BAHAMAS and The Barr Brothers played really amazing sets at Metropolis on Nov 6th. I felt connected to the Montreal-formed group in an amazing yet unique way.
Kim Churchill is excited to perform with Mo Kenney early November at Club Soda.
Brooklyn punk-art duo Buke and Gase talk about their impetus to experiment. Is the answer just “Boredom”?
BANKS and ODESZA turn out perfect back to school albums. Both of these would be great for a study session turned dance party.
Craig Schram of Edmonton’s Provincial Archive talks to us about the processes that went into the band’s third album, It’s All Shaken Wonder.
Interview with Matthew Barber about his latest album, Big Romance.
Robyn reviews Arkells’ “High Noon” and Spoon’s “They Want My Soul”.
Review of Richard Reed Parry and La Roux’s new albums. Both are worth picking up, especially Parry’s on vinyl if you have a record player.
A review of Kiesza’s debut EP and Morrissey’s newest album World Peace Is None of Your Business
Get Scandinavian by listening to these new albums by these Swedish indie groups: Lykke Li, First Aid Kit, and Nina’s new discovery, Mindfox
Review of St. Vincent and Groenland’s performances on July 5th at Metropolis as a part of Montreal’s 35th Annual Jazz Festival.
Royal Canoe talks about its process for writing music and also how Winnipeg is still very much a part of their sound despite being on the road.
We talk with Toronto based indie-folk rockers about their upcoming album.
Dee Dee Penny and the Dum Dum Girls performed a high energy show at Il Motore.
Eric Sanderson talks about how The Augustine’s self-titled debut album is built from the positivity and energy that helped them resurrect and soar.
Photo journal of concert by Andres Roget.
Only one musician is brave enough to wear a candle on his head while he plays…
Alt-folk band the Wind and the Wild are as introspective and wintery as the place they come from.
Adaptable with its smooth jazz and indie sensibilities, Tofu Stravinsky talks about its move from Nelson BC to Montreal.
CTZNSHP’s lead singer and bassist talks to us about being an anomaly in the Montreal scene.