It’s Record Store Day! See our rundown of local stores hours, sales and in-store performances (as well as a list of interesting RSD exclusives) here.
Villeray will be home to a Cabane à Sucre on wheels, hosted by the Landry & Filles food truck in partnership with neighbourhood café Larue & Fils. Bring your appetite to the corner of de Castelnau and Henri-Julien to take part all weekend long. 244 de Castelnau E., 10 a.m.–4 p.m., continues Sunday.
The CNTRL: Individuality & Creativity in Technology-Based Music master class and lecture tour is touching down in Montreal today, with a day of free workshops and panels at Concordia, culminating in a talk by electronic artist Richie Hawtin ahead of his nighttime set at New City Gas. Check the link here for full programming. 1455 de Maisonneuve (H-110), 3–8 p.m., free, followed by Richie Hawtin concert at New City Gas, 950 Ottawa, 10 p.m., $20
In the heart of the Plateau, White Wall Studio hosts a one-day exhibition called ¿Que mas hay? by artist Rodolfo Moraga, which centres around a single, animal-shaped sculpture and documentations of the transformations of the materials that were used in its creation. 4532 Laval, 5 p.m., free
Beaubien’s queer bowling alley bar, Notre Dame des Quilles, turns three years old today and is throwing a celebratory dance party with DJs Frankie Teardrop and Bunny Buns. 32 Beaubien E., 9 p.m., free
If super danceable, hooky garage pop and lo-fi surf sounds like a good time, you’ll want to check out Peach Kelli Pop at l’Escogriffe, with openers Pale Lips and Pool Boy. 4467 St-Denis, 9 p.m., $7
To see more art events, plus complete gallery and museum listings, see Art This Week here.
To see recommended heavy-music shows and DJ nights, see Hammer of the Mods here.
To see recommended hip hop shows and parties, see The Shine here.
Check out our complete listings for more concert, nightclub, theatre, comedy and art events.