This Week in Montreal Music February 5 – February 11

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February 6


Lo-fi, post-punk Priests gladly skip around different genres on their first LP. Check out singer Katie Alice Greer’s punchy vocals leading this surfy, energetic group. At Casa del Popolo. $16.

February 7

Drive By Truckers

Alt-country, Southern rock Americana goes strong for 20 years. Now you can see them at the Corona Theatre.

February 8


Manitoban Alexa Dirks of Chic Gamine goes solo as Begonia. Full of synths, harmonies, and just bold music with a new album on the way. At La Vitrola.

February 9

Le Trouble

Montreal power pop group brings ballads and guitar work as a kick off for the new album. Check them out at Petit Campus.

February 10

Los, Pony, and Femme Accident

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Garage indie music at its absolute most fun. At Turbo Haus.

February 11

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Quebec Folk music fans of can get their joy on. Winner of the SOCAN songwriting prize will be at the Phi Centre, which is always a great space to catch some music.

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