A Wilhelm Scream’s New Record is Worth the Wait
It’s been a long six years, but A Wilhelm Scream’s new LP is out, and on their terms.
Montreal-Based Author Launches New Cat-Based Zombie Apocalypse Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Novel
“You Are a Cat in the Zombie Apocalypse!,” the title very loudly speaks for itself. The book tells the story of Holden Catfield, an ordinary house cat who tries to navigate through an extraordinary undead Armageddon.
Montreal Beatmaker Tommy Kruise Playing M for Montreal Festival
A skateboarder with long headbanging hair who has an affinity for heavy metal music, it’s hard to compare hip-hop producer Tommy Kruise to anyone else in the music industry.
Canada’s Largest Zine Fair Returns
Expozine, Montreal’s small press, comic and zine fair returns this weekend to fill up your reading list with indie delights, each one as unique as the tiny, tumbling snowflakes which have banished us all indoors.
Immersive Experimental Film ‘Six Mil Antennas – The Final Cut’ Screens for Second Run in the SATosphere
If you’ve never before beheld the glory of a full-dome theatre, you’ve come to the right city—Montreal’s multi-platform venue La Societé des Arts Technologiques is continuing to break ground in the international arena by screening experimental works in its massive exhibition dome, the SATosphere.
New Documentary ‘Arctic Defenders’ Tells the Tale of Inuit Families’ Forced Relocation—And How They Made the Most of it
To most Canadians, the High Arctic is a place shrouded in mystery.
Howl! Arts Collective crosses genres and explores community activism with a new live album.
They say there is strength in numbers. It’s a philosophy that expands beyond just looking out for each other—to feeding the collective, creative psyche. A local group of artists known as the Howl! Arts Collective explores this method in its latest album, which is being launched Nov. 13 at La Sala Rossa.
Infinitheatre Revives ‘Kafka’s Ape’ Production for Second Run
What does it mean to be human? What is it that makes us any better than our ape relatives? Could it be, perhaps, that we aren’t?
MIT Professor Speaks at Concordia About the Importance of Cultural Architecture in Eastern Europe
When you think of Eastern Europe, chances are the first things that come to mind are communism, corruption and poverty. MIT professor Azra Aksamija is looking to add architecture to that list.
This is GAMERella, a game jam put on by Concordia’s own Technoculture, Art and Games lab (TAG), and you’re formally invited to get your game on.