From North Of America Vol. 1

In Montréal, Procrastination Compilations on March 9, 2010 at 2:23 pm

So a few weeks ago I made a mixtape (mixcdr?) for a friend compiled from Montreal bands and a few who have members who are at or went to McGill. It seems appropriate that I post it here. I have entitled it “From North Of America Vol. 1” and it consists of 19 songs that serve as a good introduction to the Montreal/McGill music scene.

Artist – Song [Website]
1. Braids – Liver and Tan []
2. Postcards – Krayons []
3. Tonstartssbandht – Midnite Cobras []
4. The Pop Winds – In Harmony []
5. The Crown Vandals – Guenevere []
6. Silly Kissers – Halloween Summer []
7. Tonstartssbandht – Black Country []
8. Dirty Beaches – Low Rider []
9. Bent By Elephants – Mollie’s Song []
10. Omon Ra – Wilhelmson []
11. Homosexual Cops – I’m a Homosexual Cop []
12. Think About Life – Johanna []
13. Chef Brian – Promo 09.09 []
14. Coulees – Eat Apricots (Demo) []
15. The Hoof & The Heel – FIREWORKS []
16. Brave Radar – Brush Fire []
17. The Pop Winds – Elgin Stream []
18. Tonstartssbandht – Welsh Souper []
19. Braids – Lemonade []

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  1. […] county in which I reside). We have an ongoing series of mixtapes featuring music from Canada called From North Of America, and so I figured it would be appropriate to also have an ongoing series of music by local […]

  2. […] Good introduction to the Montreal Indie scene… A taste for everyone. Compiled by Midday Pro. […]

  3. […] & The Heel have an excellent video for their fantastic song Fireworks (which was featured on Vol. 1 of the From North Of America compilation series). It was directed and edited by Bryan Schlam. Really nice style. It’s NSFW […]

  4. […] for a buddy to get to know the excellence that is the city in which I know reside, and so I made From North Of America Vol. 1. This new volume to the series was put together by Arnold and myself, with kind input from Steve […]

  5. […] of the members of Braids are older than 21. Despite that, they’ve been around so long in the Montréal scene that they almost seem like established grandparents to some of the city’s […]

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