The ancient Greek tragedy Antigone will be presented by Raise the Stakes at the Westmount Park United Church
Breakdown and pictures of the day-long punk festival at Parc Jean-Drapeau
Punk rockers will be flooding to Parc Jean-Drapeau for ’77 Fest on July 28th.
Punk rock duo from Winnipeg gets ready for yet another tour and reflect on the feeling of disconnect on the road.
Montreal garage rock band discusses about their latest album, coming to Montreal and the rock n’ roll lifestyle.
Chris Aitkens tries to come with a handful of church metaphors to review Iron Reagan’s new album.
Once again, punk nerd extraordinaire Chris Aitkens rates his top five punk albums from Montreal for the year 2016.
Th Dream Is Over tells stories of lost love, troubles on the road and escaping hometown tragedy.
I thought I would never end up fan-girling for teenage girls, until I met Skating Polly.
Savannah band Black Tusk discuss the album art, their hometown and dealing with the death of their bassist.
Recorded one month before the passing of bassist Jonathan Athon, Pillars of Ash is probably Black Tusk’s most defining album.
Two local bands go past 11 on their amps. Earplugs recommended.
2015 was an excellent year for the Montreal punks scene. Check out these five bands to find out just how loud the city gets.
Assault your ears for the new year (or rock out with yer…) . Chris Aitkens picks his top five demos from Montreal’s punk and thrash scene.
Four indie films by Brian Barnhart to be screened at Cinema du Parc on October 24th.
A look into new concert venue Turbo Haus and its humble origins and stunning transformation with stolen floors.