Articles by Montreal Rampage Team
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.
Rodney Ramsey hosts a Christmas show at the ComedyWorks with a line up that should be on your list.
Check out these four up and coming comics and some special guests for free at the Wiggle Room by winning our contest. Enter NOW.
Win a CD prize pack from Maple Music TODAY.
Catch this sci fi miniseries on Showcase for the next two nights. Review of night one here.
Scott Fivelson’s upcoming biopic sheds light on the life and times of Hitchcock’s often forgotten contemporary.
Lily Huynh takes us on a tour of the seasonal market that raises funds for children.
Band features 6 hands worth of drummers in a massive decade spanning set.
Join the worldwide community playing mobile game Ingress with Montreal’s players every first Saturday of the month.
New debut album by Montreal metal band Red Skies a model for others.