Wednesday, March 25

* Vernissage for Montreal photographers Carlos & Jason Sanchez at Parisian Laundry
* Lou Reed Memorial Sing-Along at Oboro Gallery
* Beaux Dégâts art mash-up at Foufounes Electriques
* Michael Feuerstack LP launch with Laurel Sprengelmeyer at Bar le Ritz PDB
* Bass Drive Wednesdays 6th anniversary feat. the return of Vilify at le Belmont

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In Protest by Carlos and Jason Sanchez
“In Protest” by Carlos & Jason Sanchez
Parisian Laundry hosts a vernissage for a new series of engaging slice-of-life photographs by Montreal brothers Carlos and Jason Sanchez. 3550 St-Antoine W., 6–9 p.m., free

Show your love for the granddaddy of alt at the second annual Lou Reed Memorial Sing-Along, incorporating Oboro’s current artist resident Spike Taylor’s Pianorignal: an interactive music sculpture/installation involving a nine-foot concert grand piano decked out in natural elements such as moose hides. The event is also a benefit for CKUT. 4001 Berri #300, 7–8:30 p.m., PWYC, all ages

It’s time for another edition of Beaux Dégâts at Foufs, where six teams of artists go head to head in a live-painting battle where you cheer with your beer (cans) by voting for your favourite team with your empties. 87 Ste-Catherine E., 8 p.m., $5

Montreal singer-songwriter Michael Feuerstack launches his new record, The Forgettable Truth, with opener Laurel Sprengelmeyer. Check out his new video hereBar le Ritz PDB (179 Jean-Talon W.), 8:30 p.m., $10/$12

Bass Drive celebrates its sixth anniversary with a special edition of the Wednesday weekly, heralding the return (from Berlin) of founding/resident DJ Vilify alongside RYAN Playground, Henward and Gnave. Le Belmont (4483 St-Laurent), 10 p.m., first 100 people $5
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