Montreal Hit List January 20-24: Chromeo, Willy Joy, The New Bourjoiesie & Altered States

JAN 20

The Freedom Fighter Manual Vernissage @ Galerie PUSH
Artist Juan Ortiz-Apuy’s latest project reproduces pages of a CIA manual that was air dropped over Latin American countries during the 1980s into seventeen individual prints. 6pm – 9pm. Galerie PUSH – 372 St-Catherine O, suite 425.

Tokyo Thursdays w/ WILLY JOY + HATCHMATIK + SPENCER ETC @ Tokyo Bar
Chicago partymaster Willy Joy joins Tokyo Thursday regulars Hatchmatik and Spencer Etc for a night of truly epic proportions. Drink specials all night and the heated terrasse for your outdoor pleasure! $5. 10:30pm – 3am. Tokyo Bar – 3709 St Laurent.

JAN 21

Chromeo + MNDR + Young Empire @ Metropolis

Montreal electrofunk duo Chromeo play Metropolis with LA’s MNDR and Toronto’s Young Empire. Tickets  $33. 9pm. Metropolis – 59 St Catherine E.

JAN 21 & 22

The New Bourjoiesie @ The Dep[art]ment

The Dep[art]ment presents The New Bourjoiesie, a new full-length performance piece exploring the absurd normalities of decadent life. Friday & Saturday Performances at 8pm and 10pm.  Tickets $10. To purchase tickets contact Patrick Lloyd Brennan at (514) 814-7172. The Dep[art]ment – 48 Notre-Dame Ouest #101.

JAN 21, 22 & 23

Exhibit 26 @ Nathalie Quagliotto Studios

Exhibition at Nathalie Quagliotto Mile End studio featuring the work of 26 Canadian artists, including Sandor Ajzenstat, Doyon Demers, Melissa Doherty, Jessica Eaton, Derek Evans and Rui Pimenta. Opening Friday from 5pm – 10pm. Saturday and Sunday open from 1pm-5pm. Nathalie Quagliotto studios- 5334 De Gaspe, # 421.

JAN 22

Altered States @ Casa Del Popolo

DJs Adam Wilcox and Thom Carlo Promise play disco, funk and new wave.  10pm-3am. Casa Del Popolo – 4873 St Laurent.

JAN 24

Living Downstream @ Concordia Hall Building

Cinema Politica presents the Quebec premiere of Living Downtown. Based on the acclaimed book by ecologist and cancer survivor Sandra Steingraber, Living Downstream is an eloquent and cinematic feature-length documentary. This poetic 85-minute film follows Sandra during one pivotal year as she travels across North America, working to break the silence about cancer and its environmental links. 7pm. Concordia University Hall Building – Room H110, 1455 de Maisonneuve West.

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