Articles by Robyn Homeniuk
A quick guide to Osheaga geared for first-timers and out-of-towners. FInd out where to stay, how to dress, how to get there, after-party info, and other useful info for the fans attending the festival.
Review of Paul F Tompkins’ show at OFF-JFL which is happening this week in Montreal.
Truscott is a very funny woman, and she is nude (from the waist down) as a part of her show. Her show is hilarious and will take you out of your comfort zone.
A review of What Would Beyonce Do paired with an interview with the charming Luisa Omielan. We talk about poutine and why Queen B is fab.
A review of Nikki Glaser’s comedy show, performed as part of this weeks Off-JFL/Zoofest series.
Review of the Just For Laughs show Date Night: The Relationship Show hosted by Godfrey and featuring Orny Adams, Lynne Koplitz, John Heffron, and Joe Matarese.
Interview with Adrienne Truscott about her show “Asking For it” which she performs at Montreal’s Just For Laughs Festival
A review of Kiesza’s debut EP and Morrissey’s newest album World Peace Is None of Your Business
Review of the very interesting and very funny show The Boy With Tape on This Face. This show is awesome, but I warn there is a lot of audience participation.
A review of Bad Sun’s debut album Language and Perspective. A must listen for fans of the 1975; watch out these guys are about to blow up.
Review of Paula, Robin Thicke’s new album. Trying to be soulful, Thicke tries out a new style and leaves something to be desired.
Album review of London based Woman’s Hour’s debut album Conversations
Review of St. Vincent and Groenland’s performances on July 5th at Metropolis as a part of Montreal’s 35th Annual Jazz Festival.
Emotional album from Lana Del Rey a fan pleaser and sure to be remixed.
New York throws a must-go music party every summer. Robyn Homeniuk made sure not to miss this year’s Governor’s Ball. Here are her photos and review.
Every group that performed was a hit and our reviewer laughed from start to finish. Here’s a recap of Tuesday night’s Sketchfest.
No one can say Lana Del Rey is up herself. Fans were treated to a rocking performance at the Bell Center where this hard working musician took selfies with fans.
M.I.A.’s show had it all: sweat, smoke, lights, mosh pit, more sweat, gold clothes, short-shorts, bass to break an eardrum, and a good time all around.
Iggy Azalea brought the party with her to Montreal. The only complaint is that she didn’t play long enough!
McGill 9-piece band play covers and originals with their own funky flair.