New comedy event taking place in Montreal.
Annual food fair at Palais de Congrès always a delight for tastebuds as well as social awareness.
Peter J Radomski who emceed when Comedyworks first reopened returns one year later for five shows in three nights.
Lady Josephine, a go go dancer, and The Continentals gave a rowdy, fun welcome to this new joint.
The newest Dylan bootleg series boxset is a fascinating look into the mind of one of the greatest songwriters of the 20th century.
Dangerously funny that is with Danger Dulgar Sundays.
Charming pixie Emilie talks about how she got her harp Ogden and their three year journey together.
Sometimes a duo, sometimes a four-piece set, Juliana & Jesse is an “urban folk” project led by two musically impassioned siblings. Interview with these Montrealers here.
Montreal alternative rock band Das Blankout celebrates release party of new single.
Wash up on your desert island with this disk.
Robyn reviews Arkells’ “High Noon” and Spoon’s “They Want My Soul”.
With the alt comedy scene and the regular circuit coming together, character comedy is at the fore.
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.
Only one musician is brave enough to wear a candle on his head while he plays…