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Confabulation #31 • Cassandra Togneri

May 23, 2015

For Confabulation’s 5th Anniversary on May 2nd, 2015, we had a night filled with Montreal Stories — stories that could only happen here, that remind us why we love this city, or that just feel like this place. An homage to the city where Confabulation dug it’s roots.

This week on the show we bring one of those stories, shared by Cassandra Togneri.

Edge of the City #152 • Sketch & Comedy

May 20, 2015

A podcast all about comedy with Montreal Sketchfest, The Brunch Club, and gators?

This week we talk Montreal Sketchfest’s 10th year with producer Erin Hall, and sketch comedy troupes HOT RAW FIRE, Steph Tolev from Ladystache, and Peter ‘n Chris. Also, check out the Women in Comedy panel happening on Saturday May 23, 2015 at Montreal’s Theatre St. CatherineMontreal Sketchfest runs from May 21st – May 30th, 2015.

We also speak with comedian Mike Lawrence, who will be making an appearance at the season closer of The Brunch Club on Friday May 22, 2015 at La Vitrola in Montreal.

Also, go see Christophe Davidson at the Comedyworks, he headlining from May 21st – May 23rd, 2015!

This week’s podcast features music from Tom West, The Unsettlers, and The Steady Swagger.

Music's Mitosis #12 • Girl in a Band

May 20, 2015
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This episode is an ode to Kim Gordon’s new memoir Girl in a Band. Sheenah Ko (High Dials, Besnard Lakes), Lisa Moore (Blood and Glass) and Tillie Perks (Valleys) joined Amy in studio to talk about all things lady music. We kinda want to turn the podcast into just this. Cool? But seriously, Amy could talk about Sinead forever…

Dirty Feet #131 • The Art of Non-Curation • ENG

May 19, 2015
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We discuss the art of non-curation in the particular context of the St-Ambroise Montreal FRINGE Festival. The artists presented by the festival are chosen by lottery or on a first come basis, eliminating the typical middle-man/presenter role. We invite Executive and Artistic Director, Amy Blackmore and General Manager, Geoff Agombar in studio to talk about all of this, and the festival’s impact on the Montreal community.