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PLU Open Mic feat. Jude Cowan Montague

PLU Open Mic feat. Jude Cowan Montague

Hey yo yo, fast report on the go ’cause we be in the flow of PLU Mag n°3 you know: this Saturday we flyin’ high at La Petite Maison girl don’t be shy come on down take a look around at all the beautiful things like sounds words and bits called pinchos, shit: you ain’t never had no Spanish badass explain what they be. Best get down to Paris Launch Party number three!
[Editor’s note: apparently freestyle reporting is now a thing]

Round 1 kicked off with L’insaissisable asking that we Changeons, so we did: to Bibi and Flavie singing Asha’s Jailer and a few strophes from On my way. Maxx asked for Closure, Angelo lost his virginity in the Sand, and René very clearly explained why you should drop a few coins in the SwagBox every Thursday, lest you be swept away by a tsunami. Ginger Scott came back and gave us a special peek at his Love in Paris trailer, Georgina, virgin, recited some lines from Devan and then Henry blew some beats for his last night at PLU! We’ll miss you! Finally, our special guest Jude Cowan Montague took us on a sing-along animal safari:

Round 2 went on until 2 a.m., featuring Long Island Ice Tea and: David Blair‘s insanely trippy video:

The Telepathic Motion Picture of THE LOST TRIBES , intro [2003,2015] from David Blair on Vimeo.

Then: Moe was Born on the River, Charlotte‘s Face of death & other poems, Thomas‘ epic Pigalle’s exotic crimson lady’s soccer club, Josh reading from the play Jerusalem, “Remember the blood”, Kamel‘s Silence puis bruit, Blue Wit Kissing Catullus and Kangaroos, Eduardo est Sorti à Belleville, and David Sirois was Waiting for Godot… Then a freestyle jam ’till 2!

See you SATURDAY!

 

 

Jude Cowan Montague is an artist, writer and composer with a multi-media practice that crosses disciplines. She is active in new printmaking, installation, poetry, prose fiction, film history, vocal work and performance.

She is known for her innovative work with international news agency output. This practice developed while working as an archivist for the Reuters Television Archive. Her first collection For the Messengers (Donut Press 2011) re-formed edits from the Reuters output during 2008 as individual poems. Her album The Leidenfrost Effect (Folkwit Records 2015) was co-composed with Dutch producer Wim Oudijk and reimagines quirky stories from the Reuters Life! feed.

She is a broadcaster and curates and hosts The News Agents a weekly hybrid news-arts show on Resonance 104.4 FM.

www.judecowanmontague.com

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