Category: Music

Yesterday’s, today’s and tomorrow’s artists.

Mangy Pride + The Damn Truth: Live at The Corona Theatre

Mangy Pride – Opening Act What do you get when you decide to record an EP inside of an actual bomb shelter located in Gilly, Switzerland? Psychedelic rock fused with blues and soul. It seems like a mouthful, but Montreal’s performer…

M for Montreal 2016 Festival Guide

November is one of the most dreaded months of the year.  There’s probably one thing keeping us music aficionados from fleeing the city, and that’s the annual M for Montreal festival.  Again this year, you won’t be sorry for sticking around town:…

La Souterraine: It’s All About the Ladies this Friday Night

La Souterraine, a toddler in the music industry, searches far and wide for new French pop and gives visibility to new, emerging francophone artists from all over the world. How? They have a radio show in Paris, Radio Campus Paris, have…

Blonde Redhead – Growing Pains and The Art Of Revisiting

Pioneers Kazu Makino, Simone and Amedeo Pace wanted to live through Misery Is A Butterfly, a record that would change everything for them and for their fans. For the occasion, they were gracefully backed-up by the American Contemporary Music Ensemble (ACME)…

Duchess Says’ “Sciences Nouvelles” is One of the Year’s Best Releases

Up until now, Duchess Says has been more recognized for its live shows rather than for its albums.  “Sciences Nouvelles”, the latest work from the four piece band, might just change that. Being the most accessible album yet, it’s a little more melodic, a little less…

The Band-The Last Waltz 40th Anniversary Celebration

The Band? The Band?! THE BAND! Alright, listen up people! I’ll be the first to admit that until recent events, The Band’s work remained unknown to me. I wouldn’t say that I’ve become a rabid fan of their music, but…

Blonde Redhead In Town With An Orchestra

How often do you get to hear a cult album played live ? Take a deep breath, for no other than indie-alt-rock veterans Blonde Redhead will reunited on stage this Sunday to interpret Misery is a Butterfly, a breakthrough album released in 2004.  They…

Po Lazarus – What a Way to End the Night

On September 23rd, Po Lazarus took the stage by storm at Club Lambi and officially launched their debut album, Ways To End The Night. I walked into the venue with great anticipation, and I was not disappointed. Their modern approach to…

We Are Wolves’ new Album “Wrong” Is Anything But

When We Are Wolves announced they were releasing their 5th studio album, “Wrong”, the rumour mill started spinning: the album was going to be different, and in this case, different meant pop. Shocking, right?! A band releasing a new album…

Wake Island: A technology odyssey

Everyone has a story. Wake Island‘s journey began as story of two friends who met in 2004 and now forming one of the most promising band of the year. ‘’We met in Montreal, of all all places’’, recalls Philippe Manasseh…