from playing their own classics to doing a 20-minute blend covering songs from Tribe to Lil Jon.