Sunday, September 17th, 2017
Pop Montréal x Indie Montréal present:
IMTL Day Party & Brunch
with Mat Vézio, Figure Walking, Walrus, Laura Babin and Chanda M
Divan Orange | 4234 St. Laurent, Montréal
Doors 12h00 | Show 12h30
As every year, Indie Montreal team puts up its apron and offers, in partnership with Pop Montreal, a Day Party & Brunch!
Opportunity for you to discover favorite emerging bands, while enjoying a delicious buffet prepared by Indie Montreal care, for just 7$
Book now on the below link!
12:30 PM | MAT VEZIO
Coming straight out of bands like Mille Monarques, L’indice and Feathership, the multi-instrumentalist Mat Vezio takes center stage to present his very first record, Avant la mort des fleurs cueillies, with Simone Records. Soaked with an undeniable flair for gripping melodies, the singer-songwriter unveils twelve tracks displaying the array of nuances within him.
01:30 PM | LAURA BABIN
With partners in crime who support her, but confront her and make her progress, Laura Babin builds more than a project of composition of texts and music: she wants to create a universe. She wants to share an enveloping atmosphere full of sensations that make the listeners travel. She wants to arouse a get together and an exchange of experience.
02:30 PM | WALRUS
Walrus is comprised of four members channeling their inner psychedelia, with songs that range from trance to surf. Their music will adhere to all levels of inebriation or consciousness.
Walrus takes you swiftly into a dream you'll find yourself never wanting to wake up from.
Goo goo ga’joob!
03:30 PM | FIGURE WALKING
With The Big Other —a flawlessly cohesive debut, packed with clear-headed rock songs— Canada’s Figure Walking have provided an up-to-the-second, human response to an increasingly neoliberal world. The two-piece, based in Winnipeg, infamous as Canada's coldest, most racist city, have taken social criticism and justice to heart, creating an album that is meaningful, unconventional, and exciting.
04:30 pm | CHANDA M
Chanda M is the nom de plume of Mona Lissa Chanda, an artist who’s journey is filled with delicious paradoxes that fuel her creativity. She is also a Ph.D. in Psychology practicing her first love—music and poetry. Driven by this dual passion for music and sciences, she worked as a researcher at McGill University and published papers on the neurochemistry of music together with New York Times best-selling author Dr. Daniel J. Levitin.