The folks behind Montreal's Pouzza Fest have already announced the impending fifth annual instalment of the punk-oriented event, but now they've expanded their 2015 plans by announcing a tour. This will take place in May, around the same time as Pouz...
Pouzza FEST took place this past weekend in downtown Montreal, Canada. Featuring over 250 bands performing in different venues, the event focuses on bringing excitment and the sense of community that is a big part of the punk scene, since its beginning. Collected below are some of the videos shot during this year’s party. As every single video-recap thread on IDIOTEQ, also this entry will be updated as new information and more videos become available. See more summaries here and here. MAD CADDIES: SNFU: THE FLATLINERS: ESCAPE UKEN: THE HUNTERS: NIGHTMARES FOR A WEEK: THE REAL DEAL: THE HOLY MESS: THE FRONT BOTTOMS: THE MENZINGERS: CHIXDIGGIT: NO GUTS NO GLORY: OC45: BLACK BEAR MUTE: THE HOLD STEADY: ISSUE SIXTEEN: LOST LOVE: You may also like: Pouzza Fest 2012 videos (feat. THE LAWRENCE ARMS, THE FLATLINERS, HOT WATER MUSIC, LAGWAGON and more) The Fest 11 videos! (300+ clips!) [UPDATE] Bled Fest 2014 video recap [...]
Montreal punk festival Pouzza Fest is returning to multiple venues in downtown Montreal from May 16-18 to this year. The lineup includes The Hold Steady (who play NYC tonight [2/6]), Dillinger Four, Chixdiggit, The Lillingtons, The Menzingers, The Front...
That's all for tonight. You can read the entire session in the comments below. Thanks so much to Hugo for hanging out! Tonight's "We'll do it Live," where we give our readers the opportunity to engage in a live question and answer session with a variety of artists, features Hugo Mudie, founder o.
Holy Mess hit the stage first at Foufunes Electronique on May 18 at Pouzza Fest IV. Supposedly rocking a new style and a large Beer, Steve-O began sound checking his bass (which he happens to play very low). The band had a remarkable stage presence and great punchy bass tone (I'm pretty sure most ba.
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