HRVST: The ONLY Pop-Up Shop You Need This Weekend

Guys, it’s mid-summer already (SAY WHAAAT?!), so don’t be left with a feeling of FOMO on September 1st; get out of your apartment and do shit. Netflix ain’t going anywhere; you’ll have plenty of me time come November. Now that that’s…

The Jazz Chronicles 5. – Wrap-Up

So after 10 days of running around, chasing the best live shows of the year, Montreal Jazz Fest 2016 has come to an end.  Below, last shows we caught, which definitely kept us wanting more. This festival is just too darn short….

StartupFest Kicks-Off in Montreal This Week!

Techie aficionados, investors and entrepreneurs alike are eagerly awaiting the kick-off to the highly anticipated StartupFest in Montreal. This year’s agenda is looking to be especially dynamic with a host of speakers and guests working on some of the most…

The Jazz Chronicles 4. – Over the Hill and away

Sometimes your best friend tells it better than you would  It’s a long opening act at Wilfrid Pelletier tonight. A mix of sweat and apprehension floats over the crowd. There is no clear idea when She will appear. People feel frustrated,…

NXNE 2016: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

Well NXNE changed. Yep; this year, organizers opted for a formula minimizing bar-hoping (which we used to… nay..WE STILL love so much) replacing it with a two-stage activity center where most of the shows occurred. Right off the bat, we made…

Are you in for a psychedelic ride?

Still planning your Thursday night? Look no further. Brasserie Beaubien will rock your boat with a show featuring Crushed Out, High Hills and The Fingerprints presented by Dune Wave Records. A pretty old school bar located on Beaubien, Brasserie (or La Brassette for…

Brand New at L’Olympia

When I was a teenage emo, skipping class to wear headphones in the mall while listening to bands like Brand New and MewithoutYou it was the early 2000s. After my parents went through my chat history and banished me from unmonitored internet usage,…