Our Music Team reports from the mighty summer music festival.
Two Toronto men are paying the price for comments they made to a reporter whose live broadcast was interrupted by a phrase that’s trending with misogynist morons.
The acclaimed folk-pop band, friends and collaborators of fellow Brooklynites the National, play Petit Campus on Feb 26. Click for contest details.
The Fantasia film festival’s programming can be overwhelming, so the discriminating minds at Cult MTL will help steer you in the right direction.
* Best of MTL now available online
* Read the Rant Line™!
* Totem Urbain v2.0 at Place Emilie Gamelin
* Vernissage for Griffintown film & exhibit
* Fjall Raven pop-up shop
* New lesbian night at the Phoenix: Scissor That
* IDLEHAND launch summer collection
* The National play the Lachine Canal
* Fringe presents Out-of-Towner Fringe for All
The frontman for local post-punk power trio CTZNSHP provides Cult MTL with a list of essential records to ease the pain of the waning days of winter.
In the wake of their 13th record Fade, and ahead of their show at Corona on Monday, Yo la Tengo’s Ira Kaplan speaks to Cult MTL about criticism, careerism and altruism.