From the first day to the last, we’ve got a festival or an event to keep your Montreal November on the move.
Montreal continues to keep its festal calendar even when the weather starts to cool down. Everything from animals to zines gets an event.
BBNG’s Performance at M for Montreal focused on the build-up and featured virtuosic jazz that got the crowd moving.
Adam Cohen and his six-piece band plays to an adoring audience at Théâtre Maisonneuve as part of M for Montréal.
Lisa LeBlanc and July Talk are both gritty, raunchy, and rocking. What a fab night for all!
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Four nights of great shows, workshops, panels, schmoozing, and a chance to celebrate the musical talents of Montreal
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Boats were rushed, late, disorganized, and packed onto a stage that barely contained them. And they rocked the fucking house.
At the Montreal Mundial festival, photojournalist Andres Roget caught Collectivo and the Souljazz Orchestra at l’Astral.
Groenland’s sudden rise to fame is talent and good timing. Sabrina Halder talks bout how the band started and her early experiences singing jazz in CEGEP.
Lakes of Canada are performing as part of M for Montreal — Montreal’s platform for showcasing up-and-coming Canadian musicians and helping them launch their careers internationally. Conor O’Neil talks about the festival and the new yet-to-be-released album.
Mat Klachefsky’s complex personality well reflected by the equally intriguing sound of Winnipeg indie band Boats.
Andy Shauf digs on his favorite Beatle, his songwriting process, and the long anticipated Bearer of Bad News.
Frannie Holder of Random Recipe dishes on being a woman in the music industry, the difficulty of writing a new album, and the joy of making music.