“My music documents my personal growth, my journey to bad-assery.”
New music from a talented Montreal R&B act.
Don Smooth and DJ Storm have each dropped tribute mixes celebrating the music of the late rapper.
“At once a call-back to the sparse and hard-hitting sounds of the early 2000s and unapologetically funky as well.”
“I wrote ‘Eye to Eye’ in response to the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and D’Andre Campbell, the assault of Dafonte Miller and the Amy Cooper / Chris Cooper incident in Central Park.”
Singer Al Sciola told us about the band’s latest work.
The seventh studio album by this legendary experimental Montreal band is out April 2 on Constellation Records.
Possibly the most important thing to come out of NDG since Jay Baruchel or Chalet BBQ.
The new five-track EP features a slew of collaborators, including fellow Montrealer Zach Zoya.
Gayance is a Creole word for “joyfulness,” and that’s on full display here.