East Coast transplant Mark Grundy talks about his band Quaker Parents.
Be charmed by this East coast band you need to hear with their new album Thought Rock Fish Scale. Review here.
Montreal band offers debut album of sassy indie rock
Jean-Frederic talks to Luke Doucet of Whitehorse about their new album, their live show, and life performing next to your spouse.
If you’ve just been fired from Tim Hortons, the dominatrix field might be open to you.
Beautiful new album by Alana Yorke goes beyond classification.
What Do You See? mixes brutal egoism, drug references and hip hop’s trademark misogyny with goofy childlike charm and vague self-awareness.
Catchy pop rock tunes abound on Halifax band’s latest album.
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.
Ryan talks about his current tour, his new album “Alone For The First Time” and about his experiences as a musician from Halifax.
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.
John Mulane talks about In Flight Safety’s new album Conversationalist and how the band hit a crossroads and chose to fly again.
Jean-Frederic Vachon talks to singer Brett Emmons of the Glorious Sons about rock’s staying power and what it’s like to be in an up-and-coming rock band.
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.
Ken “Gus” Gaucher learns TMI about Barbara Walters, prods the new PQ proposed budget, and discovers one thing he’ll have to cross off his bucket list.