Day 2 of Pop Montreal couldn’t come in the worst time which was mostly weather related. I am talking mostly about the rain but it was still a busy night to check out the acts playing. Sadly I didn’t get to see Women, the Arbutus Records showcase, Bonjay and Holy Fuck. Here is how my …
My first day/night of Pop Montreal. During the day I went up to the Notman House and pick up my media pass. Chilled out there for abit. The musicians who I happened to see coming in or playing either Fooseball or Table-tennis and Nintendo were: Cadence Weapon Members of Silly Kissers Holger Little Scream Stef …
There was a live performance on Sparks Street on September 25, 2010 It was part of CultureDays.ca taking place all over Canada. The show was broadcast on CBC Radio One’s Bandwidth, with host Adam Saikaley. The acts that played were: Hilotrons Renee Yoxon The Peptides
It was a indie pop night at Mavericks on September 23, 2010. Playing at the show were: Winter Gloves Ennuie Street Meat It also happened to be a album release show for Winter Gloves which they dropped their second album All Red (Review, click here).
It was a interesting September 18th night at Zaphod Beeblebrox. Playing wereL DVAS Fire and Neon Noah
Wow! It was a wonderful September 17th evening at Raw Sugar Cafe. Playing at the show were: Forest City Lovers Loon Choir *Photos on the wall are by Becca Wallace.
It was a wicked fun sweaty sold out show at Babylon on September 15, 2010. Playing at the show were: Caribou The Russian Futurists
On September 11th (whoa! nine years already!?) I went to see four bands at Ottawa U. Went to see: Radio Radio Whale Tooth Hotshotcasino USS
Went to the Live Lounge on September 10th. The bands playing were: Bravestation Dora Alexander
It was a busy packing show at Raw Sugar Cafe on September 4, 2010. The weather was changing and it was chilly outside but inside Raw Sugar Cafe was already rock hot. Despite a distraction by firetrucks, ambulance and the po-po on Somerset. Apparently there was a fire on a building. Friends and families came …