Articles by Montreal Rampage Team
Every Sunday you can watch the funniest of the funny battle to be the last of the funny… and it’s funny.
Christmas album has hits by all your seasonal faves: Johnny Cash, Emmylou Harris, even The Band.
Disney film featuring planes an inspiring kid film that disappointment doesn’t mean defeat.
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.
Toronto duo gets the balance right and creates spacey, synth-pop music.
Until September 28, check out the best of the world’s best photographers on war zones in Syria, the Boston Marathon bombings, mental “hospitals” in Kenya and the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
Tom Krell’s How to Dress Well is more than just a fashion statement.
The latest album from guitar legend Mascis doesn’t suggest anything quite so bright and shiny as a star.
Jon Ronson’s film looks at the uncomfortable relationship between fame and creativity for a band with an eccentric member.
Despite the rain, Saturday night at Montreal Reggae fest had everyone moving and grooving.
Carey Mercer of Frog Eyes talks about the hard road he tread en route to making Carey’s Lament and about the ecological and social problems Canada faces.
Montral-based Caila Thompson-Hannant is releasing the follow up to Being in a matter of days. Here’s a quick look at the new album Being
Montreal blues/folk songster Adam Karch talks about his newly released album as well as performance and process.
Shep Gordon never got to have a family in the conventional way. This documentary shows how he fathered the careers of many orphan artists.
Fringe Picks Round 5 : Le Divan, Le Petit Prince Selon Le Machiavel, Wolves > Boys, and Chamber Music.
Damon McMahon from Amen Dunes talks about his music, influences, and his thoughts about song writing and the music industry.
Reviews of Kitt and Jane, The Last Metro The Musical, Talking Cock, In Memoriam : The Wake of Cheddar Fandango, The Shadow Waltz, and This is Not a Play.
Watch out Wildkat, Turning Tricks, Jess Salomon’s IMO, Project Gingervitis, and My Playwright Sister reviewed.
Sappyforever Vol. 1 celebrates seven years of Sackville’s Sappyfest with photos and words, evoking the transformative nature of this festival.
Solid performance by Ontario duo in support of their first French album.