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As honest and raw as he plays, Shotgun Jimmie gets real about life as a one man band and why touring across the country solo is great.
Folk infused electronic indie duo Wye Oak brings sensitive, emotional songs to Il Motore.
Leisure Cruise might be a little off Montrealer’s radar right now, but that’s unlikely to be the case for long if the quality and energy of the La Vitrola show is any indication.
We interview the very charming Marta Pacek about her new album and her tour.
Vancouver singer Jordan Klassen evokes moods of existential angst with his soul searching music.
Vancouver band BESTiE pulls into Monreal with its soccer-mom van and a pineapple party.
Interview with indie royalty Dave Hodge and Leah Siegel, a power duo that makes Leisure Cruise the best musical trip you’ll take in a long time.
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.
Talented indie boy bands from Canada and the UK get their groove on and no one is complaining!
A photolog from of the newest music festivals in the city dedicated to “vintage” music — music with a pure sound and a lot of attitude.
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.
Killer show of Moderat gets crowd to move and sweat. Lili Hudecova gives an audience eye view of a beloved band. Also, check out her live capture of a few songs.
Royal Canoe talks about its process for writing music and also how Winnipeg is still very much a part of their sound despite being on the road.
Jessy Lanza is much loved by her many fans. Her sense of beats and her angelic voice blend perfectly.
Zoe Schultz interviews punk melodic Young Rival followed by a quick recap of their recent concert at l’Esco.
Hazy, nostalgic album Estara is perfect ambient music for the sensitive soul.
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.
New EP evocative of both Johnny Marr and Blaxploitation films. How exactly does that happen?
With new baby in tow and lyrics written on paper plates, Martha Wainwright shows that the best performances require nothing more than showing up as one’s true self