A Look at Local Talent at Canada’s Biggest Music Festival
Osheaga just keeps getting bigger. Over 120,000 giddy festival-goers gobbled up as many sets as they could muster, as 105 bands played the festival over the course of three days on five stages. Under sweltering heat…
Sustainable Fashion at the Ethik BGC Show
In a time when fast fashion and sweatshops have stained the clothing industry Montreal’s Festival Mode & Design is presenting Ethik BGC, a show dedicated to ethical stylings.
Punk Rock Summer Camp Hits Montreal
There’s something about Warped that makes even the most insecure feel at home.
After 20 Years in the Underground, Aesop Rock’s Back for More
Over the past decade and a half, Aesop Rock has nestled himself tightly into a genre-bending niche between verbose, thought-provoking hip-hop and quasar-spiraling beats.
Our Team of Reviewers Tackle the Fantasia Film Festival
Reviews of Fantasia’s 2012 offerings
Film Fest’s Month-Long Takeover Begins
Fantasia is Christmas in July for film lovers. The festival has introduced local audiences to high-quality, unique films they would never normally see while boosting the careers of emerging auteurs along the way.
Skater Doc Evolves Into Decade-Long Street Culture Chronicle
The City of Montreal’s ongoing plans to gentrify the lower Main’s red-light district leave more than the abandoned stone facades of once-vibrant shops and venues subject to destruction.
Art Project Looks for Meaning, Trends in Facebook Pictures
For the past few weeks, Serge-Olivier Rondeau and Charles-Antoine Blais Métivier have been spending nearly eight hours a day on Facebook—but not because they’re bored
N.N. Brings Albertan Garage Punk to Town
It’s with a garage punk fury that Edmonton’s N.N. sustain Canada’s affair with loud music, but they wouldn’t go as far to name it as such.
Odium Tours to Support New Album Three Years in the Making
While Walkerton, ON’s Odium, like many metal bands, harbour dreams of performing on the big stage, they have a soft spot for the small stage, too.