Low’s upcoming gloomy release, Ones and Sixes, seems like it’s just in time for the changing seasons
Mac DeMarco keeps the indie lo-fi sound on his latest EP.
All good things must come to an end, and so did Belinda’s second day at Osheaga.
Bélinda gives a report in pictures of her day at Osheaga and what she saw. Ben Harper, Patrick Watson, and crowds.
Patrick Watson delivered a gorgeous, mostly instrumental performance that transported Belinda.
Belinda talks to Thomas Medard about touring with The Feather.
If I ever had to choose one album that reminded me of summer road trips and bonfires on the beach under the influence of an indie flame, The Cairo Gang’s Goes Missing would [read on]
Here are a few picks of who to see at NXNE if you are headed to the festival, along with some advice about getting and staying there.
Have you ever heard of an anaesthesiologist hosting a group of underground punk bands, at his own expense, from half way around the world? Tokyo sure has!
Tell us the name of your favourite beast and you might win a pair of tickets to see Elephant Stone in concert!
Great new music by Stevens suggests his upcoming show will be one to catch.
Fantastic performance by Robyn’s latest find.
They don’t play often, but they’re always a great show. Catch them free tonight!
Music and goodies help thaw out winter’s chill.
A review of Anna Aaron’s new album “Neuro” (psst it’s amazing). She’s playing in Montreal on both Feb 27 and Feb 28.
Australia’s singer-songwriter, The Singer, talks music, his new EP, influences, and life in Montreal.
Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance is their poppiest album yet. Read the full review here.
New album spans the gamut from calm to crashing.
Montreal band releases its first filled with blues, jazz, and southern songwriting.
Win tickets to see the M for Montreal showcase of Close Talker and Katie Moore. Enter HERE!