Urban art competition Beaux Degats pitted six teams against each other on the theme of photography. This is Fernando Landin’s photo journal of the event.
It’s easy to see why Construct is a powerhouse in the Montreal DJ scene. He has his fingers on many turntables — from websites to live events for graffiti artists.
Montreal’s food trucks are back with even more options than ever before. Four of them tempted dancers to stop their moves during the 6th Montreal Lunch Beat.
Iggy Azalea brought the party with her to Montreal. The only complaint is that she didn’t play long enough!
Alternative American band The Neighbourhood remind reviewer Nina Chabel of UFOs — though that might just be her penchant for the X-Files.
The Soul Motivators talk about what they’d like to see Montreal do on Friday night.
Get your Nuit Blanche art and DJ style at the SAT and the MAC. VJs and Djs pair up at the SAT, while the MAC offers a 24-hour screening of Marclay’s The Clock.
Photograph from Liliane Hudecova’s favourite night at Igloofest.
Another awesome night at Igloofest captured by Lili Hudecova. Look out for the dancing banana.
Claude Vonstroke and Justin Martin were on the decks, and packed conditions made crowd surfing the only way to get some fresh air.
Photo journal by Natalia Silverina of Igloofest, week 2, January 24, 2014.
Jurassic performances by Montreal and English DJs keep the crowd warm at Igloofest.
Feminist, dj, and artist, JD Samson talks about making Labor, involvement with freeing Pussy Riot, and the relationship between writing music and activism.
Flyers to events for NYE in Montreal.
Forget dancing until 3 a.m. DJ Mary Hell will get booties shaking at high noon in the fifth edition of Montreal’s Lunch Beat.
London DJ and Producer Pedestrian drops into Le Belmont for a not-to-be-missed show if you know what’s good for you.
Ed Banger DJs were on hand to mix and sign the new book Travail Famille Party. Here is our photo gallery.