Friday, Sept. 7

* Alicia Hush, Mighty Kat and others play Village au Pied-du-Courant
* Ghostface Killah plays OUMF block party
* Conkrete MTL 3rd anniversary at Newspeak
* Ladyfest queer comedy show at Théâtre Sainte Catherine
* Cure vs. Depeche Mode dance party at Bar La Shop

Thursday, Sept. 6

* MusiTechnic open house
* Marché des Éclusiers farmer’s market
* Klaus album launch at Aire Commune
* Goethe Institut screens Paula at Cinéma du Parc
* Coeur de Pirate and Gaël Faure at MTelus
* DJ Mija at Newspeak

+ more music, film, art, theatre and comedy events.

Wednesday, Sept. 5

* Kristen Céré, Nadia Neiazy and the MSO at Quartiers Dances Festival
* OUMF kicks off
* Gothico Exotico at Ausgang
+ more music, film, art, theatre and comedy events.

8 reasons to come back

Our hip hop column returns, just in time for a shit-ton of live rap & wicked parties this week, from the free outdoor action at OUMF to record launches by Eman x VLooper & Jai Nitai Lotus.

Saturday, Sept. 8

* Disco Déjeuner
* Mahler on the Couch and Teddy Bear @ Cinéma du Parc
* Fairytales in the City vernissage
* Beyond Photorealism vernissage
* Belgo overload
* Think About Life w/ Socalled, Fanny Bloom and Chinatown

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Loud Lary Ajust bring Gullywood to OUMF

Gullywood can’t be found on a map, but it’s still a place we’re all familiar with.
The term was coined by bilingual local hip hop trio Loud X Lary X Ajust, who ascribe to the class-meets-trash ethos in life and in music. Gullywood stems from the line “trop joli pour être hood, trop gully pour Hollywood,” (translated as “too attractive for the hood, too much from the gutter for Hollywood”), and they were so enamoured with their newly created descriptor, it eventually became the title of their debut album, released last May as a free download on Bandcamp. The trio will be performing a free set tonight at OUMF.