Dave King has a lot to y’know say about why it’s good to be fronting a long-runing Celtic punk band.
More cheeseball dueling guitar solos than any audience should be asked to put up with.
Don’t miss this electro-dream-pop band, Smileswithteeth, at POP Montreal. Gabriel Gutierrez tells us about his project.
Trippy band Tame Impala fills the Bell Centre with positive vibes.
New album by Baltimore group has ambiance.
New album by Bud Rice releases album of well composed songs with jazz, blues, R&B, and folk influences.
The Bouncing Souls discuss why punk rock never gets old.
New album by Cayucas builds on its earlier sound.
The success of Alexandra Schuller’s on-stage persona Shy Shy Schullie is the result of a love for music, years of singing, and an amazing group of people who surround her.
Jon Ronson’s film looks at the uncomfortable relationship between fame and creativity for a band with an eccentric member.
Shantel and the Bucovina Club Orkestar play two shows on the TD stage and fill the city with Balkan electro.
Latin-jazz band takes audience to Cuba.
How Sad began as a bedroom project and evolved into something better. Harris Shper talks about how the dancey, upbeat band with the gloomy name got started.
CTZNSHP’s lead singer and bassist talks to us about being an anomaly in the Montreal scene.
Boats were rushed, late, disorganized, and packed onto a stage that barely contained them. And they rocked the fucking house.
Head of the Herd plays Petit Campus with new tunes from its latest album.
Arcade Fire’s new album Reflektor is streaming on YouTube now.