We review what we managed to see at POP Montreal 2017
For POP Montreal’s sweet sixteenth year, here is a mini-preview of a huge festival!
We review Patrick Watson’s magnificent, awe-inspiring first show for Le Festival Santa Teresa.
We preview Patrick Watson’s upcoming shows at Le Festival Santa Teresa as well as pick some other noteworthy shows to check out.
It became immediately apparent that the former choirboy would steal hearts and crush any aspiring Voice or Idol hopes with just his voice.
It was an easy decision to name him my personal best show of POP Montreal 2016.
From quieter solo acoustic pieces showcasing masterful songwriting and storytelling to rowdier numbers, long may Williams bring country music to the masses.
We report back on what caught our ear at POP Montreal 2016.
We preview a bunch of acts you should get to know from in and out of town.
I review and reflect on Death Cab For Cutie and Lana Del Rey’s shows at Osheaga 2016.
Day 2 of Osheaga offered everything from jazz to rock. Plus, not one but two hometown bands dazzle.
We know Radiohead are playing. These are some bands worth catching before the giants take the stage.
We all know the headliners. These are some of the bands who put in the hard work before them at Osheaga on Saturday.
We all know the headliners. These are some of the bands who put in the hard work before them at Osheaga on Friday.
Local Montreal band, John Jacob Magistery, use raw power, emotion, and captivating songs to delight audience.
Picks for the annual St-Ambroise Fringe Music Festival taking place in June. Gather ’round at Le Divan!
Picks for the annual Suoni per Il Popolo Festival taking place in June. This is the experimental music you need to hear.
Boston band goes well beyond routine with an amped up final night on the road.
Illinois based singer songwriter sings Americana in all its variety.
Talk Tight is Australian sunny punk, whatever that happens to mean.