Psychedelic, good-vibe show at the Metropolis with great opening band.
Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance is their poppiest album yet. Read the full review here.
Film on Margaret Keane’s struggle to gain authorship of her own work puts Tim Burton back in the spotlight
Film based on Laura Kasischke’s novel about a disappearing parent re-opens in Montreal in conjunction with Sundance festival.
Coming of age film about a girl whose mother has disappeared is an all-around winner.
Feel-good film Wish I Was Here has Zach Braff in a robot-space costume and making peace with his life.
Get Scandinavian by listening to these new albums by these Swedish indie groups: Lykke Li, First Aid Kit, and Nina’s new discovery, Mindfox
Based on the book by James Franco, this film looks at suburban teenage life through a slightly exaggerated percpetion.
Reviews of new albums by Tokyo Police Club, Bombay Bicycle Club, and Real Estate.
Nina Chabel reviews three albums for April: Death Vessel’s Island Intervals, The Notwist’s Close to the Glass, and Lyla Foy’s Mirrors The Sky
Alternative American band The Neighbourhood remind reviewer Nina Chabel of UFOs — though that might just be her penchant for the X-Files.
Dum Dum Girl’s Dee Dee Penny talks to Nina Chabel about their latest album Too True.
Nina Chabel reviews three hotly anticipated releases from female artists.
Casa del Popolo was the perfect intimate setting for the This Many Boyfriends Club, Dreamend, The Stargazer Lillies, and The Casket Girls
Interview with Phaedra Green and Ryan Graveface about the origins of the Casket Girls and their new album True Love Kills the Fairytale
The This Many Boyfriends Club are part of a new, young emerging love n’ punk music scene in Montreal that loves guitars and puns about polyamory.
Jean Michel Pigeon talks about the origins of Composite.
Feminist, dj, and artist, JD Samson talks about making Labor, involvement with freeing Pussy Riot, and the relationship between writing music and activism.
British sensation Jake Bugg’s concert proved to be exactly what reviewer Nina Chabel hoped… And beyond that, the Skins proved to be better than expected, while Albert Hammond Jr. shows he’s a worthy front man.
Dysfunctional family compelling to watch.