Articles by Robyn Homeniuk
Despite chilly weather, the festival ended up being pretty amazing. With the right number of layers, the chill was barely noticeable.
I have to thank the Pop Montreal artist recommendation for making me choose this event last night. Fisher’s performance at Petit Campus was heart-melting.
BANKS and ODESZA turn out perfect back to school albums. Both of these would be great for a study session turned dance party.
Recap of days 1 and 2 at the Ottawa Folk Fest with Foster the People, M. Ward, Serena Ryder, and Lorde.
Take a road trip this week to Ottawa and catch a stellar line up including The National, Lorde, J Cole, and more. You can even bike if you’re up for a sore butt! Advice on where to stay and how to get there.
Robyn’s review of Bishop Allen’s new album “Lights Out”. Something to check out if you like fun, enjoyable, dreamy music.
Robyn takes on R&B’s Karl Wolf’s and Toronto’s artful BAHAMAS’s new albums
Rampage interviews Montreal’s local heroes from the South Shore, Dead Obies. These guys are crazy and really have a true Quebecois essence about them.
Beat Market took some time to chat with us at Osheaga. Learn about their festival experience and what else is in store for the duo in 2014/2015
Find out what Robyn thinks about One Directionesque, boy band The Vamps’ Somebody To You EP and Alex Clare’s Three Hearts.
Interview with Michael Demsey and Eric Stirtzinger of The Royal Streets about their experiences winning the Molson Contest and coming to Osheaga
Robyn’s three-day recap of Osheaga 2014. She did it all, from crowd surfing to eating poutine and oh, maybe took some kick ass photos…
Robyn reviews Arkells’ “High Noon” and Spoon’s “They Want My Soul”.
Review of the Aussie Wil Anderson’s hour long stand-up show. He is equally attractive and funny, plus the show ending with a standing O.
Russell Peters and invited guests reviewed. A great way to end a fantastic Just For Laughs experience.
Review of the multi-comedian show Brit-Ish at Just For Laughs.
Review of Richard Reed Parry and La Roux’s new albums. Both are worth picking up, especially Parry’s on vinyl if you have a record player.
My interview with Matt Peters of Royal Canoe. We talk summer festivals, Osheaga, why DJs and Arctic Monkeys are so popular, plus some important transit info.
Nathan Fielder shows several video clips, sang karaoke, and embarrassed audience members in a totally acceptable way to create a hilarious event.
A few of the things I learned at the Brooklyn Nine-Nine Panel as part of the ComedyPro series of Just for Laughs