Monday, Nov. 17

* Fredy V launches Varsity Vol. 1 at Petit Campus
* Lyrical Egyptian revolution doc Moug (Waves) screens at Concordia
* Music’s Mitosis podcast launch/music trivia night
* Synth-groove / electro-pop acts St. Lucia & the Knocks play the Corona

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Kalmunity Vibe Collective’s Fredy V, born in Washington, D.C., with Senegalese/Cap Vert roots (and also known as Isaac the Jam Washington, the frontman for disco revival act the Boogie Wonder Band) launches the soul/funk/rock EP (and debut solo recording) Varsity Vol.1 tonight at Petit Campus. 57 Prince-Arthur E., 6 p.m., $10 (includes digital copy of EP)

The RIDM documentary festival, in conjunction with Cinema Politica, Tadamon! and Fondation Alter-Ciné, presents Moug (Waves), a lyrical reflection on the Egyptian revolution. Local journalist Lillian Boctor will introduce the film and lead a Skype Q&A with director Ahmed Nour following the screening. 1455 de Maisonneuve W. H-110, 7 p.m., PWYC

Step into one of Mile End’s semi-legendary nighthawk hotspots, Snack ‘n’ Blues, for the launch of the Music’s Mitosis podcast, which doubles as a music trivia night. 5260 St-Laurent, 8 p.m.

Eighties-tinted synth/groove ensemble St. Lucia is playing the Corona Theatre with NYC electro-pop duo the Knocks — enter a contest to win tickets to this show here. 2490 Notre-Dame W., 8 p.m., $22/$25 at the door
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