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’80s jazzman Jack DeJohnette and his band go for the improvisational form.
Those lucky enough to see Ginger Baker got to spend an hour and a half in the presence of greatness.
This Summer marks the 19th anniversary of Vans Warped Tour, epic 245-day-long festival!
Quantic and his talented band are magnifico in Club Soda.
Piknic Electronik features an incredible line up of djs and summer Sunday sun.
Montreal blues/folk songster Adam Karch talks about his newly released album as well as performance and process.
Debra Heather sits down for a personal interview with rocker Taylor James, to discuss his musical inspirations, influences and future aspirations.
Toronto punk outfit continues to hold the #1 spot in Mike Carrozza’s heart. Here’s why…
Beautiful sunny Sunday with Montreal representing on both stages. Photographer Fernando Landin captured the glorious day.
Emotional album from Lana Del Rey a fan pleaser and sure to be remixed.
It’s time to get your inner rock star ready and party hard this coming weekend in Montebello, for the 9th edition of Amnesia Rockfest.
Damon McMahon from Amen Dunes talks about his music, influences, and his thoughts about song writing and the music industry.
With sample-tinged, folk-orchestral-dance-dreamy-pop, Lydia Ainsworth just released her debut album that shines and sparkles.
Brooklyn’s Rush Midnight is the alter ego of Russ Meyer. Think 80’s pop icon with lots of swagger. He talks about his musical process and his new album here.
Since moving to Montreal, Little Scream (aka Laurel Sprengelmeyer) has turned her visual artistry into musical artistry. She talks about her upcoming album, tentatively titled Dance in the Void.
The Germans are coming! The Germans are coming! Wait, the Germans are headlining! The Germans are headlining!
Fernando Landin captures the total fun in the sun of this Sunday’s Piknic Electronik.
Scandinavian power pairing of Robyn and Royksopp create Do It Again, an album delightfully unlike any of their previous ones.
Montreal band The First End is as political as it is musical. Frontman Dan Parker talked about how the band got started and how he lets politics and music entwine.
Chromeo album solid with a fantastic sweep of collaborators on many tracks.