With sample-tinged, folk-orchestral-dance-dreamy-pop, Lydia Ainsworth just released her debut album that shines and sparkles.
New York throws a must-go music party every summer. Robyn Homeniuk made sure not to miss this year’s Governor’s Ball. Here are her photos and review.
Since moving to Montreal, Little Scream (aka Laurel Sprengelmeyer) has turned her visual artistry into musical artistry. She talks about her upcoming album, tentatively titled Dance in the Void.
Two music powerhouses in the city come together to bring a live event featuring three of Montreal’s most innovative artists in an intimate setting.
Glam Gam’s latest proves that wherever there’s a taboo, it’s time to plow through. Goldie Showers pits her band of witches against an evil secubus who wants to add them to the Book of Faces.
Glam Gam returns to Montreal Fringe with a show featuring more plot to go with that nudity. Not to worry, they’re as crazy as ever and it’s for a great cause.
Despite an oppressive atmosphere, Lynn and Carina lighten spirits with their witty and ambiguously amorous exchange of Greek lyric poetry.
A man with a leg for a dick, ladies reading Greek poetry, dancers imitating a washing machine, and a cat with a backpack of toast on it. Must be the Fringe.
Fernando Landin hit the Launch Cocktail of Elektra/Mutek 15.
9th Annual Sketch Fest brings together local groups, Canadian troupes, and International teams for a week long party and sketch comedy.
They wander into town from all over the world to delight audiences, taking the stage one performer at a time with music styles ranging from swamp to synth. The only thing they share in common is talent.
Richard Ford and Alice Munro were the featured individuals of Blue Metropolis’ opening and closing events.