Cam Novak and Roadsworth Paint Montreal Bike Culture
As Urban Cycling Week comes to an end, Montrealers can still catch a glimpse of the consciousness-raising project in the form of a mural on St. Marc St. and Ste. Catherine…
8-bit Rockers Anamanaguchi Release Endless Fantasy
Anamanaguchi, the bumpin’ indie-rock-meets-chiptune quartet from New York, are finally ready to present their second full-length album to the world.
Buck 65 Talks Productivity, Attention Spans and Record Contracts
If you think Buck 65 has been taking it easy for the last couple years, you just haven’t been looking close enough. In fact, he’s never been busier.
New Media Arts Festival Sight + Sound Interprets the Black Market
Organized by the Eastern Bloc, Montreal’s multimedia exhibition centre, the Sight + Sound festival will exhibit installations and host performances by international digital media artists from around the world, beginning today.
Club Roll Mashes Major Label Connections with Indie Cred
One day last year, former president of Montreal’s Last Gang Records Lenny Levine met with Pop Montreal founder Dan Seligman at a café to ask him to start a record label.
Mel Hoppenheim Students Present Their Films to the World
Concordia filmmakers are screening their short film productions during the 40th annual Concordia Film Festival, which kicks off today.
Montreal may have a reputation for spray-can art on its concrete walls, but there’s graffiti in the galleries too. At the Yves Laroche Galerie d’art, five graffiti arts are displaying their work in the double exhibition Saturation and Star d’un soir.
Local Shops Gear Up for Record Store Day
In today’s increasingly digital age, many still prefer listening to music on their old school vinyl. Some insist the sound quality is better, for others, it’s just a matter of taste.
Du sentiment de blogueuse Québécoise au menu
À 23 ans, Sarah-Maude Beauchesne a déjà été demandée en mariage. Par un inconnu. Sur Gmail.
Concordia Grad Bill Stone Releases First Full-Length Doc
Most of the time, documentary films are not only the place to share experiences or information with viewers––they tend to evolve into personal journeys for their maker.
Concordia’s Filmmaking I Students Host End-of-Year Premiere
The movie business is a ruthless one, and last September 60 film production students from across Canada and the world were thrown to the wolves, putting their skills to the test in their first trial-by-fire university production course, “Filmmaking I.”