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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]
One of the world’s foremost jazz vocalists, five-time Grammy winner Dianne Reeves and her phenomenal band knocked it out of the ballpark last night at the FIJM. Known for [read on]
Dressed all in black, with her customary dark sunglasses, Melody Gardot ravished a sold-out Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier at the FIJM last night. Slow, sultry, soulful, smoky, and [read on]
Metalcore legends August Burns Red played a high energy set featuring the complete ‘Constellations’ album for its 10th anniversary.
Neal Morse’s progressive rock musical brings a new approach to an oft-told story.
Michigan’s Of Virtue adds new elements to their metalcore sound on latest release
Bonobo is DJing in Montreal and bringing hand-picked talent with him.
In advance of his tour to the east, Robyn reviews Capaldi in Seattle.
The rockers paid homage to their classic album Sonic Temple in front of a sold out MTELUS
Storry—a creative powerhouse of a woman—unleashes her extraordinary voice and vision today with the release of her first single, Leave My Heart Behind. While channeling [read on]
The singer/songwriter and La Voix alumnus will play a launch party at Le Ministère on May 23rd
15 year old singer/songwriter Mathilde Robitaille becomes MaestaR and launches debut EP.
Head’s up metal fans: Vancouver’s West of Hell will play Piranha Bar on April 14 2019. Don’t miss them!
This is the next musician you need to check out!
KISS may be nearing the end of the road, but they’re making sure to go out with a bang. Literally.
Tarah Who?’s new EP is all killer, no filler, with 5 raw punk-rock-grungy songs that might just be their best work yet.
Live performance of Sleeping Operator exceeds record (and that’s saying something!)