Montreal is in like a lion and out like a lion when it comes to festivals and events. March has got you covered from films on art to going all green on St. Pat’s
Black History Month ends with a spectacular show featuring guest singers and The Brooks.
Local experimental artists from all disciplines collaborate in new festival.
We’ve got a pair of tickets to give away to see Close Talker at Divan Orange on January 24.
Toronto Troubadour Corin Raymond Warms Hearts on the Coldest Night of the Year
Spectacular live 3D concert experience hits the MTelus
Andrea Ramolo, one half of the Canadian country/folk duo Scarlett Jane, will be in Montreal Wednesday November 8th at Turbo Haüs to finally present her latest solo record [read on]
From the first day to the last, we’ve got a festival or an event to keep your Montreal November on the move.
Concerts and art being showcased in November to mark the one year anniversary of Leonard Cohen’s passing.
Pulsating set of sound and music by Nicolas Jaar proves to be an experience.
Electro-jazz-pop vocalist Chanda M talks about putting together her new EP and the process behind the songs.
Performers who have confirmed for the upcoming Montréal en Lumière festival include Coral Egan, Isabelle Boulay, and Stacey Kent.
Small venues barely contain post-punk band INVSN
Reviews of Mount Eerie, Weyes Blood, and John Maus from POP Montreal.
We review what we managed to see at POP Montreal 2017
Dennis Lyxzen talks about what it’s like to be playing the long game in punk music.
Musician and vocalist Forever talks about her collaborations with Ouri and the magic of playing around the world.
For POP Montreal’s sweet sixteenth year, here is a mini-preview of a huge festival!
There are plenty of artists to choose from at POP Montreal. Here are our picks.
Bruce Cockburn talks about his new album, upcoming tour, spirituality and the state of the world