The Montreal symphonic pop trio present a one-of-a-kind performance to launch their debut album, Lang Amma.
* Seedy Weekend at the Botanical Gardens
* Chocolate extravaganza at Bonsecours Market
* Owen Pallett with opener Jennifer Castle plays Laval
* Open Michelle at Comedy Nest with Women in Comedy Montreal
* Syngja plays Casa with openers Year of Glad, Holobody and Caro Diaro
* Last chance to catch the Biennale at the MAC
* Noïsundaéè afternoon show at the Plant
* Syngja and Boston’s Bent Knee at Quai des Brumes
* Lofthanza with DJs Soundshaper and Noway at Salon Daomé
* Serve! volleyball/party at Parc Jeanne Mance
* French DJs at the MEG edition of Piknic Électronik
* Mont-Royal Rumble at Zoofest
* Syngja, Stolyette and Pang Attack at Divan Orange
The music festival that presents local talent to international industry types and invites hometown fans to the party runs this Wednesday through Saturday. See our recommendations here.
The four-day festival occupies the city’s best dives Thursday through Sunday. PLUS: A few more unmissable gigs this week.
* Hot Sluts and Poutine at BBAM! Gallery
* Syngja and Pawa Up First play Pop Lafontaine
* Mykki Blanco at PHI Centre
* Smutty comedy at Zoofest
* Alex Niggemann and Thomas Von Party at Peopl.
On Saturday, the Montreal Baroque Festival and Pop Montreal co-presented a unique musical spectacle by local artists Party Like It’s 1699: Le Pop d’Époque, with music by Mozart’s Sister, Majical Cloudz and Syngja. Photographer Cindy Lopez captured some scenes from the digitized fantasy theatre performance.
* Renata Morales’ The 8-Day Week
* Devendra Banhart plays the Corona Theatre
* Suoni per il Popolo festival starts
* Fringe Festival’s Strip Spelling Bee