John Condon’s songs compiled in album.
Gorgeous photos of bands and crowds at Pouzzafest 2015.
Demon’s Claws, Skip Jensen Group, and Double Date with Death make for a wide variety of styles and a fun night.
After a solo hiatus, Matsuo explains why how he got the beloved indie band back together.
Vernissage of colourful art complimented with talented local performers.
A room full of vendors, artists, and performers. It feels like Christmas, only it isn’t, and there’s a lot more anarchy!
Self titled ep has all the fuzzy goodness of an album recorded off the floor.
Get ready for ear melting electro-punk when the Los Angeles band takes the stage.
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.
Brooklyn punk-art duo Buke and Gase talk about their impetus to experiment. Is the answer just “Boredom”?
This week Hard Rock Tuesdays covers Heavy Montreal and addresses everything from residential concerns at Parc Jean Drapeau and an interview with Fucked UP.
An overview of Heavy Montreal, It’s almost here, and the line-up is AWESOME. Read on to know more.
Violent Femmes play first album in its entirety, prompting a rather long reminiscence on growing up with the Femmes as a life soundtrack.
Andres Roget captured Pouzza Fest, a punk rock music festival that took place downtown Montreal from May 16 to 18, 2014.
Protomartyr’s sophomore album is halfway there — and depending on if you are an optimist or a pessimist, you can take that how you want.
Andres Roget turns his camera to capture Montreal bands OPE & John Andrew Et Les Bonnes Manières.
Reverend Horton Heat, the Brains, and Necromantix are like a fine whiskey. Rock-punk-country outfits only get better with age.
Get ready to flail and mosh at Ska label Stomp Record’s birthday bash. Beer and bands are on tap.