Pop Montreal 2010: The Videos

Posted on October 5, 2010 |

Still recuperating from last week’s 5-night marathon of shows,
which luckily (depending on the night) I will get to experience
all over again in 2 weeks time for the 2010 CMJ Music Marathon in
The Big Apple.

As a famous L.A. movie cop once said: “I’m gettin’ too old for
this shit”

The highlight of Pop Montreal 2010 for me would be Timber Timbre
@ the Ukraine Federation. You could’ve heard a pin drop
the whole time they were on stage. Their music totally
took me to another place and time.

They were simply amazing.

German Digital Hardcore troublemakers Atari Teenage Riot @
Les Foufounes Electriques was an all out assault on my senses.

The sight of those non-stop strobing lights made me bordeline
epileptic, those relentless beats made me dizzy and the stench
of stale beer and piss permeating all around Les Foufounes
was nauseating … damn it if it wasn’t one of the best show
the Pop Montreal crew ever put on.

Other highlights
including shuffling my feet to the sweet
New Order-ish inspired beats from electro-rock outfit
Delphic @ Le National and the sweet shoegaze / electro-y
sounds of Brooklyn band The Depreciation Guild.

Check out
some of the videos I shot during the festival.

If you know some of the song titles, do let me know in the
comment section. I was too lazy too look them up.

Timber Timbre - “Demon Host”

Timber Timbre - “Magic Arrow”

Timber Timbre - “I Get Low”

Atari Teenage Riot

Atari Teenage Riot

Atari Teenage Riot

Delphic - “Counterpoint”

Delphic - “This Momentary”

The Dears - New Song

Bear In Heaven

The Depreciation Guild

The Depreciation Guild

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2 Responses to “Pop Montreal 2010: The Videos”

  1. p.w.
    October 5th, 2010 @ 10:45 pm

    i only went to the atr show during popmontreal this year. the seizure-inducing effects and sketchy foufs setting were perfect for this band.

    and you got some awesome videos!

  2. jean-francois
    October 9th, 2010 @ 11:01 pm

    Nice videos for the Depreciation Guild! Did you stayed for Film School ?

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