For the last four years, we’ve been helping Montrealers figure out what’s going on in the city and what shows are worth checking out. And even though we’re WATS is closing its doors, that doesn’t mean that shows mustn’t still go on.
Fringe Fest might be best known for off-the-wall comedy and quirky theater, but without music you’d be missing out on the festival’s ivory tickling, bojanglin’ third arm.
Lakes of Canada’s preview track from their upcoming record, which is a concept album based on Margaret Atwood’s “The Handmaid’s Tale.
Montreal’s Lafontaine Park was the perfect outdoor venue for Julien May
It’s a hot summer night and you are looking for something to do? WATS has the answer for you: Zoofest.
Soul queen supreme, Divine Brown, reigns among Canada’s most talented vocalists
What do you get when you bring together 15 bands, a panel of 7 judges and a charity for 3 nights at Cabaret Lion D’Or? You get BANDSTAND.
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.