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Comments : Another very good show by Alexandre St-Onge, who is definitely one of my favourite avant-garde artists in Montreal. A really good musical piece accompained by a great set up and performance.
Comments : A nice and analogic show to start the evening, growing in intensity towards the end. It is definitely great to see that a musican cares of bringing a real organ on stage to play, and analogic equipment really make the difference.
Frontera/Trigger Roka Bend In The Road El Gatillo (Trigger Revisited) Writer's Minor Holiday Man Made Lake The News About William Quattro Inspiracion Two Silver Trees House Of Valparaiso Sunken Waltz Black Heart Not Even Stevie Nicks Fractured Air (Tornado Watch) Güero Canelo Minas De Cobre Victor Jara's Hand Crystal Frontier Red Blooms
Comments : Tonight was the third time I saw Calexico and I found the show a bit disappointing compared to the last time (Quebec City in 2005). I quite like the new album Carried To Dust, and the band members are still pretty good musicians but the recent live performances sound weaker to me, like something was missing... humm...
Aerial Window Sills Middlenight Exact To Me Sporting Life An Assassin The Argument An Echo In A Fuller moon A Man Who Never Sees A Pretty Girl The Biz Weekend On A Letter Untitled Crossing The Line Bonus Track Coconut Parasol
Comments : A quite nice and intimate show with really great moments, although it took me a couple of songs to really get into it. Surprisingly, The Sea & Cake seem to attract a much smaller audience than Tortoise, but this was exactly the kind of show I needed after last night's Nine Inch Nails.
Comments : I used to be a big NIN fan, but I kind of lost interest in the band after the release of With Teeth in 2005. Tonight's performance was visually amazing with an great light show and great energy on stage, but the recent tracks did not convince me musically at all. Still a pretty nice concert and a good evening.
Comments : Every time I have seen Nine Inch Nails in concert, they brought pretty amazing opening acts (Pig in 1994, Atari Teenage Riot in 1999,...). Having heared a lot of good things about Boris, they were definitely a band I wanted to see. Despite the size of the venue and the rather "uninterested" audience, Boris gave a pretty good show tonight and I look forward to see them again in a more comfortable venue soon.