Luke Doucet opens up about being part of a folk group — it doesn’t require a moustache or old drums.
Th Dream Is Over tells stories of lost love, troubles on the road and escaping hometown tragedy.
World food tour changes its dates from August to September to attract more students to its tables.
Dan Savage’s festival where everyday people make and star in pornographic film shorts comes to Montreal.
Interview with songwriter whose country-folk sound has earned him Juno nominees and love from Tim McGraw.
“I find if I write by myself too much I start to rip my own ideas off and sound like myself too much.” Read the rest of the interview HERE:
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Join in Montreal Restaurant Week with meals at just $21, $31, and $41 at 150 participating restaurants.
After mixing several genres to create quite a unique new EP, the Quaaludes head out on an August 2015 Tour – an occasion for “sad punk” not to miss.
Belinda talks to Thomas Medard about touring with The Feather.
With his new album Key Change, Mocky reverts to a more acoustic sound to remind audience members of how human music should be. Do not miss his show on July 10.
Julie talks to the performer about her show Love & Marriage that focuses on life in a polyamorous relationship.
Have you ever heard of an anaesthesiologist hosting a group of underground punk bands, at his own expense, from half way around the world? Tokyo sure has!
Tom Cochrane is back in the game after an eight year hiatus with what promises to be his best yet. Read our interview here.
Multi-instrumentalist Neal Morse talks about his new solo album
Jay Watson of POND and Tame Impala talks about touring and why he failed with Tinder.
Odesza played a diverse and fulfilling set on October 5, 2014 at Montreal’s Le Belmont.