We caught up with Sasha Kleinplatz to ask why Montreal loves dance.
Tangente hosted 3 x 3 x 3: Three choreographers, three creations, three cities. The result was three distinctly different works.
We spoke to Darren Henwood about Lowdown, his Scottish roots and why Bill Burr is proof that bad audiences exist.
The idea of blending hip-hop with bluegrass might seem to make as much intuitive sense as deep frying ice cream, but there are enough brothas and banjos in The South…
We spoke to Cécile Doo-Kingue after her show at Place des Arts. Her smok’n guitar playing evokes a natural expression of her creativity, while her soulful singing compliments each note.
Web series Dinner With TJ is Epic Meal Time in reverse. Celebrity guests take extreme picky eater TJ Hazelden out for supper and convince him to taste….
Lakes of Canada is what happens when the dreams of band camp kids never get pummelled out of them. We spoke with the Montreal-based band about ….
Statue Park is Montreal’s newest post-rock outfit from playwright-cum-musician Toby Cayouette. The forthcoming full length album, incubated in the creative caverns of Breakglass Studios.
In early October folk singer Christianne launched her new album, Algoma, at Theatre de L’esquisse. The venue sits on the corner of Marquette and Marie-Anne in the Plateau.
Band members Ross Carvelli, Pare Bruce, and Sam Friendo take the stage at Divan Orange against a giant vinyl backdrop. It says “Brews Willis” in hairy monster font; there’s a bloodshot eyeball punctuating the ‘i’. They begin the set with the song “Big Fat Tits Veronica.” “I feel this is a song everyone can relate to,” Ross says to the audience.