How To Dress Well Combines Pop Music with Public Mourning
In part because of accolades from a certain three-pronged hype machine, Tom Krell’s solo-project known as How To Dress Well has enjoyed a growing international audience for the better part of a year now.
Found Footage Festival Commemorates Rediscovered Classics
Creating a canon of VHS excellence for rediscovered classics like, Enjoying Lovemaking Through Hypnosis, Ventriloquism For Fun & Profit or Rent-a-Friend, the Found Footage Festival—screening in Montreal Feb.
On Jan. 14, Trish Keenan, lead singer of Broadcast, passed away of pneumonia.
Montreal has a reputation for being the home of drunken writers, and a place where literary events seem to perpetually cohabitate with the local bars.
for the pin of a cat’s eye.
Sheryda Warrener’s Hard Feelings Tough Yet Tender
Hard Feelings, Sheryda Warrener’s debut poetry collection, is broken down into four sections, each one with its own unique tone.
Braids’ Debut Is All About Communication
Austin Tufts, drummer for Montreal quartet Braids, is bringing bagels back to the band’s shared Outremont apartment when I reach him on the phone.
FASA Kicks Off Its First Lecture Series
Over the next few weeks, the Fine Arts Student Alliance will be hosting a lecture series that offers a discussion on identity and its relationship to the external world.
The Smith Westerns
The last time I went to value village I bought a large black sweater with bright geometric shapes overlapping on it. the sweater is a little too big for me but I like it a lot because I feel like a seven-year old wearing it.
Girard’s Bigfoot an Authentic Snapshot of Teenagehood
As a child, it’s easy to get caught up in tall tales, and it’s often difficult to outgrow them completely.