The latest instalment of the McGill Music Sessions features Notta Comet performing jazzy, angsty blends of math rock among the pots, pans, and paprika of the Midnight Kitchen. What accompanies healthy, vegan, PWYC meals better than local indie rock presented by CKUT and TVM?! Nothing, that’s what.
Notta Comet makes sounds that are a little bit math, a little bit jazz, and a lot bit awesome. Check it out!
We recently set out on a mission to clean up CKUT.
A rare and momentous occasion that happens every 20 years or so, give or take a few decades. Among the many things we found in storage (crates of stale beer, what was either a hidden dungeon or perhaps just storage space, and cobwebby hints suggesting the existence of possibly giant spiders
) we found some pots and other kitchen supplies that belonged to Midnight Kitchen
. I took it upon myself to return these items to their rightful owners.
I set out on an epic adventure filled with harsh and unfamiliar terrain (a flight of stairs + the Mcgill Campus), wizards and dragons (check my t-shirt above) and hordes gathered from near and far, drawn to the fabled McGill Frosh week festival.
All in all it was quite a successful journey, I destroyed the one ring brought some kitchen utensils back to their proper owners, and I cleared a bit of space for ckut with nary a scratch aside from sore shoulders from the heavy utensils.