At this point, it’s all about energy management. After 12 to 15 hours of concerts, mostly standing up, in two full days under the sun, you have to carefully select to which show you go so you don’t add up too many footsteps to your already high number.

Check out our playlist for Sunday on Youtube or Spotify, below.

 

Sunday July 31st

1PM – pop alt-doll MELANIE MARTINEZ at Montagne Stage or Montreal DJ LE MATOS, at Piknic

1:35 PM – Lo-fi indie rock ALEX G at Vallée Stage, or Americana folk singer songwriter ISRAEL NASH at Arbres

2:15 PM – pretty cool dance pop SYNAPSON at Piknic

2:45 PM – just for fun, glam rockers THE STRUTS at Vallée. Think of Freddie Mercury meets Aerosmith meets The Libertines! Rock’n’roll decadence at its best.

2:45 PM – or if you are in the mood for smoother things, FOY VANCE at Arbres

3:10 PM – Tough choices : festive band CAT EMPIRE at Rivière, or cool DJ LANE 8 at Piknic.

LANE 8 – A Groove That Takes You by the Hips

3:55 PM – Intense indie rock with FOALS at Montagne

4:10 PM – Female punk rockers DILLY DALLY have learned it all from The Pixies and Hole

4:45 PM – Excellent soul man LEON BRIDGES at Rivière. Review (in French) of his latest album here.

Le retour dans le temps de LEON BRIDGES

5:40 PM – Colorful indie pop singer GRIMES at Montagne, or power pop band NOTHING BUT THIEVES at Vallée

5:40 PM – Cool female rapper LITTLE SIMZ at Arbres, if you like the Azealea Banks type of artist.

6:25 PM – Fun NATHANIEL RATELIFF & THE NIGHT SWEATS at Verte Stage

7 :15 PM – Melancholic pop from HAELOS trio at Arbres

8:50 PM – The best for last, RADIOHEAD at Rivière

9:50 PM – Let the crowd take the subway and go to GRAMATIK at Piknic

That’s it!!!! Enjoy your Osheaga weekend!

 

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Nicolas Pelletier

Mélomane invétéré et rédacteur agréé, Nicolas pratique la critique en mode olympique: il parle de tout, tout le temps, depuis 1991. Il a publié 6 000 critiques de disques et concerts dont 1100 chez emoragei magazine et 600 sur enMusique.ca, dont il a également été le rédacteur-en-chef de 2009 à 2014. Il publie “Les perles rares et grands crus de la musique” en 2013, et devient stratège numérique des radios de Bell Média en 2015, participant au lancement de la marque iHeartRadio au Canada en 2016.