What It’s Like to Lose a Loved One With ‘Boxes’
Bin Han truly felt the impact of losing someone dear for the first time when his grandmother passed away last summer.
Rapper Lets Their Feelings Ferment and Flow in New Mixtape ‘Emotional’
Blackberryjam’s six-track mixtape Emotional overflows with deep thought, and even deeper emotion.
Danny Brown Kicks in the Door of Corona Theatre on Last Stop of Tour
If it wasn’t for his instantly recognizable smile, you wouldn’t have noticed Danny Brown’s entrance onto the Corona Theatre stage Tuesday night.
“You Would Have to Stay Here for the Two Days If You Wanted to See Everything”
The largest Canadian small press fair came back to town for its eighteenth edition on Nov. 16 and 17. Organized by the non-profit Archive Montreal, the event gathered more than 300 creators and vendors in the St. Arsène Church over the weekend.
Why Is No One Talking About These Liverpool Lads?
OK, so I’m not a pop music buff. I’m not always up on the latest trends and artists. But I think I’ve found a gem of a band that, for some reason, no one is talking about.
Hot Pick of the Week: Saturday Night Discoño Party
There are no shortages of distractions in this week’s fringe cal. If you want to escape the end of semester hell, I’ve got you covered. Here’s what’s good in the city:
A Poem for the End of the Semester
“The Napkin Shredder”
“They Are an Amazing DJ, and I Just Want to Hear More of Their Music”
“[I want people to find] the ability to connect with it, to find comfort, to feel understood,” said Awwful about their new single released last month, “Take Me.”
Woulg and Montreal Life Support Enthral Through Clever Instrumentation
The current Société des arts technologiques installation Empty Vessels presents 30 minutes of neural nets, robotics, and ominous vibrations.
Hot Pick of the Week: None
A rundown of what’s boring this week.
“Try to Think What Materials You Are Interacting With Everyday”
Most people don’t think of fibres when they think of art—there is a whole tradition of crafts like knitting, sewing, felting, crocheting, basket weaving and many more, that haven’t necessarily been acknowledged by contemporary art practice as a form of art.