Their Latest LP This is a Real Place is Coming Up
François Jalbert and Jérôme Beaulieu have collaborated once more for their latest LP, This is a Real Place, being released on Sept. 22. we’ve got some insight on that album as well as a review of it.
Punk Shadows is Submerged in Haunting Vibes
In March, theatrical-nightmare and punk band Blood and Glass released their album Punk Shadows. Here’s our review of it!
Rap Duo Drives the Audience Wild at the Ancient Future Festival
This year’s Ancient Future festival was host to a number of crazy talented groups, one of which was The Underachievers. Here’s our review on their performance!
A Look at What the Festival Offers Artists and Students
This year’s OUMF festival went down earlier in September. Here’s a look at how artists and students alike benefit from it.
A Review of the World Press Photo Contest, in Montreal Until Oct. 1
Burhan Ozbilici, an Associated Press photographer, was struck with admiration by the Russian ambassador, who was inaugurating a photo exhibition a mere six metres in front of him. Moments later the man Ozbilici revered was shot in the back by an off duty police officer.
Gender B(l)ender Provides a Judgement-Free Stage
Last month’s Gender B(l)ender went off without a hitch! Here’s a little bit of insight on what this event is all about.
Dance Under the Moonlight in the Hangar 16 Warehouse
Meet Ancient Future, a small but ever-growing dance party that takes place at the Quai d’Horloge in Montreal’s Old Port. In its third year, Ancient Future offers a unique experience of being outside in the daytime and then moves into the ominous Hangar 16 warehouse in the evening.
Exposé Noir comes to Montreal.
The air is electric as multi-colored light beams and strobes illuminate close to 700 people of various ages and backgrounds, shuffling and gyrating to breakbeat and mind-bending techno.
How Women on the Line Work Their Way Up the Ranks
The sad truth of it is that women have always been excluded from professional kitchens.
Tranna Wintour, Kirsten Finch, D.J. Mausner and Ladyfest Talk Comedy, Heckling and Making Space
More often than not, comedy shows in Montreal only feature one or two female comics on a lineup.