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Pop-Punk & Pizza #106: The Midnight Echo

I find that most song titles are self-explanatory.  Many song titles come from the hook of the chorus. For example, “Dirty Little Secret” by All-American Rejects or “Dear Maria, Count Me In” by All Time Low. When I heard, “Paris in 39”, by Canadian alternative rock band, The Midnight Echo, not once did I hear Paris mentioned in the song. I found out the story behind the song title when I talked to band members Joel Lalonde and Tyler Rayman. I found the answer to be pretty fascinating!

The Midnight Echo’s latest EP, “Dichotomy”, is out now.

Visit their website for links: http://themidnightecho.com/


Jacques LaMore

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Pop-Punk & Pizza #98: 10 Songs for July 2020

Kailynn West of Tiny Stills.

Hi, all! I hope you had a wonderful Canada Day and Fourth of July. My three year old son watched fireworks for the very first time in person and it was a beautiful thing to witness.

It’s the beginning of the month so, it’s time to revamp our Spotify playlist! I must say, I think this is my favorite, “10 Songs”, episode that I’ve done so far. I’m always blown by how much amazing independent music there is in the world. Also, for the very first time, a cover song is included on this month’s list. Enjoy!

10 Songs for July 2020: 

  1. “Paper Roses” – Honey Creek
  2. “Let Go” – The Fallaways
  3. “True Love Is Not Just A Pizza Tattoo” – Cleveland Avenue
  4. “Confession Obsession” – Kill Lincoln
  5. “The Kids Aren’t Alright” – Miss Fortune
  6. “Paris in 39” – The Midnight Echo
  7. “Craigslist Bed” – Tiny Stills
  8. “Masterpiece” – Winona Avenue
  9. “Teacher’s Pet” – Melody
  10. “The Grind” – Panic Problem

Also, I made a playlist of all ten songs you can listen to on Spotify:

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Much Love,

Jacques LaMore