Articles by Montreal Rampage Team
Montreal Rampage’s first comic post by Angela Chu.
A look at the best way to have spent New Years 2017 — in the dark?
Gogol Bordello’s frontman Eugene Hutz drops hints about the new album and why the band is playing in Montreal this New Years Eve.
New station opens in Lachine.
Serbian/Canadian artist’s exhibition is a not-miss.
Montreal artist fuses together different styles to create the coolest art you need to check out now.
DHC/ART continues to showcase challenging artists with Wim Delvoye exhibit.
Based on the true story of Marc Hall, this marvelous show captures Marc’s fight to bring his boyfriend to a Catholic school prom.
An exploration of individualism and women’s agency under the strict social code of the desert.
C’est une merveilleuse occasion de plonger dans l’univers urbain très sombre .
Bravely challenging gender constructs, Young Thug takes rap and hip hop to new places while connecting with his first identity.
An audience pleasure, Yeezy delighted the Bell Centre and journalists alike.
Cindy catches Waxhead at work at this art and culture fair.
Two fashion shows in photos at the FMD.
The death of a beloved karate teacher brings together a community of seemingly disconnected people in Montreal.
There’s a little game about catching pokemons that has taken Montreal and the world by storm. Find out what it’s like to play en masse here.
Mike Ward hosts a line up of men and women who know the value of a great dirty joke.
Trippy band Tame Impala fills the Bell Centre with positive vibes.
Reviews of Dramaking, Mutement, A Perfect Picture, the No Bull$#!% History of Invention, and Rocket to Fame