• False Knees

    Comic by Joshua Barkman

  • We Look Different!

    As you can probably tell from our excited tweets and the issue itself, we’ve just gone through part of our redesign at The Link. We’ve given the paper a new sleek feel; we have a new logo [which we’ll be rolling out on the rest of our web content soon], section heads and pagination.

  • Salton Sea

    We brought the guys from Salton Sea to the railroad tracks in Outrement on a Sunday afternoon while they were visiting Montreal, mostly because we knew there would be less trains to dodge on the weekend.

  • A Farewell to the Mirror

    Sometimes, the name of a publication is relevant.

  • Aim Low

    Aim Low find a home for their drone-heavy post rock in Montreal, combing heavily-effected guitars with atmospheric percussion. What better place to experience their brooding, meditative sound than in a church?

  • We’re Number Five!

    A big thank you to all who voted for us in The Montreal Mirror’s annual Best of Montreal reader poll. We ranked #5 in the top ten, after The Gazette, La Presse, Le Devoir and The Mirror itself.

  • Journalism Strategies Panel April 19, 2012

    A few hundred mediaphiles joined up in the belly of Concordia’s Hall Building on the evening of April 19 in the D.B. Clark Theatre to talk about the past, present, and most importantly, the future of journalism.

  • Young Lungs

    Punk-inspired indie trio Young Lungs played an acoustic version of their song “Blood on the Streets” for us at the Mile End diner Nouveau Palais.

  • Ruckus

    Ruckus blends sax, bass, drums and guitar as foundation for live, smooth Montreal hip hop.

  • Motel Raphäel

    Motel Raphaël sang folky, country harmonies over soft guitar and glockenspiel for us at Burritoville’s library on a rainy Sunday night.