We spoke with the founder of the Urban Science band and its live-music event, which has become a Montreal go-to and is thriving in its new format.
The Canadiens’ preseason is officially underway today, but that doesn’t mean Kent Hughes and Jeff Gorton are done tinkering with their roster.
“We may never see the likes of P.K. Subban in the NHL again any time soon, if ever. I can only hope his persona and on-ice play have inspired young fans to pursue their own hockey dream. But the league and the Canadiens’ front office and coaches should be ashamed of how they handled him during his prime.”
Eight artists you don’t want to miss at POP, which takes over the city’s music venues from Sept. 28 to Oct. 2.
We asked King Khan and BBQ, currently on the road completing a 30-date tour, about their viral TikTok hit (from 2007) “Love You So.”
“Jeff Gorton, Kent Hughes and Martin St. Louis need to maintain momentum with their hockey decisions and build on the goodwill they’ve created with the fanbase after a tumultuous decade under Marc Bergevin.”
An interview with the former Calgary band, now split between Montreal, Toronto and NYC, about their brand new album Arrangements.
We spoke with the Corridor singer and solo artist about his new, self-titled LP, launching with a POP Montreal show later this month.
“The follow-up to 2019’s Grammy-nominated Apollo XXI sees Lacy’s warm, psychedelic take on bedroom pop and neo-soul go to bolder and more intimate places.”
“The London-based outfit’s sophomore LP builds upon the band’s TechniColor, youthful-sounding sonic palette while alternating lyrically between equal amounts of excitement and despair.”