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3 definitions by oMoWL87

 
1.
A congregation of musically talented individuals that create psychedelic indie rock from Athens, GA. They happen to be one of the most underrated bands of all time. Front man Kevin Barnes is a lyrical genius and true entertainer. Don't be surprised when your eye drums orgasm from such splendid bizarre sounds.
Fred: I went to an of Montreal concert last night and it felt like

I went to some sort of broad way musical with a sexual

theme.

Bill: Sounds intense

Fred: It was, especially the encore involving a sexual torture

rack
by oMowl87 February 18, 2011
 
2.
The Division II UGA of South Georgia. The team mascot is a blazer although you will find more UGA and UF apparel across campus. It may also be referred to as the UGA of South Georgia considering the lack of any universities. The campus is composed of 3 types of people: The Rich & Dumb from the Atlanta area, Hicks from surrounding counties, and then the people born and raised in Valdosta. No matter how large the school grows it will never reach a large popularity due it being in a high school football community... the football team plays in a high school football stadium even though they have some DII National Championships.
Bill: "You going to the game this Saturday?"
Bob: "Maybe,who the Valdosta State University Blazers playing?"
Bill: "North Alabama, should be a good game"
Bob: "Sounds like it, what time?"
Bill: "1pm"
Bob: "Dang, can't make it. The UGA game is on at that time"

Fred: "Dude, you gonna hook up with that girl?"
Mike: "Man a 1/3 of the girls here have STD's, no thanks."
by oMowl87 February 18, 2011
 
3.
A mythological sun city located somewhere along the outskirts of Athens, GA. The band of Montreal is from this fantasized land along with some of their outlandish ideas
I just saw a this amazing psychedelic indie rock band! The musical performance made me think they were from some other planet or time, but it all made since when i found out that they were from Sunlandia
by oMoWL87 February 18, 2011