Jurassic performances by Montreal and English DJs keep the crowd warm at Igloofest.
Li’l Andy opens up about his relationship with technology, his interest in trains, and what country and bluegrass mean to him.
Feminist, dj, and artist, JD Samson talks about making Labor, involvement with freeing Pussy Riot, and the relationship between writing music and activism.
Jessie Stein sums up the best points of months on the road and the best points of being home on the day before the last show of the tour.
The crowd was bumping to see DJ Skream at Igloofest.
Montreal band In Beliefs’ new demo EP starts off rocky, but soon captures attention with its dynamism.
Get ready to flail and mosh at Ska label Stomp Record’s birthday bash. Beer and bands are on tap.
British sensation Jake Bugg’s concert proved to be exactly what reviewer Nina Chabel hoped… And beyond that, the Skins proved to be better than expected, while Albert Hammond Jr. shows he’s a worthy front man.
Jessy Lanza talks about two men who were critical in Pull My Hair Back: Jeremy Greenspan and Prince.
The High Dials have survived change in many forms, including its line-up of members, a new sound, a new producer, and even its latest video.
Jim Jones’ heart isn’t all that savage. Find out who gets him choked up at live performances.
Photo journal of concert by Andres Roget.
Only one musician is brave enough to wear a candle on his head while he plays…
Alt-folk band the Wind and the Wild are as introspective and wintery as the place they come from.
We look ahead and list the ten indie and alt-rock albums we most anticipate listening to in 2014. Any guesses who makes the list?
Sweet Talking Liars drummer Richard Sychterz talks about how the band got started and their plans to record a new album in 2014.
Adaptable with its smooth jazz and indie sensibilities, Tofu Stravinsky talks about its move from Nelson BC to Montreal.
Photographs of the Warhol Dervish Collective playing with three international musicians at Sala Rossa.
Caroline Brooks explains why Christmas has special meaning for the Good Lovelies.
Doug Van Nort’s music comes from some unusual sources, including samples taken from cicadas, ants, and bees.