We saw Choses Sauvages at Foufs, Marie Davidson making her live comeback at Fairmount and eight other folk, punk, death disco, ethereal electronic and nocturnal mood music acts in between, from Nov. 15 to 18.
Punks, post-rockers, rappers, soul singers, funk guitarists, a “power folk” act, an experimental orchestral ensemble and a political disco duo played POP 2023 last week, among many others.
Our thoughts on the sweet 16th blowout at Parc Jean-Drapeau.
3 takes on the Billie Eilish set at Osheaga 2023, including a check-in on Rema at the other end of the festival site.
Kendrick Lamar collabs and no-shows, one last Low show before the death of the band’s shining light, big moments at Parc Jean-Drapeau and the sad Win Butler episode were some the things that marked our music writers last year.
Six critics share their Top 10 lists for the year that’s coming to a close.
“Featuring members as young as 12 — they even talked between songs about doing homework on the red-eye flight here — talented L.A. quartet the Linda Lindas boast plenty of spunk, attitude and genuine chops, and proved it on Thursday night in front of a packed Rialto.”
From the heights of headliners Arcade Fire and Dua Lipa to the WTF stupidity of Machine Gun Kelly and Slowthai to killer sets by the hyped Wet Leg and relative unknowns Khruangbin, this weekend there was no place like home.
Four critics share their Top 10 lists for the year that’s coming to a close.
The yearly summer music blowout got an intimate autumn makeover to give Montreal festival fans a taste of tradition.