An interview with the Montreal rapper and Trans Trenderz label founder about their self-titled concept album and the world they built around it.
The Montreal band, playing their big hometown show tonight, spoke with us about on-stage violence, makeup and playing good cop bad cop with the audience.
“The music we’re always making sounds like it would mesh well with a good noir or scary movie, so with The Runner, it just made sense.”
Artifacts from the singer-songwriter and author’s illustrious life are part of an immersive display at Galerie de la Maison du Festival.
Whatever the Weather, Caterina Barbieri and Bendik Giske are among the artists performing at the 23rd edition of the festival, from Aug. 23 to 28.
See our highlights of the fantastic avant-garde/experimental music festival, hosting shows at seven venues from June 3 to 29.
We spoke to Amy Millan about how laughter, hope and audience connection keep the flame alive despite the band’s struggle to survive the streaming age.
We interviewed former Ought band members Tim Darcy and Ben Stidworthy about their new jam.
Vincent Gagnon and P-E Beaudoin have played with loads of local bands but were only able to make this dream a reality when COVID-19 isolated them in a house with 30 synths.
“I wanted him to have all the elements that we think of as necessary for a proper and authentic country singer. Like a childhood in poverty, perhaps some kind of disfiguring accident, an apprenticeship in a medicine show or early radio and then becoming a star on records.”