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Supergroup Sons of Apollo finds its groove with a grandiose second album filled with musical prowess.
Interview with celebrated musician Kerson Leong and his performance with i Musici.
‘Hymn Live’ is a fantastic document of Sarah Brightman’s live concert
Ukrainian-born conductor and violist Maxim Rysanov is back with Montreal’s I Musici. This star on the international classical scene invites us to a world that features [read on]
The renowned oratorio, composed by George Frideric Handel in 1741, will be presented by the Orchestre classique de Montreal at St. Joseph’s Oratory. For the very first [read on]
Singer/songwriter John Wort Hannam shines with his album ‘Acres of Elbow Room’, a soulful collection of folk/country songs.
Brazil’s Rebel Machine released their second album ‘Whatever It Takes’. It’s a good rock record, with catchy melodies.
Some musical highlights and a lot of cool fashion.
Overall, a laid back day with some good music. Great crowd, great scene. Here are some pics from day one.
We talk to New York based EDM duo Sofi Tukker
Holy Grail, Striker and Bewitcher played as part of Heavy En Ville, and we got the chance to speak with Striker drummer Adam Brown.
Heavy Metal celebrated its 10th edition by going back to it sold site, newly revamped, and offering a solid lineup from start to finish across all 4 stages.
Metalachi is a delightful blend of traditional mariachi music and hard rock/metal classics. Don’t miss their set at Heavy Montreal.
Patrick from Montreal band We Are Monroe talks about their upcoming show at Osheaga and what’s in store in the future.
Heavy Montreal is right around the corner. We take a deep dive into the lineup to pick our must-see acts.
Songs about the sea, the beach and coloured drinks make for an excellent party. Jimmy Buffett finally played Montreal after 44 years.
Two great shows and three great musicians end the Jazz Fest
Gorgeous show by Peter Frampton at Place des Arts.
If you don’t already know Jeremy Dutcher, you should. A member of Tobique First Nation in New Brunswick, this classically trained singer, composer, musicologist, and [read on]
Critics love to hate Alt-J. They and their music have been called fussy and uptight; beige, tuneless, mild, featureless, and boring; lead singer Joe Newman has been compared [read on]