Tuesday, Nov. 13

* Black Students Network talk on women’s gaze in music
* Drink & Draw at Blue Dog
* Wild Nothing at Corona
* Mundial Montreal
* Anemone fundraiser at l’Esco

Today’s Sounds: Dethklok

The new record by your favourite animated metal band plus an unreleased track by Roc Marciano and the new video by Wild Nothing.

Susan Moss vs. Pop Montreal

Local photographer to the stars Susan Moss was all over the Pop Montreal festival, from the electro and indie pop spectacles to the no-frills rawk shows, from the daytime charity basketball game to the rival rock operas after dark. Here’s the view from her lens…

Pop Montreal Day 1

Pop Montreal, it’s a good thing you have so many orifices. Six of Cult MTL’s faithful are out there daily on a circuit of sonic avenues leading straight to your core. Today, Lorraine Carpenter, Erik Leijon, Darcy MacDonald and Emily Raine report on what went down last night.

Today’s Sounds: Don Cherry

Don Cherry first rose to fame as the trumpet player in Ornette Coleman’s quartet of the late 1950s, but, like many free jazzers (including Ornette), sought musical and spiritual inspiration from non-Western cultures. Originally a double LP released in 1972, and impossibly rare since, Caprice Records has given the 40th anniversary re-release the royal treatment, packaging it as either one CD or a faithful reproduction of the original vinyl format. Either way, the set will be cherished by Cherry-o-philes for its meditative oms, vocalized drones and earthy world tones.