Chicagoan Artist Brings “Be Encouraged Tour” to Montreal
Concerts are near religious experiences. An artist or band croons and puts their audience in a trance, while the crowd responds by singing, throwing up lighters, and screaming at the top of their lungs.
Folk Quartet Channels a Variety of Vibes
On the third Sunday of every month, The Oops Kitchen gathers at L’Escalier bar to play their original Roma inspired folk songs.
A Look at the 29th Edition’s Outdoor Program
Wandering from stage to stage with a beer in hand and enjoying the various melodies of francophone music is the perfect way of describing a typical day at the Montreal FrancoFolies.
Giving the Spotlight to Radical Films
If you ask Chris Robe, he’ll tell you that there’s been a strong anarchist tendency in video-making since the late 1960s.
The Release of a New Album and an Ongoing Global Tour
Seasoned DJ Matthias Paul, otherwise known as Paul Van Dyk, talks about his career as a DJ and a little about his upcoming album
Profile of Musicians Caroline Cotter and Michael Howard
Folk musicians Caroline Cotter and Michael Howard are teaming up for a tour of their latest albums, giving their own spin on the folk music genre.
A Look at The Indoor Shows for their 35th Anniversary
The lineup of performers for this year’s Just For Laughs festival have been revealed! this year also marks the festival’s 35th anniversary.
A Look at Some of the Indoor Performances for the 38th Edition of Jazz Fest
The lineup for the indoor concerts for the 38th edition of the Montreal International Jazz Festival have been unveiled! We’ve got a bit of insight for you right here.
Yiddish Makes a Comeback in this Comedic Web Series
Yidlife Crisis, created by and starring Eli Batalion and Jamie Elman, is a Yiddish comedy web series for Jews and gentiles alike.
A Chat with Cecil Baldwin on Welcome to Night Vale
The Link had a chat with the voice of Welcome to Night Vale, Cecil Baldwin about the podcast and a little about himself as well.
The Humble Roots of a Jazz Icon
When ranking the best of the best in jazz music history, child prodigy and Little Burgundy native Oliver Jones is definitely a contender.