Forget about drinks with dinner, this week is all about staying out late with a whole lot of art and a side of bubbly. Wednesday Evenings at the Museum, event Randolph S. [read on]
Jazz quartet adds nine musicians to complete its line-up for three original pieces at the L’Off Jazz.
Festivals and events to put on your calendar for the month of October in 2015.
Peggy Hogan isn’t your everyday first-gen Chinese immigrant, classical pianist turned jazz musician turned jazz-hip-hop-rapper.
Enter now to win a free copy of this new rock-jazz-soul album by Montreal locals Willis Pride and Half Nelson.
Review of the 2015 edition of Punk-O-Rama, a festival full of zombie hunters, steampunk decor and gypsy punk music.
Great night? Check. Good music? Check. Frenzied performance? Double check. Welcome to Mocky’s July 10th show at Resonance Café. Despite some technical difficulties [read on]
With his new album Key Change, Mocky reverts to a more acoustic sound to remind audience members of how human music should be. Do not miss his show on July 10.
Erykah Badu really deserved her Ella Fitzgerald Award after her vocally breathtaking Montreal Jazz Festival performance of June 29th
Documentary explores the life of jazz musician Jaco Pastorius.
Emma Beko and Gabrielle Godon make up Heartstreets, an electro/R&B duo from Montreal, which just released its follow up single, “Bubble of Joy.”
Here are some of our picks for the experimental music festival of all genres.
With the May release of their first album, The Bluebell Sisters are ready to proliferate ’50s musical glamour with jazzy instrumentals and a vintage style.
After a solo hiatus, Matsuo explains why how he got the beloved indie band back together.
Hungarian-Canadian jazz pianist, Robi Botos, makes Toronto his home. He’s worked with Oscar Peterson and won countless awards all over the world, all by the tender age of [read on]
Nancy Berman interviews Felix Riebl of the Cat Empire ahead of the band’s North American tour.
Low-key on the outside, unpredictable as they play, this Toronto band stays for a few nights while en route to the Banff Centre, starting at Cafe Resonance Tonight.
Wash up on your desert island with this disk.
Montreal band releases its first filled with blues, jazz, and southern songwriting.