The Montreal band dropped the third in a series of music videos filmed in isolation.
An interview with one of the biggest bands to come out of Montreal in this decade.
Some of the biggest names in music, stars of the Montreal scene and a grab-bag of rappers, producers and DJ are playing Montreal’s summer festival this year.
See the front-row view of Montreal’s fabulous outdoor summer music festival, c/o photographer Cindy Lopez.
Folly and the Hunter, playing the M for Montreal festival this weekend, are well-paired with televisual tragedy and heartbreak
Follow Mikey’s full-throttle third day of the Austin music festival, when he co-hosted M for Montreal showcases and parties with Brooklyn Vegan, Arbutus Records and Invisible Oranges and met up with some Stockton, CA legends (not Pavement, but close). And as a bonus for all festival-going dudes, Mikey shares his secret to staying drunk and avoiding bathroom queues.
M for Montreal’s M for Mikey arrives in Austin, where he’s greeted by a bounty of tanned skin and butt cheeks, Dick Linklater vibes, Thurston “Thursty” Moore, bands galore and more molestation from the friendly 5-0.
Here are the very best songs Montreal had to offer this year. This list is completely arbitrary and based on the whims of those who assembled it, as is the case with any list. Song preferences subject to the ever-changing moods of chief compiler/commentator Erik Leijon.
M for Montreal revved into action last night with a sold-out showcase at la Sala Rossa, feat. Montreal’s Half Moon Run and Mozart’s Sister, plus former Montrealers Eight and a Half (you’ll recognize them as former members of the Stills). And across the street at Casa del Popolo, locals Blue Hawaii played to a delegates-only audience. See our gallery by Cindy Lopez.
Our first video reportage, featuring Montreal’s Half Moon Run interviewed and filmed by Pat No and Andre Bendahan at Osheaga.