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M for Montreal fest announces full 2014 lineup

Heat @ Union Pool during CMJ (more by Amanda Hatfield)

M for Montreal was just here for CMJ, hosting a nine-hour showcase on Friday (10/24) at Arlene's Grocery with Lydia Ainsworth, HEAT, Homeshake, The Muscadettes and more...

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stream PyPy’s ‘Pagan Day’ album ++ updated tour dates

PyPy, the Montreal underground supergroup fronted by Duchess Says' Annie-Claude and Red Mass/CPC Gangbangs' Choyce, release their debut album, Pagan Day, next week (2/11) via Slovenly / Black Gladiator...

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PyPy (mems of Duchess Says and CPC Gangbangs) ready debut LP, playing shows in February (dates, streams)

February will see the release of Pagan Day, the debut album from PyPy, a Montreal underground supergroup of sorts with Choyce of Red Mass/CPC Gangbangs and Annie-Claude of Duchess Says, plus other members of both those bands...

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M for Montreal 2012: day 3 review (Pat Jordache, PyPy, Yardlets, Cousins + more)

Freedom...horrible freedom! One thing M for Montreal, part festival part industry conference, was previously known for was its tightly-controlled schedule...

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2012 M for Montreal Festival: full line-up (Death Grips, A Place to Bury Strangers, Of Monsters & Men, Mac DeMarco + more)

The seventh annual M for Montreal festival happens next week (November 14 - 17) in its namesake Canadian city. Previous years, M4M has featured mainly Montreal (and other parts of Canada) artists, being showcased to a group of "international delgates" (talent buyers, journalists, music supervisors, tour agenents and other industry types) in a tightly controlled set of shows, this year's fest expands its scope with nearly 100 performer at 16 venues, giving it more of an actual festival feel than an industry conference that has music showcases the public could by tickets to...

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