Last Friday TVM and CKUT stopped in on Slight (formerly Vostok 1) in their jam space and occasional underground music venue The Plant to capture a glorious little moment in space and time. Prepare yourself for some trip-y tones, leafy looks, and make sure to catch the band’s EP release show (featuring Nick Keupfer, Sea Oleena, Year of Glad and DJ Noah Bick) as part of this year’s Total Eclipse Concert Series!
If yr digging the tune-age, I highly recommend you send your browser in the direction of their brand spankin’ new Facebook Page, and if you want to hear more tunes, run as fast as you can to the Bandcamp.
Filmography by Sarah Leitner and Sasha Crawford-Holland
Soundography by Dorian Scheidt
More videos with similar similarites but very different differences coming atcha next week!
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A couple weeks back we teamed up once again with the ever-fabulous TVM to film another McGill-related act in another McGill-related place. This time, the band were The This Many Boyfriends Club, and the spot was the Royal Victoria College residence cafeteria.
They brought some friends along, there is more than a little dancing going on.
We had a great time last weekend teaming up once again with TVM to make another awesome live performance video, this time featuring local rock troupe Trade Secrets! We were lucky enough to be able to film in the pseudo-legendary Douglas Hall Cafeteria, the most Hogwartz-esq locale on McGill Campus.
These dudes came in a performed live on the September 21st edition If You Got Ears program hosted by Joe Winer. When they dropped in they brought along a couple of buds, one of whom was weilding a mammoth VHS camcorder and so voila! A video was born.
We have a bit of a raccoon problem around here. Or, rather, a raccoon blessing? Our offices are right up close to the mountaintop park space so we get lotsa nature going on at CKUT (check out the charts from July 19th to get an idea). Take yesterday when Amber glanced out of the window next to her desk and came face-to-face with a fairly sizable raccoon, which gave both parties a bit of a start. Our masked friend quickly made her exit down the fire escape stairs. Shortly afterward we heard a curious plinking sound punctuating our music listening session. We looked out and up and there were three baby raccons eating (and dropping) snacks! Observe:
Check back for more posts later in the day! For now, here’s an archival photo of one of AJ’s encounters from last year.