Interview with songwriter whose country-folk sound has earned him Juno nominees and love from Tim McGraw.
Nisha Coleman’s new book follows her first year and a half as a busker on the streets of Paris, from her precarious arrival in the city to her thriving life.
Grilled Cheese arrives in the Plateau beside Mt. Royal station and the results are gooey good.
From Canada to Nashville, Lindi Ortega keeps burning bright with Faded Gloryville.
After the Last River focuses on five years in the community of Attawapiskat as it faces problems from a nearby De Beers diamond mine.
Amazing start to Osheaga with the OBGMs!
This pop outfit hit one out of the park in 2012 with “And I Thank You.” Now catch them with their new album for free if you win here!
Six short films in this international festival give independent, self-financed directors a chance to appear on the big screen.
Ken Gaucher’s take on the Montreal UFO, Hitler t-shirts, and baby snatcher sentencing.
Jean Frederic Vachon talks to the down-to-earth front man of Canada’s hardworking rock band, the Trews.
Despite chilly weather, the festival ended up being pretty amazing. With the right number of layers, the chill was barely noticeable.
Debra Heather sits down with Canadian rockers Monster Truck
Kingston rockers The Glorious Sons release new album.
Jessy Lanza is much loved by her many fans. Her sense of beats and her angelic voice blend perfectly.
Zoe Schultz interviews punk melodic Young Rival followed by a quick recap of their recent concert at l’Esco.
Solid performance by Ontario duo in support of their first French album.