The gigs of the week, including the gothfather, the ultimate stoner genius and one of Montreal’s best musicians.
We spoke to the folk rock musician (and alumnus of Kurt Vile’s band) ahead of his Montreal show.
Highlights of the three-day weekend of shows and partying under the sun and stars, feat. ’90s nostalgia, awesome new musical discoveries, WTF moments and a little gratitude.
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.
Say goodbye to Netflix — local heaviosity will crush you and the kings of punk and godfathers of metal are coming to town.
* Table of Hope at Windsor Station
* Kurt Vile and the Violators play the Corona Theatre
* There’s Something Funny Going On at Blue Dog
* Ari Swan, Panachrome and l’Appel du Vide live at la Sala Rossa
Concert recommendations for the week + two shows happening next month that you won’t want to miss.
Once upon a time, there was a radically quiet style of noise music known as “lowercase.” Now it’s time to extend the genre, and by bridging ambient minimalism and free improvisation, this record by Nigel Taylor and Fausto Sierakowski provides one model.