Wednesday, Oct. 21

* WRG Mag launches their Projet Movember
* Lana Pesch book launch at Concordia’s Co-op Bookstore
* Sound artist William Basinski at the Phi Centre
* Twitter caption project book launch at 820 Plaza
* Chance the Rapper discussion at Concordia and show at Olympia
* Peaches plays SAT with Deap Vally

Peaches pic


Join the crew of What’s Really Good Magazine to celebrate the launch of Projet Movember, an interactive showcase of men’s health projects in Quebec being funded by the Movember Foundation. Gallerie Avenue Art (731 de la Commune), 57 p.m.

Saskatoon-born Toronto-based author Lana Pesch launches her debut short story collection Moving Parts with special guests Laurene Miall and Becky Blake. The event is hosted by Cult MTL contributor Marites Carino. Concordia Community Solidarity Co-op Bookstore (2150 Bishop), 7 p.m., free

New York-based composer and avant-garde sound artist William Basinski stops by the Phi Centre tonight for a Q&A session, film screening and performance of his analogue compositions. 407 St-Pierre, 7 p.m., $26.25

Head to Mile Ex’s 820Plaza for the launch of Interesting, a book documenting a project of the same name by artist Colin Rothfels, which uses software to auto-generate photo captions for Twitter feeds. 6820 Marconi, 7 p.m., free

Chicago’s Chance the Rapper performs tonight at Olympia with openers D.R.A.M., Metro Boomin and Towkio, and before the show you can catch the indie hip hop superstar in conversation with Yassin “Narcy” Alsalman at Concordia as part of Narcy’s history of hip hop course and presented in conjunction with We Are the Medium. Discussion at 1455 de Maisonneuve W. (H-110), 5–7 p.m., free. Show at 1004 Ste-Catherine E., 8 p.m., $43.75/$42.25 in advance

See Cult MTL cover girl Peaches rap, DJ and dance with Australian back-up dancers Agent Cleave and Jess Daly and openers Deap Vally, an all-female bluesy garage rock trio. 1201 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., $28/$25 in advance