Not entirely sure what to do to celebrate Black History Month in Montreal? Here’s a pick for each day of the month.
UK electro-band Until the Ribbon Breaks invites listeners to journey to their imagined worlds through their new album A Lesson Unlearnt
Dillon Francis is the perfect artist to experience at New City Gas. His music is fun, and so so easy to dance (like no one is watching) to. He’s playing on Sunday Nov. 30th.
Enter now to win tickets in our giveaway for the show to see Tokyo Police Club and Said the Whale!
Pictures of the bands that performed at Underworld including Supersuckers.
Lisa LeBlanc and July Talk are both gritty, raunchy, and rocking. What a fab night for all!
BAHAMAS and The Barr Brothers played really amazing sets at Metropolis on Nov 6th. I felt connected to the Montreal-formed group in an amazing yet unique way.
King Diamond supported by Jess and the Ancient Ones returned in triumph to Montreal after a long hiatus.
The crowd was small, but the sound was mighty. Old rockers Judas Priest are back after a two year break and Steel Panther touches the limits of decency and hair size.
Odesza played a diverse and fulfilling set on October 5, 2014 at Montreal’s Le Belmont.
This year POP Montreal adds Merv Hartlen to your to-do comedy list. Merv is very well known in the comedy crowd of Toronto.
Show at Club Soda welcomes European melodic metal groups with rousing support.
Despite the rain, Saturday night at Montreal Reggae fest had everyone moving and grooving.
Solid show by Bruno Mars keeps fans on its feet, while Bebe Rexha fills in for Pharell Williams and gains new fans.
Killers play long list of hits and b-sides at Bell Centre show. Opener Stars were solid too.
As long as I can remember, music has always been a huge part of my life especially rock and roll, whether it was going through my awkward, shy teenage years, cranking up the [read on]
Review of St. Vincent and Groenland’s performances on July 5th at Metropolis as a part of Montreal’s 35th Annual Jazz Festival.
New York throws a must-go music party every summer. Robyn Homeniuk made sure not to miss this year’s Governor’s Ball. Here are her photos and review.
Two music powerhouses in the city come together to bring a live event featuring three of Montreal’s most innovative artists in an intimate setting.
Lisa Iwanycki-Moore and band turn one of her metaphoric songs into an immersive commemoration for a favorite tree and that’s just the beginning of this unconventional concert.