Romantic crooner Jesso Jr. sings with much emotion. We review his album in advance of his SAturday show.
Though she no longer lives in Hudson, Moore went back to her hometown to record her new album Fooled by the Fun. Read our interview here.
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.
Win tickets! Enjoy this heart-warming, foot-stomping, hard-rocking Canadian band fronted by Devin Cuddy on August 26 for free by entering our contest.
Review of the 2015 edition of Punk-O-Rama, a festival full of zombie hunters, steampunk decor and gypsy punk music.
New album by Bud Rice releases album of well composed songs with jazz, blues, R&B, and folk influences.
Punk-O-Rama Fest is spinning its way into TRH Bar and Foufs this weekend, dragging along some of the best folk punk bands in North America – not to miss.
With only two days left to Amnesia Rockfest, festival-goers’ excitement increases by the hour. What can be better than great live music, booze and camping?
Here are some of our picks for the experimental music festival of all genres.
Americana country noir has something for everyone.
After a year of dormancy, Montreal’s Fruiting Bodies are on the scene again.
Two great albums herald two great shows coming up in Montreal. Aren’t we lucky?
Ayreon’s Arjen Lucassen and The Gathering’s Anneke van Giersbergen join forces for a new concept album that mixes folk with prog rock and symphonic metal.
They don’t play often, but they’re always a great show. Catch them free tonight!
Newfoundland’s Fortunate Ones, played an incredible show at Montreal’s Petit Campus. Stephanie interviews them HERE.
The Archive Series: Vol. 1 is mind-boggling peek into the mind of an artist bursting at the seams with song to sing
Montreal can lay a touch of claim to Aussie singer-songwriter The Singer (Mike O’Dowd): he’s been based here this past year. Last Fall, he released a debut EP, New Blue [read on]
Montreal Jesse Stone’s new album is an homage to countless American folk and country singers.
David Sherman and Nancy Lee deliver an intimate and relatable performance in their docu-musical Lost & Found.
“Leave No Bridge Unburned” blends 60’s rock, surf guitar, spaghetti western scores and haunting vocal harmonies, all in a package that still sounds modern.