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FME 2019 in Rouyn-Noranda, Canada, August 29th, 2019

Sep 17, 2019 Photography by Thomas Dufresne, Christian Leduc, and Louis Jalbert FME
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“We like to create souvenirs.” These are not my words but those of Jenny Thibault, one of the founders and festival directors of FME, Quebec’s largest musical showcase event.

Le Festival De Musique Emergent (to give it its full title) started back in 2003. “We had this crazy idea back in 2002 because we were tired of having to travel to Montreal and Toronto just to see some good shows,” admits Thibault. “Also, we were stuck with whatever music was being played on the radio or MTV, so it was a way to bring good music to our own place instead of travelling. We did the first edition in 2003 with 22 bands and a budget of $60k! We had one of our friends cook for the artists and we ran a summer camp in the woods for the musicians.”

This year’s event marked its 17th edition and arguably FME’s biggest yet in terms of attendees from outside the region (40% of its total). Attracting music industry delegates from around the world, some as far afield as Belgium, Chile, France, and of course the UK, its become a truly international affair whilst arguably putting both the town where its hosted and Quebec’s diverse music scenes on the map.

Held in Rouyn-Noranda-a place that isn’t so much off the beaten track, but literally at the end of it-over four days from Thursday August 29 to Sunday September 1. FME brings together not only the best musical talent from Quebec and its surrounding regions, but also a sprinkling of international acts with a wealth of experience (noise rock experimentalists The Young Gods from Switzerland and Texan sonic annihilators ...And You Will Know Us By the Trail Of Dead to name but two).

The town is situated approximately 10 hours away from Montreal, a journey yours truly undertakes by coach. On the way we pass large areas of forestry land, ravines, and mountainsides. It’s about as picturesque a road trip as one is likely to experience and definitely not your average stretch of the M6 motorway back home in England. On entering Rouyn-Noranda it looks like any other town. With a population of around 40,000 its smaller than most other cities hosting similar kinds of multi-venued events, yet what it lacks in size is immediately boosted by the sense of community and camaraderie within.

“We have 400 volunteers working on the festival. Many of them have been there since the beginning,” Thibault tells us. “It’s a very collaborative community project. The people from this region are used to helping each other and sharing. We are isolated in a small city so people need to be very cooperative with their neighbors and build good relationships with other communities. The people here own the festival. It’s the biggest event of the year for all the local businesses. It’s their busiest weekend of the year. They love the festival because it brings tourism and money into the town.”

Indeed, when checking out the venues-most of which are cafes, restaurants, bars and even a music school, which doubles up as a hub for press and delegates over the course of the weekend-it’s clear to see this is no ordinary showcase festival. While the industry presence is there for all to see, “buzz bands” aren’t forced down people’s throats by unscrupulous bookers and agents. Here, their ethos is more about creating a friendly vibe; to create multinational networks between various segments of the industry, as well as simply watching bands.

Pop up bars selling beer out the boots of cars appear in parking lots, as do stages made out of crates and amplifiers powered by portable generators. A local punk band Scrapyard set up and play on the Saturday evening, mainly because-as the vocalist says-“the festival wouldn’t book us.” Their music might be a throwback to 1980s UK street punk but for the residents of Rouyn-Noranda, this is their rebellion and the burgeoning, frenzied moshpit out front tells its own story even though the temperature has dropped considerably as we near midnight.

FME and Quebec’s biggest success story is undoubtedly its local hip-hop scene. “We have 3,000 people attending the outdoor stages every night,” insists Thibault. “For the hip hop shows we sell a lot of tickets to local people.” With an age demographic that mostly ranges from 13 years of age to 30, the outdoor stage is clearly where it’s at. Showcasing the best in hip-hop from Quebec and its surrounding areas, it’s difficult to compare this kind of devotion to any other scene in the world except maybe grime when it started to emerge from the UK underground in the early part of the decade. While Quebec rapper Loud is the main attraction here, having already broken FME attendance records for pulling the festival’s biggest live audience 12 months earlier, it’s Sarahmee who steals the show. Her fusion of trap and R&B combined with Afro and Latin influences making for an intriguing yet ultimately rewarding collage of sounds and ideas.

Walking around the town’s venues, there are similarities with more established events like SXSW and The Great Escape (although thankfully, minus the never ending queues). “We went to SXSW a couple of times,” admits Thibault. “Rouyn-Noranda is a much smaller city than Austin. When we started there were no outdoor stages, just small ones in restaurants and bars. Sandy Boutin, who co-founded FME has travelled to a lot of festivals around Europe as well so we’ve been inspired by a lot of smaller events, particularly in France. We exchange ideas with other festivals, so for example, a lot of French festivals decorate their streets, which is something we consider to be very important. It’s become part of this festival’s DNA.”

Nevertheless, it’s the broad church of musical genres that’s a particular highlight of FME. No matter what your musical bag may be, there really is something here for everyone, as Jenny Thibault is quick to point out.

“We pride ourselves in showcasing a broad range of very different kinds of music. We have electro shows; punk shows and hip-hop because it’s very popular here. Sometimes we have exchange shows with other European festivals. This year we have a partnership with Switzerland, which is why we have four Swiss bands on the line up. It’s really cultured.”

It’s difficult to argue with those sentiments. In the first 24 hours alone that Under the Radar spends in Rouyn-Noranda, we’re treated to a master class in electro pop from Montreal duo Ellemetue, who feature Mingo L’Indien from early 2000s noise makers Les Georges Leningrad in their line-up. Then there was art punk weirdness courtesy of Montreal outfit Red Mass and pastoral folk from Brazilian musician Sessa and choir, whose gorgeous take on Jacco Gardner-esque psychedelic hymns makes for an interesting soundtrack for the early evening diners who’ve packed out tiny street side café L’Abstracto. Then of course there’s The Young Gods, a band who’ve inspired David Bowie and Trent Reznor among a host of others throughout their 34 years of existence. Uncompromising as ever, they use the first half of their set to showcase material from Data Mirage Tangram, the trio’s recently released first new album in nine years before delving into the realms of their extensive back catalogue in the latter stages. In any other setting they’d probably be dismissed as awkward but here in the intimate confines of Petit Theatre Du Vieux Noranda their repertoire makes for an exquisite finale of the first night’s proceedings.

Sunday is traditionally metal night at FME, which provides an opportunity for three of Quebec’s heaviest outfits to flaunt their wares to a near capacity Petit Theatre Du Vieux Noranda. “For metal night we work with some local industry people who program shows throughout the year as the metal scene is very popular here,” Thibault tells us. Openers Archons are greeted like returning prodigal sons, having initially formed in Rouyn-Noranda back in 2006. Their melodic death metal goes down a storm, particularly with one four-year-old who spends the entire set on his dad’s shoulders screaming along to every word while making obligatory devil horn signals towards the stage. Even better from a theatrical perspective are Necrotic Mutation, a seven-piece death metal outfit from Quebec whose origins can be traced back to the early ‘90s. Meanwhile, headliners Despised Icon fully justify their status as arguably the most reputable death metal act to emerge from the region, their hour and a quarter long set celebrating 2009’s fourth album Day of Mourning which is played in full, alongside newer material written since their return in 2016 after a four year hiatus.

(Photo: Necrotic Mutation)

(Photo: Despised Icon)

Psychedelia and all things post-punk also have a place here and the acts associated with those scenes also draw healthy crowds. “We are working with Marilyne Lacombe who works on Distorsion, which is a Quebec psych fest,” adds Thibault. “She is the newest member of the team, has a lot of contacts and knows a lot of bands from the U.S.”

Chilean trio LA Julia Smith stand out, not least because their musical direction changes dramatically at various intervals over the two shows they play. Hailing from the same scene as (and occasionally sharing members with) Follakzoid, their heady mix of instrumental psych rock, visceral garage punk, and progressive blues produces an array of outstanding highs that only veers off course when they go for the more traditional song structure of verse-chorus-verse. Quebec trio Victime also impress, singing entirely in French throughout and playing a variety of angular post-punk that harks back to the halcyon era of Delta 5, The Au Pairs, and Kleenex. They’re one of the region’s hidden musical gems we implore you to check out, particularly last year’s excellent La Femme Taupe long player which we track down in the town’s excellent Joubec store, which actually specializes in Playmobil children’s toys as well as vinyl records.

(Photo: LA Julia Smith)

Another band that catches our eye are Material Girls, a five-piece art punk collective from Atlanta. Instruments and vocalists are swapped throughout a set that’s equal parts Fat White Family style debauchery and Lydia Lunch affronted agit-pop. The biggest name the bill undoubtedly belongs to ...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead, and their decision to play 2002’s critically acclaimed Source Tags & Codes album in full proves a wise one, culminating in a 15 minute version of fan favorite “A Perfect Teenhood” off that album’s predecessor Madonna. The four-piece-founders Conrad Keely and Jason Reece joined by recent additions Aaron Blount on guitar and bass player Alec Padron-seem a revitalised force, which bodes well for their next album.

(Photo: ...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead)

Suitably impressed by everything we’ve seen over the course of its four days, Under the Radar asks Jenny Thibault if she can pick out a favorite or most memorable edition over the course of the festival’s 17 years.

“I remember the first one because it was crazy! We were a little team back then. For the 10th and 15th editions we did a stage on the lake and two years ago we had Jean Dujardin play, who’s a very well known singer from Rouyn-Noranda. We did a tribute show for him, but he was there sitting on the lake and at the end he just ran on the stage and started playing with the other musicians! It was a very touching moment for us as he was part of our first edition of the festival. We’ve tried many different things over the years. We had A Silver Mt Zion and Godspeed You! Black Emperor playing in the Russian Orthodox Church, which was amazing.”

Also struggling to pick out any one particular performance as an overall highlight, although both La Force, the left field chamber pop project of Broken Social Scene member Ariel Engle, and Adam Naas, a French soul singer whose crystalline vocal performance captures the spirit of Prince and David McAlmont, deserve a mention at this point. It goes without saying FME stands out as one of the most refreshing, industry led showcase events we’ve ever experienced and even though it’s not the easiest to navigate logistically, is well worth the time and patience as the rewards are unerring.

(Photo: Adam Naas)

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April 23rd 2009

this album is amazing!

April 26th 2009

What a weird combo. ‘The Last Picture Show’ is a great film.

Frank L.
April 27th 2009

This movie so rocks.  I loved it.

April 27th 2009

It’s weird, “That Beep” sounds so much like Annie. AIH have definitely changed up their style.

April 29th 2009

A lackluster DVD so mediocre that it’s been reviewed twice on this website!

concerned fan
April 29th 2009

Can I get a comment on the music of Conor Oberst and not his comments or who he dedicated songs to.  Please.  It’s not too much to ask from a music website is it.

May 2nd 2009

I still haven’t seen this movie. I’ve really admired Aronofsky’s previous films though.

May 2nd 2009

What a terrible DVD cover. WOW. Terrifying.

May 20th 2009

I’ve never been a big fan of Silversun…meh.

May 22nd 2009

“The material isn’t always up to par the way earlier between-the-records EPs were, but it still beats the hell out of Plans.”
THANK YOU. and agreed.
May 26th 2009

great review! both shows rocked!

Nina Kurtz
May 26th 2009

This reviewer really transported me to the show! Great writer for a great performer.

Diamond Jewellery India
May 27th 2009

Hello Kyle lemmon, Really very nice information on Buraka Som Sistema. Really very nice and fantastic info on black diamond. Thanks for your nice info.

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May 28th 2009

I just wanted to say I really liked your review of House of Mystery. It was good to know how it has developed over the years. Keep up the good work.

May 30th 2009

This is an ok ep.  I have to say that none of their recent material is even close to their earlier albums.

June 5th 2009

FYI just watched this show, sucks! Wished it didn’t but it does. Haha all wealthy people are dumb, evil, and think they can buy anthing… jeeze lets just stereo type everyone. Wealthy people just don’t deserve to live I guess according to all these shows that exploit wealth as evil.

Gonzales - linkin park songs
June 7th 2009

Rockband for real. It’s realy kicks ass) I hope the part two kicks ass as twice)))

Josh Tillman
June 11th 2009

The lyric in “James Blues” is:
“James incurred the wrath of jealous woman
And not long after that
Was spending all his weekends
Trying to relearn
How a young man yearns after a nurse”

It’s about castration.  I have little more of a sense of humor than your interpretation suggests.

June 11th 2009

“have a little more of”.  oops.

Gary Knight
June 18th 2009

Great review, Frank.

June 22nd 2009

This picture represents a huge leap forward for its director..a very nice post Chris.

June 22nd 2009

Wonders never cease, Coachella’s when this both fabulous performers start the event with a great start it is great to watch..

maria jones
June 22nd 2009

The rock band which we can say alternative is My Bloody Valentine..This is a very nice post

June 22nd 2009

She’s so hot/cute/adorable….....She is so cute…

June 22nd 2009

Wow! Marcus, This is a very nice post…Depeche Mode are fabulous..

June 22nd 2009

Some styles are more casual while others are meant for going out on ...poofing up skirts is very good

June 22nd 2009

When Bruce Springsteen finally broke through to national recognition in the fall of 1975 after a decade of trying, critics hailed him as the savior of rock

June 22nd 2009

The bonus features with Doubt on Blu-ray start off with From Stage to Screen, a series of interviews with the cast and crew about…

June 24th 2009

I’m one of the fans of The Killers. They’re cool.

June 26th 2009

I saw them play in Austin a few weeks ago. The new stuff is awesome, and they played beautifully.  My favorite track is “Slow Fade,” a single tear streamed down my face when they played it. So good.

July 3rd 2009

Thanks for such a detailed review. You’ve very keen observation for the details that should be there, indeed.

July 3rd 2009

Hi Chris, you are so right about the borders - the top one is incredible. Great thinking!!!

July 3rd 2009

Bonnaroo has always placed an emphasis on local and sustainable ways of making music. ..Nice Blog.

July 3rd 2009

I was actually hoping for a really good Doubt as a Blu-Ray comp….and it is able to prove itself….

Leslie Andrew Ridings
July 5th 2009

I totally get what you mean when you say “the sound of best friends making music together.” I think their sound is really warm and strangely intimate. I don’t know. It feels like music at a house party and the band is having beers and talking between songs—I like it; but the production is really thin, as you said.

Thanks for the review, Laura.

July 9th 2009

You have to be kidding me Lily.  This show does suck and bad.  Totally unrealistic specifically in how these characters behave.  Stupid crap.

July 10th 2009

Saw Bruce in Philly April 28th and April 29th. ALWAYS a great show! I went with a friend who had never seen him and she said it was more than a concert, it was an event—how right she was.

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July 13th 2009

It is really a nice post, its always great reading such posts, this post is good in regards of both knowledge as well as information. i like stuff like ghostland observatory, the hush sound, the kills, indie music, black moth super rainbow, radiohead. anything that sounds weird and funky and has good sound to it. i do not like the teen boy singing the song. generations i like are indie, visual, experimental, psychedelic. along those lines. thank you in advance for the helping me on my music quest.Thanks for the post.

July 14th 2009

Nice Cracker reference!

Wound First Aid
July 16th 2009

A full album is set for release in September 2009. The confidence, wide range of obvious natural talent and exceptional promise of these songs is undeniable. The future for First Aid Kit feels star bright.

film izle
July 17th 2009

thanks for info.

Lisa Hur
July 19th 2009

The “barely” is everything in Wendy and Lucy. The sparse dialogue and lack of plot was the film’s message. Its panoramic moments said so much without saying anything at all. Wendy appears sedated much of the film but in a single moment, a bathroom meltdown, her story unravels. A story no one is sure of. In most every shot of the film we follow Wendy but learn little. We leave her without closure, but feel satisfaction without the closure nonetheless, amazed that such simple experience could be so captivating for two hours. I only wish I knew what her bandage was for and why her sister rejected her. Why else was she hurting and why was it so important for us not to know?

müzik dinle
July 19th 2009

thank you
very much
oo fantastic film

Wendy Redfern
July 20th 2009

This was SO good!!!!

July 21st 2009

Why are you so LATE on the tallest man UTR?  I’m disappointed and mad at you for it.  I hope you do a feature on him when his next album is release!

Laura Studarus
July 24th 2009

Counting down…freaking out. Come on Friday!

July 25th 2009

thanks for article.

Mike Trevor
July 31st 2009

I downloaded a few songs from this collection, I like it.
I really love it, play it on my laptop regularly.

Nina Sutherland
July 31st 2009

I love “Tracy’s Waters”  , it’s a wonderful mix of Psych folk and Dream pop

San Diego Weddings
August 5th 2009

I loved Grizzly Bear!  It was so calm and intimate in that space

August 7th 2009

So, if I understood this correctly, they are Australians making Brit pop? I’ve seen a lot of this lately. Looks like UK nostalgia never died out.

August 8th 2009

I think I’ll get this from the library if they have it… I know nothing about this band.

August 11th 2009

Wow…you totally missed the boat on the Jane’s review…Claiming you were there to see the one song that was a commercial smash led me to discount your review immediately, but I read on to see if you redeemed yourself.  Nope.  Fans of the band would absolutely disagree with your take, as the band’s true genius was displayed over and over during the set, Perry’s prancing aside.  He’s a consummate front-man, great voice, showmanship, and control of the spotlight. 
And, yes, ugly girls DO have to be sluttier than the good-looking ones.  Stick to reviewing bands you have a clue about.

August 12th 2009

You are, of course, referring to Alexander Mccall Smith’s series. There are so many witty observations in these books regarding male-female differences and the impact that these have on relationships.
Mma Ramotswe believes that women are best suited for detective work because women notice details, are observant, listen, and have more insight into human psychology than men.

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August 14th 2009

Gives Thanks, Very fascinating read, you should be dramatic of your web logs. I’ve been genuinely delighting developing up your situations from meter to time. Looking forward to understand your future positions
Many wonderful selective information, thanks for partaking.  Testament definitely be back more often….

August 16th 2009

i thought it was a good movie

August 18th 2009

This game looks just as terrible as the movie!

Kyle Lemmon
August 21st 2009

At first I thought Hester and Parks were just biting ‘Ghost Rider,” but I’ll have to check it out sometime.

August 21st 2009

They are COOL

August 24th 2009

wow!  that was a lame review.  I think they are great.  Apparently thousands of others do too.  They love them in Europe as well.  U.S. is always the last to recognize real talent.

August 25th 2009

The looks very pretty :)

Thank you for the post and photo.

August 27th 2009

Agreed. This was a dope show. One of the better I’ve been to in ‘09. Check out their performance of “Jump In the Pool” from the show.

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Justin Voigtschild
August 28th 2009

This high of a review score makes me question how you call yourself a journalist. I read the initial issue and it was utter trash with no redeeming value whatsoever. This title could have done for Greek mythology what Fables did for children’s stories and fictional characters. Instead the writer decided to go for the disgusting, unimaginative stories. I agree that Peter Milligan can be hit and miss in what he writes but this 1st issue made me want to throw up and regret spending $1.00 to give it a try. I have read Vertigo comics for about 10 years and this comic is truly the worst executed idea with no redeeming value I have ever had the misfortune to read.

August 31st 2009

I would’ve loved to see Henry Rollins.  He cracks me up!

September 2nd 2009

Thank you for your review. If this show was a decade earlier, I would’ve been there! Also, I empathize on your anger, when people leave before the show is “over” [the encore]. A band like MEW deserves an encore!
“Comforting Sounds” is awesome to hear live. My husband and I were privileged to see/hear them in D.C. a few years ago.

September 2nd 2009

I love this show!  Can’t wait untill next summer to pick up the New Shows.

Funny Quotes About Life
September 5th 2009

Whats Fray for the uninitiated? A buffy spin off comic from a few years back, which I understand never got its story finished. So Joss has decedied to combine it with a buffy story to finish it.
So we have a back history a number of fans may be unaware of and time travel etc thrown in? sounds like an awful idea but it works excellently.
The art is by Korl Moline who i believe did the original Fray comic, he is fairly similar in style to Georges Jeanty who usually does the book so its all pretty familiar.
The story is complicated and takes a little while to see where it is going but the end result and character writing are excellent. Not a good starting point for new readers but a great read none the less.

September 5th 2009

I became interested in this topic and tried to find additional information. Much of it I downloaded from

September 6th 2009

As I visited the Woodstock Music and Arts Fair it was interesting for me to read The Road to Woodstock ( and to compare its contents with what I saw. Great!

address public records
September 7th 2009

The overarching plot, revolving around the secrets buried underneath a clandestine basement, fares much better. Head writer, Matthew Sturges, is learning at a fast pace as the series[..]

Vadim Uvazhny
September 8th 2009

Did anybody watch this film? Share your impressions, please.

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September 8th 2009

Have you ever considered adding more videos to your blog posts to keep the readers more entertained? I mean I just read through the entire article of yours and it was quite good but since I’m more of a visual learner,I found that to be more helpful well let me know how it turns out! I love what you guys are always up too. Such clever work and reporting! Keep up the great works guys I’ve added you guys to my blogroll. This is a great article thanks for sharing this informative information.. I will visit your blog regularly for some latest post.

Bradley Albert Burkley
September 9th 2009

I’m in the middle of reading this book and was stoked to see it reviewed in one of my favorite mags. The review is pretty strait up, as is the book. Interesting for those who know about Steve Kilbey or not. For those who have been in or are in music groups, with it’s drama and challlenges, No Certainty Attached of particular interest.

September 10th 2009

“smashing success” = 6/10?

John Everhart
September 11th 2009

It’s a fine record, but not quite worthy of a 7 or 8, which are reserved for top twenty of the year candidates, which this honestly isn’t for me. But if you’re a fan of Polvo, you’ll like it, and even if you aren’t, it’s an excellent invitation to explore their great back catalog. And “smashing success” is removed from its context of “As far as unheralded reunions go,” as many are downright insipid, and this one is anything but that.

Fire science
September 14th 2009

Who designed Stephanie’s Jacket in science of sleep and where can I get a similar coat?
Science of Sleep is a movie and her military jacket is cute

September 18th 2009

I concur my friend.

September 20th 2009

The hype machine sold Sweet Tooth #1. It was pretty good, but I’m hoping we’ll see a little more happening in issue #2.

Then again, I ought have a little more faith in Lemire, he’s pretty damned good.

September 21st 2009

Will there be a second season of the No 1 Ladies Detective agency?
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September 26th 2009

Can’t wait until this year’s concert. Fantastic stuff. Sooo hot though. Bringing plenty of water this year

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September 29th 2009

Ok this is by far the best series ive seen so far its got great story line, Animation, and good art work…. But one problem is the disc has trouble reading on a Xbox. I putted in the disc once and it worked 2nd time it got defective. Great series to watch a must see

Mark Redfern
October 3rd 2009

I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this movie. It’s got a great soundtrack too: Jens Lekman, Tilly & the Wall, The Go! Team, Radiohead, and others.

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October 4th 2009

wow, San Francisco’s Girls must have been very bad. It has been a while since I have read such a damning review of any band

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October 4th 2009

Jenny Lewis is a babe. I also like the killers. I think they are class

October 6th 2009

The track wasn’t used and in fact went unheard for two-plus decades, but Gordon and Mingus occasionally unpacked it live. In any case, one can only hope that when Mingus finally flipped the calendar past the greatest year in jazz, dude hit the mattress for a well-deserved nap.

October 10th 2009

Great reviews. Loney Dear has been my favorite band because their music touched my soul and makes me feel good. Live they are incredible. I saw them in Fortaleza, Brazil, and I’ll remember that day for a long time.

October 13th 2009

I like bands what make good musics. And banana splitses.

October 14th 2009

Did UTR ever do a review of the Rhino San Francisco nuggets box set?

October 21st 2009

As a fan of the series who buys it month-to-month, I guess I’m biased in that I enjoyed it. I would be interested to see if non-Fables readers enjoyed it.

It’s great to see my favourite magazine cover my favourite comic. I check for a mention of it in every printed-issue of Under The Radar, and so far have only seen it in there this month!

October 21st 2009

Wow! Sounds like a fun show. Now if only we could get him to come out west…

October 22nd 2009

mellow but good/interesting mellow, not boring mellow.  also check out whitest boy alive (same singer)

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October 23rd 2009

Where can I buy waterproof trousers not over trousers?
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October 23rd 2009

who the hell says “blogosphere” anymore?

October 25th 2009

its a Grower not a Show - er!

October 26th 2009

I wish this had been posted earlier. They had a show where I live tonight, and I could have gone ... oh well.

October 26th 2009

This is a fantastic review.  I’m one of those people that consumes all things Pearl Jam (50+ live shows).  You nailed Backspacer perfectly.  I want to tell you how great it is but it isn’t - it is a step in the right direction though.  Nice job.

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October 27th 2009

The overarching plot, revolving around the secrets buried underneath a clandestine basement, fares much better. Head writer,

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October 27th 2009

What is the best tourist attraction in the Philippines?
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