Pussy Stench, Chârogne, and The Lef70vers Prove Punk Isn’t a Boys Club
Not becoming seriously recognized as a band is one of the reasons why women in punk may be hesitant to start their own bands.
Montreal Manicurists’ Pot-Fuelled, Hentai-Loving and Dope Nails Are Changing the Game
Fingernails are often the first thing you notice about someone’s hands. So what do they reveal about a person?
A Review of their Album Landmarks
Montreal-based pop-punk band Laureate’s album, Landmarks, is jam packed with energy. Here’s our review on it.
A review of Repercussion Theatre’s summer production.
On a hot and sunny July afternoon in Mont Royal Park, I had the pleasure of attending an interpretation of Shakespeare’s comedy Much Ado about Nothing by the Montreal theatre company Repercussion Theatre.
Exploring Hair, Body and Skincare Via Photo, Video and Sound
Ubuntu Talks’ Chelsy Monie has put together BEING, a multimedia exhibit that explores blackness in hair, skincare, and body
A Review of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’ Revolution Exhibit
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts has a new exhibit called Revolution that gives its audience a glimpse of what it must’ve been like to be a part of the 1960s.
A Review of the Album, Les filles sages vont au paradis, les autres vont où elles veulent
Samuele meshes together blues, indie and rock in her most recent album Les filles sages vont au paradis, les autres vont où elles veulent. Here’s our review on it.
Sadness, Oasis’ Wonderwall, Dad Rock and More
The first day of Osheaga was a little sad. Not sad as in, everything “kinda sucked” sad. No, no, no, it was just fine. Moreso, many of the acts on Friday we’re just objectively sad, and all that raw emotion combined with the rain just made me a little sad by the end of the night. I had also forgotten to pack a raincoat, and my diet of potatoes and beer only was starting to catch up with me
A Little Preview of Osheaga 2017
A sneak peek at what kind of local bands will be making an appearance at this year’s Osheaga.
In First Visit to Just For Laughs, Zamata Talks About Her Life, Race, Women’s Issues
On a rainy Monday evening, the Katacombes weren’t filled with punk fans. Instead, comedy enthusiasts amassed to witness Sasheer Zamata’s first visit to Montreal. In her first of three 30-minute sets for Off-JFL, the former Saturday Night Live cast member slayed by offering a completely different side to her television self.