BBNG’s Performance at M for Montreal focused on the build-up and featured virtuosic jazz that got the crowd moving.
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.
Emma Elbourne talks to Jim Doxas about risk and trust and making music.
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.
Dawn Pemberton’s new album is as light and as warm as July. Close your eyes, listen, and forget it’s November.
Giselle Webber’s latest musical project brings to life the smokey jazz bars and cafés of Paris.
A good album from Jessie Ware, and a very strong album from Busty and the Bass.
Multi-talented Giselle Webber reincarnates as sassy jazz screamster Gigi French.
We sent M. Talakoub to the L’Off Jazz to capture the musicians in action. He caught Jean Vanasse and Josh Rager & Donny Kennedy.
Montreal’s L’Off Jazz festival features musical groupings from solo singers to multi-person groups. Every style of jazz is represented at this one!
The success of Alexandra Schuller’s on-stage persona Shy Shy Schullie is the result of a love for music, years of singing, and an amazing group of people who surround her.
Mr. Scruff returned to Montreal for a much-appreciated night of solid groove and funk. Also, a quick review of his new album, Friendly Bacteria.
Beat Market took some time to chat with us at Osheaga. Learn about their festival experience and what else is in store for the duo in 2014/2015
Latin-jazz band takes audience to Cuba.
Our picks for the best free shows at the Montreal International Jazz Festival 2014. Everything from creative interpretations of standards to international rising stars to hip hop and funk.
The Grove and Engines of Peace rock Il Motore with their groovy-jazzy-hard rocking sound.
Seeking his daily dose of weird, Claudel found it at O Patro Vys. Stravinksy was transformed from classical chords to jazz.
Infectious, well rehearsed jazz quartet recreates speak-easy feel.
Photo journal of Studies in Freedom, the musical-text project of power-couple bassist, jazz improviser WIlliam Parker and dancer-choreographer Patricia Nicholson Parker.
Jazz Festival in Montreal focuses on international and local piano players.