We’re playing Live to air this thursday (August 26th) on CJLO, the Concordia University campus radio station.
The show is called “Dirty Work” and it airs between 8 and 10 thursday night.
You can listen in live via terrestrial radio in Montréal on 1690AM, or you can tune in from across the globe via their online player at www.CJLO.com

We’re très excited to make our radio debut, and we hope you all tune in and enjoy!

hearts,

-D



Hey Gang,
Just wanted to share some little website updates I’ve been doing today.
First off, you can now check out some mp3’s and live videos in the Media section.
Second, I’ve altered the old Discography section, renaming it Objects, and including our lovely t-shirts. Both the Red Envelope EP and our first batch of shirts (Printed on lovely American Apparel standard t’s! Available in S, M and L! Awesome!) are available for sale online via paypal now. Having recently tested the system with our first online sale (thanks pam!) I can say for sure that it works, and that I’m competent at putting things in the mail!

So now go forth: watch our videos, listen to our tracks, and buy our stuff!
CONSUME!

Love,

-Dorian



Oh Boy, Oh Boy! HERE WE GO AGAIN!

August 27 – Montréal, QC – Le Cagibi
September 6 – Thunder Bay, ON – TBA
September 7 – Winnipeg, MB – TBA
September 8 – Saskatoon, SK – Amigos Cantina
September 9 – Edmonton, AB – Baby Seal Club
September 11 – Calgary, AB – Tubby Dog
September 14 – Squamish, BC – TBA
September 15 – Vancouver, BC – The Cobalt w/ Man Your Horse
September 17 – Calgary, AB – the Palomino (TBC)
September 21 – Saskatoon, SK – Caffe Sola
September 22 – Winnipeg, MB – TBA
September 23 – Thunder Bay, ON – The Apollo
September 24 – Sault Ste. Marie, ON – Bottoms Up

September 25 – Ottawa, ON – Raw Sugar Café (TBC) w/ Silver Birch Society

Montréal Loop-Rock duo Cinéma L’amour are set to embark on their fourth tour in less than a year. Finally crossing the great prairies, the pair will make it all the way from their inner city loft space to the Pacific Ocean. Since their first show opening for Future of the Left in November 2009, effects wizard Dorian Scheidt and multitasking drummer/keyboardist Chris Kavanagh have stunned countless music fans across central Canada. Now the boys are traveling even further a field, committed to bringing their schizophrenic song structures, gorgeously layered melodies and mind-blowing live show to every nook and cranny in the nation!

AWWWW YEAH!