Black History Month ends with a spectacular show featuring guest singers and The Brooks.
This weekend, NDG will be blooming with music from every balcony.
Win a pair of tickets to see Five Alarm Funk at Quai des Brumes. Enter by June 19.
Boston band goes well beyond routine with an amped up final night on the road.
This local band has got a sound that far exceeds the three guys who make it. Interview with the entire band HERE:
Cold War Kids in Montreal at Corona Theatre with new album Hold my Home.
After a solo hiatus, Matsuo explains why how he got the beloved indie band back together.
New album by NY trio a solid mix of rock, funk, and other styles.
From groove to brass to swing, this festival will get you moving.
As much rock star as a rapper, Theophilus’ show was a not-miss.
What Do You See? mixes brutal egoism, drug references and hip hop’s trademark misogyny with goofy childlike charm and vague self-awareness.
Gypsophilia blends jazz, klezmer, Brazilian, reggae, funk, swing and more to create an East-coast dance party sensation! Check them out at M for Montreal.
Get your party shoes on for Gypsophilia, the Halifax fusion band that was only meant to play one show and hasn’t stopped playing since.
Dawn Pemberton’s new album is as light and as warm as July. Close your eyes, listen, and forget it’s November.
Mr. Scruff returned to Montreal for a much-appreciated night of solid groove and funk. Also, a quick review of his new album, Friendly Bacteria.
Five Alarm Funk is touring with their latest album, Abandon Earth. The band promises a high-octane performance with hot, sweaty, half-naked dancing.
Our picks for the best free shows at the Montreal International Jazz Festival 2014. Everything from creative interpretations of standards to international rising stars to hip hop and funk.
Montreal band The First End is as political as it is musical. Frontman Dan Parker talked about how the band got started and how he lets politics and music entwine.
Chromeo album solid with a fantastic sweep of collaborators on many tracks.