Tag: folk

Music is for Solace

Lost late thoughts on the last edition of M for Montreal  How have you been ? I have been good. But I do miss writing about music. And it’s not desire which was lacking. We don’t need to acknowledge how…

The Last Waltz 40th Anniversary Celebration: Corona Theatre

Back to back Friday evenings spent at the Corona Theater and I couldn’t have asked for a better concert to attend. The Last Waltz 40TH Anniversary Celebration showcased a remarkable display of Canadian showmanship. With help from Canadian artists including Montreal’s Shane…

Mangy Pride + The Damn Truth: SOLD OUT

To begin with, this was the first concert I attended at the Corona Theatre and I have nothing but kind words to say about it. The original exterior arch followed by visually stunning interior balconies and ceiling moldings just screams…

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…

Po Lazarus launches debut album Ways To End The Night this Friday

This Friday night at Club Lambi, our very own Po Lazarus, will be launching their much anticipated debut album, Ways To End The Night. By fusing rock and roll, folk, and blues, this four piece band delivers a raw and powerful…

The Tall Shadows’ Rock Orchestra

I Shall Not Be Moved, the new album from Tall Shadows, is like a beaming smile on a brilliantly awkward teenager: “There’s a lot of weird shit going on,” admits vocalist and songwriter Owen Fairbairn, “[There are] little time changes…

Brunch & Music – A Perfection Combo at Divan Orange

If you’re looking to kick off your weekend the right way, we suggest you hit up Indie Montreal‘s second edition of Yes, No, Toaster. A brunch concert series hosted at Montreal’s Divan Orange, will be heading a performance by the…

Basia Bulat: Soft, Bright and Clear

It’s hard not to like Basia Bulat: her voice always seems to bring the light in, clear and graceful, pinning honest emotions through harmonious ballads. A few Juno Award and Polaris nominations later, the artist reaffirms herself to be an…

The Ghostly Hounds Deliver Witch Folk With Soul

Like the siren enchanting the sailor into the depths, Francesca Daoust’s voice may drown you, but what a sweet death it will be. At their EP Release Party at Le Cagibi last Friday, the Ghostly Hounds vocalist delivered a soulful…