Wednesday, February 19

* Beaux Dégâts art slam at Foufounes Électriques
* “Harmonielehre” at the Satosphere
* Yarn storytelling at Le Cagibi
* The Hidden Cameras play Il Motore
* Black Atlass fetes his new EP at Apt. 200

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The Hidden Cameras

Beaux Dégâts art slam pits six teams against each other, plus beats from Construct, Strange Future and Jams. Foufounes Électriques (87 Ste-Catherine E.), 7 p.m., $5

See the Montreal Symphony Orchestra play John Adams’ “Harmonielehre” on film, projected within the trippy Satosphere. 1201 St-Laurent, screenings at 7 and 8 p.m. (40-minute duration), $24.20

Yarn storytelling offers its Olympics edition, with headliner Sean Michaels (read our interview with the Said the Gramophone blogger turned novelist here), Nisha Coleman, Britt Dash, Paul van den Boom, Lar Vi and Michelle Glennie reading. Le Cagibi (5490 St-Laurent), 8–10 p.m., $5

Toronto collective the Hidden Cameras (part of the foundation of Canada’s 21st indie pop scene) return to Montreal in support of their latest record, Age. Read our interview with the band’s leader Joel Gibb here. Il Motore (179 Jean-Talon W.), 8 p.m., $10/$15

Local crooner/producer Black Atlass fetes the release of his Young Bloods EP with a DJ set at Apt. 200’s monthly Tenant N° with DJ Simahlak. 3643 St-Laurent, #200, 10 p.m., info 514-467-2177

Check out our complete listings for more great club, stage and gallery events.

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