Theme song : Ulrich Schnauss– A Strangely Isolated Place – “Monday Paracetamol”
The Postal Service – Give Up – Brand New Colony
Junior Boys – Be Gone Dull Care – Bits and Pieces
Röyksopp – Melody A.M. – “Remind Me (Ernest St. Laurent Moonfish Mix)”
Nans and Nat – Nans and Nat – “Tell Me”
The Presets – Calypso – “This Boy’s In Love”
Hercules and Love Affair – Blue Songs – “Step Up featuring Kele Okereke”
Arts and Culture Listings:
“An/UnEqual Quebec?” video-discussion night. An event created by CitizenShift
Miriam Fahmy, editor of L’état du Québec, will host a discussion on the subject with our invitees: Mr. Alain Noël, professor of political science at the University of Montreal, and local filmmakers Car…men Garcia (Qui a tiré sur mon frère?, Voyage de Nadia, L’affaire Coca-Cola, Falardeau) and Karen Cho (In the Shadow of Gold Mountain, Past Lives, Seeking Refuge). Selected clips from their films will be shown.
We will also be showing the finalists in our Social Ad contest “An/UnEqual Quebec” and announcing the winners! Prizes will also be awarded.”
$5 advance | $7 door
La Sala Rossa
4848 St. Laurent
Featuring performances by :
“Join us for evening of beautiful music @ Sala Rossa featuring solo performances by the amazing bass saxophone player Jason Sharp, a quartet lead-by guitarist Nick Kuepfer and a special harp duet by Sarah Pagé/Robin Best. Howl! concert series aims to highlight Montreal-based artists rooted in Montreal’s fiercely creative independent arts community.”
Howl! is presented in collaboration with:
Wired on Words and Music
Four Minutes to Midnight :: 23:56
Suoni per il Popolo festival
For more information : 514 982 6606 x. 2244
Lemon Chill – Sentant – “Reflections”
Sabrina’s Secret Stash on NYC’s electronic, nu-disco, synth-loving DJ/production duo, Holy Ghost! (Nick Millhiser and Alex Frankel) Highly influenced by late 70s, early 80s synth music, the album is already on my best of list along with Beth Ditto‘s Ep!) Their highly addictive, danceable debut, self-titled album will be released Tuesday, April 5th in North America on DFA Records. The same day that they will be in town opening for Cut Copy @ Club Soda (1225, boul Saint-Laurent) ! A show and album not to be missed (synth aficionados will surely dig these sounds and beats! We sure did @ MMA! ) Some serious old/new skool jams burning up our MMA dancefloor! This one is going to be a spring/summer album in heavy rotation!
file under: nu-disco, electro, synth-pop, Italdisco, alternative dance, new wave, funk
If you dig Holy Ghost! check out some the musicians who have influenced them: New Order, Giorgio Moroder, Italian electronic musician/producer, ALexander Robotnick, soul/ disco singer Sylvester, Pet Shop Boys, Human League, LCD Soundsystem, Rick James to name a few…
Holy Ghost!‘s debut has a few guest appearances from the likes of Juan MacLean, late drummer Jerry Fuchs, Luke Jenner of The Rapture, Chris Glover, aka Penguin Prison, and Michael McDonald on album closer, “Some Children”
Songs played : “Hold On,” “Hold My Breath,” “I Will Come Back,” and “Static on the Wire”
I Will Come Back, is pretty much a shot-for-shot remake of New Order‘s “Confusion” video, including Arthur Baker reprising his role from the original. The song is included on excellent “Static on the Wire” EP, released on the 18 May 2010 and on the self-titled Lp!
Hold On – Live
Zoreen’s Medical Report, interview with nutritionist, Ella G. from CSSS Cavendish / CLSC René-Cassin.
Esther B‘s interview with with Joseph Sannicandro who spoke about his with Lost Children Net Label.
Case study about a label growing up in a space where economy and social territories are not easily defined. We highly recommend checking out the great music on their website! Lost Children Net Label releases are digitally distributed through Archive.org and ClearBits.net under a Creative Commons by-nc-nd 3.0 license and are as such free to share.
Faravelliratti – Con Fuoco d’Occhi un Nostlgico Lupo – Saw Dust
(The title comes from the poem “Con Fuoco” by the Italian poet Giuseppe Ungaretti.)
Black Swan – (In 8 Movements) – Part I