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Music's Mitosis #10 • Pang Attack

April 1, 2015
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Pang Attack is made up of three Montreal dudes. Though the members have been parts of many bands over the years ranging from folk to rock and even punk, the sound they make together is much softer and harder to put in a box. This is music for driving in the sun, for making strawberry jam, for pining for a lost lover. It is gentle and deep and just in time for what better be a long hot summer.

Songs we played: Gulag, Bow Down Frailty, Jaguar

 

Confabulation #26 • Dmitri Vitaliev

March 27, 2015
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This week we bring you a story from Dmitri Vitaliev, he is a journalist, and also the founder of Equalit, a company that develops open and reusable systems with a focus on privacy, online security, and information management.

This story is from October 2011’s Scares and Scars Redux.

Edge of the City #147 • A touch of everything

March 26, 2015
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The Brunch Club presents their debut comedy show with Big Jay Oakerson at Montreal’s Theatre Ste. Catherine, with opener Morgan O’Shea on Friday, March 27, 2015. We spoke with comedy producer Sasha Manoli about this new project, and their first show.

At the Quebec Drama Federation‘s Spring Calendar Launch, We spoke with Mike Payette from Montreal’s Tableau d’Hote Theatre about the English Montreal Premiere of Hosana by Michel Tremblay. We also sat down with Quincy Armorer from Black Theatre Workshop about their latest production of Random by debbie tucker green, a co-production with Imago Theatre, directed Micheline Chevrier.

This week’s podcast features new music from Gabrielle Papillon. Her long anticipated album, The Tempest of Old, has been released! Go buy it now! You know you want to!

This week’s podcast also features music from Brie Nielson and her Othermen, and Heirloom.

Dirty Feet #123 • Marie-France Jacques & Nicolas Cantin • FR

March 24, 2015
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La choréographe et interprète Marie-France Jacques nous parle de sa dernière création aSPIRE qui mélange la transformation de sa sensation d’une réalité intérieure en mouvements, la conception sonor à Joël Lavoie ainsi que la conception d’écralare à Angéline St-Amour. Ce spectacle sera à l’affiche au Gésu à Montréal le 14 avril 2015 dans le cadre du festival Vue sur la relève. Then we welcome Nicolas Cantin in studio to talk about his career and his several projects up until now. He will be remounting Klumzy at Usine C, here in Montréal.

Choreographer and performer, Marie-France Jacques, speaks with us about her solo choreographic creation, aSPIRE. The work will be presented at the Gésu theatre in Montréal on April 14, 2015 as a part of the Vue sur la relève festival. Also invloved in the project are Angéline St-Amour, for lighting design, and Joël Lavoie for sound design. Then we welcome Nicolas Cantin in studio to talk about his career and his several projects up until now. He will be remounting Klumzy at Usine C, here in Montréal.