Mr. Scruff returned to Montreal for a much-appreciated night of solid groove and funk. Also, a quick review of his new album, Friendly Bacteria.
Review of the multi-comedian show Brit-Ish at Just For Laughs.
Album review of London based Woman’s Hour’s debut album Conversations
The controversial new video Double Bubble Trouble shows that M.I.A. is badass.
London England indie band Berton discusses how they got together and gets deeper about war, violence, and symbolism.
Talented indie boy bands from Canada and the UK get their groove on and no one is complaining!
Provocative exhibition of miniatures and artworks by British brothers Jake and Dinos Chapman combine fear, wonder, and cheek.
Iggy Azalea brought the party with her to Montreal. The only complaint is that she didn’t play long enough!
All the world’s on at the CCA for Nuit Blanche.
Hazel Wilde talks about songwriting, the relationship between current events and lyrics, and the history of Lanterns on the Lake.
British sensation Jake Bugg’s concert proved to be exactly what reviewer Nina Chabel hoped… And beyond that, the Skins proved to be better than expected, while Albert Hammond Jr. shows he’s a worthy front man.
Jim Jones’ heart isn’t all that savage. Find out who gets him choked up at live performances.
London DJ and Producer Pedestrian drops into Le Belmont for a not-to-be-missed show if you know what’s good for you.