Local experimental artists from all disciplines collaborate in new festival.
Electro-jazz-pop vocalist Chanda M talks about putting together her new EP and the process behind the songs.
Los Angeles band travels across country for sold out show at the Casa.
More cheeseball dueling guitar solos than any audience should be asked to put up with.
Poetic and non-lyrical, Last Ex and Jessica Moss made for a show that was a dreamscape of sound.
Montreal musician has his eyes on the prize as he goes from jazz to pop.
Here are some of our picks for the experimental music festival of all genres.
A small crowd doesn’t stop this upbeat band from playing solid show of indie pop.
Derrick Soares caught the band in case you didn’t.
They don’t play often, but they’re always a great show. Catch them free tonight!
Music and goodies help thaw out winter’s chill.
Photojournal of last night’s shows along St. Laurent including Friendly Rich, Krista Muir, and LIly Frost.
Combining blues guitar, gritty vocals and beatboxing, Heymoonshaker is making a fantastic and unique sound.
Moegi chats with the boys behind the band Po Lazarus, gets to know them a little better, and sees what they have in store for the new year.
Artists who don’t fit easily into any normal line of programming find their home at the Phenomena Festival. Here are some picks.
Trying to figure out what to see at POP Montreal? I can’t either. Follow Rachel’s inadequate mulling over what to do with Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night.
A photo journal of the band’s show at Casa del Popolo.
Slim Twig talks about how his musical interests switched from psychedelic sounds to older exploratory genres. He also has a few good picks for film soundtracks.
Casa del Popolo was the perfect intimate setting for the This Many Boyfriends Club, Dreamend, The Stargazer Lillies, and The Casket Girls
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?