The last week to be a part of Native Immigrant’s Teiotiohkwenhahton: Beadwork, Visions of Peace project.
Lead singer of The OBGM’s talks to Belinda about Montreal vs. Toronto and his favourite type of venues to play.
A conversation about film school, techniques, and their group’s bond
Jen Kirkman gets real about performing comedy and shows us her multi-faceted self.
Virani and Jones went cross country to collect perceptions about Canada to create a collaborative art project, unveiled this Canada Day.
The Bouncing Souls discuss why punk rock never gets old.
Wrestler and improviser, McGee plans to half-nelson his audience at the Fringe.
Part of the Pitchfest Film Fest, The Two Escobars looks at the relationship between Pedro and Andres
Sketch comedy troupes come and go, but Get Off the Stage has survived babies and ’80s references.
As the clocks struck eight and the bands went on late, Scandinavian rock groups Amaranthe and Santa Cruz graced Corona Theatre with their foreign presence this past Tuesday [read on]
T. A. Wellington interviews Jonathan Kay, now editor-in-chief for The Walrus, Canada’s response to The New Yorker and The Atlantic.
A quick interview with Bakermat convinces me further of his greatness. Montreal, we’re lucky to have him at NCG on April 3rd!
Tom Cochrane is back in the game after an eight year hiatus with what promises to be his best yet. Read our interview here.
Slim Twig talks to Vivika about making his new album A Hound at the Hem and how knowing the art is part of knowing the artist.
It takes a creative and visionary brain to create a new genre of dance music. Shash’U is that brain.
Holly Brace-Lavoie talks about The High Note, a comedy web series about a dysfunctional rock band composed of untalented 30-somethings
Drunk on dep store wine, an interview in an alley could only descend into madness.
Darwin Baker talks about how the Crooked Brothers came together, what it was like to finally play the Winnipeg Folk Festival, and discusses some songs from their new album.
Leon Harrison talks about how The Lazy’s started in Chicoutimi and have been making a name for themselves ever since.
Mojo Gurus frontman Kevin Steele opens up on aging rockers, the music business and his musical heroes