Our return from exile, just in time for the new fall podcast fashions!
Finally, you’ll be able to brag to your friends that you’re wise to the ABC’s of crack.
Also featured: Tales from Nuit Blanche! It’s always a good day when I can name-drop Euripides and make a pedophilia joke. But what did you get up to during our “all night contemporary art thing”TM?
We’ll talk to you again, say in another few weeks?
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Molar Radio: 2007-10-11
Size: 19.0 MB
00:00 Kill Cheerleader: Turn It On
01:10 The ABC’s of crack
06:00 Subway tracks are dangerous
08:15 Nuit Blanche
08:55 Interpretive dance at House of Lancaster, and an ice house
12:15 Tense times at Bloor and Lansdowne!
20:55 Ephemeral scribbles
24:10 Lower Bay “ghost station” — the art of line-ups
25:10 Kensington’s broken AssBook, tree notes, Punch & Judy show
26:45 Nuit Blanche in Ancient Greece
28:20 Comics/Film: Persepolis
32:15 Film: Rocket Science
38:00 “Ironic” is the new “random” — misuse it today!
Shows & Events
10/26 Ween — The Docks
10/28 Pedestrian Sundays in Kensington Market: Halloween!
11/02 ZUKU — Smiling Buddha
Yay another show. Ironic that it didn’t show up in my podcatcher until this morning though (Oct 26) Alanis wept.
I did the Nuit Blanche thing as well, but didn’t make it out to the west end, though there was a great gallery at Bathurst and King which included old 50’s and 60’s jukebox films, and a cube made out of popcorn, with moving pieces. Definitely the highlight of the show for me. Lower Bay was KIND of interesting, but I’m glad that I didn’t go until about 3 am, when there was no line up. Earlier in the evening it was about 2 hrs long.
I’ve got to agree with your review of Rocket Science. It did have it’s moments, but it sure did have all the quirks of an ‘indie’ film, defined not by it’s budget but by it’s style. (In an almost accurate use of the word) ironically, just like record companies, movie companies have learned that ‘indie’ can be marketed to a certain segment of the population, just like the record labels learned in the early 90’s that “alternative” and “rap” could be marketed to disaffected youths, leading to homogenization of those genres…
Hope you made it to the Zombie Walk. Although I was still somewhat sick with a cold (though past the contagious point), I ended up going, and had a blast.
Favourite Zombie? – Rocker Zombie who was carrying his electric guitar hooked up to a little fuzzbox, occasionally strumming a grungy chord and grunting incoherently zombie like.
And finally, what keeps me listening is the saga of Fernando.
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