Don’t sit home feeling blue on a Friday. Check out Blues Dancing instead. Kate reports on what the night was like from lesson to dj.
Odesza played a diverse and fulfilling set on October 5, 2014 at Montreal’s Le Belmont.
Trying to figure out what to see at POP Montreal? I can’t either. Follow Rachel’s inadequate mulling over what to do with Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night.
Great set of photos from Lili Hudecova with English producer Jamie Smith on the decks.
Pop Montreal’s Place des Arts free show started quietly, but transformed almost within seconds to a massive crowd for A Tribe Called Red.
Yellow, black and white outfits were matched with the beats of DJ F Moment.
Some acts to see at Ile Soniq and a few pointers about what to wear and bring to the festvial.
Get ready for the gore, the horror, the weird, and the wild at Mascara and Popcorn’s annual festival of short films. Here’s what’s going down.
The 19th edition of Under Pressure includes murals by street artists and djs on the streets, but also a dance battle, concerts, and a skateboard competition.
July 6th weekend has an exciting line up of djs at Piknic Electronik.
From a chilled out afternoon to a real party, Piknic Electronik is an ideal way to spend a Sunday in Montreal. One more thing of Annie’s bucket list.
June’s last Piknic called on Barcelona to bring the beats and Montreal long timers Pfreud and GD put in an appearance too.