Daniel Itiose and Mel Arsenault Look to the Future as They Approach the End of Their Time as Concordia Students
A style like his certainly takes drive. Perfecting that exact, lifelike style is a long process.
Le Dépanneur Cafe Hosts a Free Show for Everyone to Enjoy
Cafés that showcase artists are not a new invention. However, Le Dépanneur Café has live music scheduled all day which is not a concept that is often seen. After the success of their debut festival at the beginning of September, Hot Tramp Management chose the café that seats roughly 30 people as the one to host one of their Backyard Sessions.
Montreal Rock-Folk Artist Unfolded Awaited Album ‘Piece of Heaven’
“It was mayhem until now,” Bud Rice said about launching his second album Piece of Heaven.
Capitalism, Pop Culture, and Human Connection Are Sprinkled With a Light Sense of Humour
“Reach out and wade into the hazy, indeterminate past. Imagine your partner’s first memory.”
‘Art and the Passing of Time’ Showcases Artworks From Emergent Concordia Artists
Rian Goldman hopes to have a flower farm someday.
Sarah Nance and Burke Jam Provide Haunting Performance at the FOFA Gallery
The performance spanned 130 years and 130 notes.
Over 40 Artists Delight With Their Zines, Comics, Prints
Papier Marché, a new literary and visual art print market centered around independent artists had its first edition on Sept. 7 and 8. The market gathered over 40 writers and visual artists selling affordable and diverse prints, zines, comic books, and posters in what used to ironically be an Urban Outfitters on St. Denis St.
After a Sold Out Premiere Run in April, Contact Theatre Is Back And Wows Again
Very few stories grasp our collective imagination like that of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow. They’ve been the subject of pop culture’s obsession as much as any other couple. One of the main reasons is the devilishly captivating chemistry the two lovestruck outlaws shared and how hard it is to replicate.
Montreal-Based Writer Debuts French Novel Further With English Title ‘The Dishwasher’
Along with author of Le Plongeur Stéphane Larue, Pablo Strauss read from his translation The Dishwasher, a novel about a young graphic designer who dives into a pool of dirty dishes and imparts Montreal’s underground night scenery.
Montreal-Based Artists Take the Stage at The Diving Bell Social Club
Five days, seven shows, and 25 femme-fronted acts.
Femme-Fronted Music Festival Emerges in a Sea of Dude Bands
Maryze’s eyes glimmered between silver, sparkling eyeshadow. On Aug. 30, the first edition of the Hot Tramp festival welcomed the singer-songwriter who performed music from her debut project Like Moons.