What you missed if you didn’t see SUUNS last week

Did you realize too late your favorite hometown band was in Montreal and missed them? That’s pretty shitty considering SUUNS won’t be around for a while with their tour promoting their latest effort, Hold/Still, will be bringing them all over the…

NU_MTL Daybook 027 Aidan Knight : For The Road Of The Mind

Hailing from Victoria BC, Aidan Knight has established himself as the new light Canadian folk-rock in 2012 with the acclaimed debut album Small Reveal. Yep, that was released four years ago already. Each Other, his latest effort, is a little less…

Agrikol’s paradise hideaway

Were it not for the classy neon pink sign in the window of this renovated house on an otherwise silent stretch of Amherst Street, you might not figure out that one of Montreal’s hottest and most unique bar experiences awaited…

Why you need to see SUUNS this wednesday

The much-adored Montreal-based band Suuns released its third studio album, Hold/Still, on April 15th and it’s only five short days later are the guys will be promoting it in their hometown. Performing at La Tulipe this coming Wednesday, the Polaris prize nominee…

Distorsion: Montreal’s new Psychedelic music festival

Created by the ‘Conspiration Psychédélic de Montreal‘, Distortion is Montreal’s new psychedelic music and arts festival and every night is produced by a different well known local organization.The festival will take place over 4 days this coming May 12-15 and…

Le Festif! announces 2016 festival lineup

Last year, a couple of us decided to be sporadic. So we booked a little motel room and headed out to Baie St-Paul to see what Le Festif! was all about.  We went there expecting to catch a few good…

How I got my cooking groove back

Nowadays, when it comes to me vs cooking, it can get ugly and messy very fast.  After years of failed attempts (and if I’m being honest, battling my ultra laziness every since work started taking over my life) I have…

What’s up this weekend? (March 18th-20th)

Spring is in the air and green is undeniably the theme of the weekend! Plantzy is having a huge sale and, of course, it’s St-Paddy ‘cheap as chips’ festivities! Cheap as chips is an Irish expression meaning inexpensive… so I’ve heard!…