Montreal’s Mich Cota sees a masterful mix of talents on Kijà/Care.
We speak to the rising Montreal rapper about his new EP, Geto Rock for the Youth
Montreal drone and psych acts choose a festival-free period to shine plus more great shows to get out and see.
Paupière evoke British and French acts of the early to mid ’80s and chill contemporary electro.
How to get in on the long sold-out event PLUS one of the most important So Cal punk bands plays Montreal.
An interview with Will Butler about Everything Now and playing the Bell Centre after years of resistance.
Plus almighty doom-sters get the Hammer bump & more heavy shows you don’t want to miss.
Detailed narratives, stark imagery and the occasional bubbly pop tune raises this local songwriter to the next level.
Montreal’s best gigs this weekend and into next week.
Montreal singer-songwriter Leif Vollebekk crafts a kind of dusty folk that seems lost in time and space. But as easy as he makes it sound on his long-awaited LP, North Americana, inspiration is fleeting, each song is laborious and, he says, dodging the blue halo to reach the golden shimmer is a real bitch.