POP Montreal takes pity on you. There’s plenty of free things to hear if you can’t afford the cover.
Though she no longer lives in Hudson, Moore went back to her hometown to record her new album Fooled by the Fun. Read our interview here.
Joyful pop album from UK band from a quiet bit of London.
This week, explore another side of art featuring vernissages (free wine!), of course, but also performances, artist talks and panels.
New album by experimental band combines dreariness with catchiness.
Peggy Hogan isn’t your everyday first-gen Chinese immigrant, classical pianist turned jazz musician turned jazz-hip-hop-rapper.
Helen Simard explains why she’s remounting her piece with a rock band.
We can vouch for all these bands at POP Montreal and you can check out our reviews, interviews, and photojournals of them in action.
Want to know what’s happening in Montreal in September. We’ve got a list of cultural events and festivals for you to peruse.
Pop Montreal performer Ty Segall reminded me why punk is so amazing. He also proves you don’t have to be a dick to be punk.
Robby Hoffman was scheduled to warm the crowd up and keep them laughing in between sets at the POP Montreal show on September 20, 2014 at the Cabaret Playhouse. As I looked [read on]
For those ready to early bird their holiday shopping or fans of delightful home made products, Puces POP is always a welcome visitor to fall.
A review of Merv Hartlen’s performance at Pop Montreal.
Nothing is better than dancing and then hanging with the band after a set that burns the rafters.
I have to thank the Pop Montreal artist recommendation for making me choose this event last night. Fisher’s performance at Petit Campus was heart-melting.
Catey Shaw talks about Hall and Oats, bickering, Brooklyn, L.A., and making art and music in advance of her appearance at POP Montreal.
Australian indie-folk musicians are excited to be on their first ever North American tour with their latest album, Passerby.
This year POP Montreal adds Merv Hartlen to your to-do comedy list. Merv is very well known in the comedy crowd of Toronto.
Trying to figure out what to see at POP Montreal? I can’t either. Follow Rachel’s inadequate mulling over what to do with Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night.
Adam Cohen talks to Nancy Berman about giving up, finding authenticity, and sacred covenants.