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.
POP Montreal has a reputation for bringing some seriously hip and highly anticipated acts to town and this year they are hosting Robby Hoffman,
Craig Schram of Edmonton’s Provincial Archive talks to us about the processes that went into the band’s third album, It’s All Shaken Wonder.
Pop Montreal’s Place des Arts free show started quietly, but transformed almost within seconds to a massive crowd for A Tribe Called Red.
McAuslan Brewery plays host to annual bike-in screening featuring De Palama’s ’70s classic Phantom of the Paradise
Montral-based Caila Thompson-Hannant is releasing the follow up to Being in a matter of days. Here’s a quick look at the new album Being
Why go to the movie theatre at the Forum and sneak from film to film when you can see great free films screen outside the SAT every Tuesday?
Olympic Sympohinum’s new album Chance to Fate is contemplative and searching. Rachel Levine talks to Kyle Cunjak about writing it.
Winner of this past year’s fashion Pop event, Christina Julien launches her first pop up shop at l’Espace Pop.
All the world’s on at the CCA for Nuit Blanche.
CTZNSHP’s lead singer and bassist talks to us about being an anomaly in the Montreal scene.