Articles by Montreal Rampage Team
Shake, Love and Pasties Miss S, The Mysteries of the Unseen World of the Clavis Argentum, Saor (free), and Me The Queen and a Coconut reviewed.
Bushel and Peck, Thunderfoot, Captain Aurora, Falling Awake, and Jem Roll’s Get Lost reviewed.
New punk band from Aarhus, Denmark, come up with garage punk that is energetic, charming, and infectious.
Round three of the Fringe Festival reviews with A Perfect Picture, Bizarro Obscure, Messy Bitch, Sexpectations, and Does Not Play Well With Others
Five shows reviewed by our team: Caisse 606, Bedrock Burlesque, Honesty Rents by the Hour, ATM the Musical, The Passage
New Zealand band Yumi Zouma throw up some solid synthpop but nothing really sticks out.
Most people know Steve McCurry’s Afghan girl with the green eyes. See the rest of his work during the month of June at Galerie Got.
This film documents the impact of industrialization, brilliantly captured by the observational camera of Zhao Liang.
Reda checks out the third night of Distortion Fest for Montreal Rampage and reports back on the experience.
With beautiful visuals and an abundance of fashionistas, the film poses the question, “should fashion be viewed as art?”
Brendan shares some thoughts on the passing of Prince, an artist who performed one of his final shows in Montreal.
Don’t miss Indie Montreal’s Brunch Concerts Yes No Toaster #3, this Sunday April 10th!
David Myles newest album combines all his talents.
We sent out two photographers to capture the parade. Here’s what they saw.
Fourth album combines original sound with experience.
Lar Vi talks to Tom Green about reality tv, censorship, and Donald Trump.
Peter J Radomski who emceed when Comedyworks first reopened returns one year later for five shows in three nights.
Strong performances in feminist classic with messages that are as relevant today as they were 20 years ago.
Our authors offer their opinions on the outrage surrounding the recent Oscar nominations.
New album by Montreal local indie band reviewed here.