by JOHNSON CUMMINS
Hungover reflections on a night of sublime, pounding d-beat punk, post-punk and drone (and too much Laurentide) PLUS can't-miss shows in the coming week.
If you're taking a pass on Heavy Montreal, there's plenty to do in town that won't break the bank.
It's in the city, it's pretty cheap and it's super heavy.
From classic punk to ballast-blast to ultra-seething sonic fuckery, there's a little something for all heaviosity connoisseurs this week.
Shows you need to know about + the deal with the new Wolves in the Throne Room record & an '80s-horror-movie twofer to cap the weekend.
Fine local and international bands are playing some of Montreal's best small rooms this week.
Suoni’s a wrap, but the onslaught of metal, psych, rock ’n’ roll & punk fuckery continues.
The mind-blowing 14th edition of the Casa fam's music festival wraps + more great shows in the week to come.
And loads more shows you need to see over the next six days.
Concert recommendations for the week + two shows happening next month that you won't want to miss.
FIMAV, Pouzza and the One Man Band Festival started last night. Here are highlights of what they're bringing to the stage this weekend + even more amazing shows.
From National Drone Day (today!) to spin-offs of Starvin' Hungry, Wolf Parade and Quest for Fire to album launches & cult-movie screenings — see Johnson's recommendations here.
* The Festival Mode & Design begins
* The Passovah music festival launches at Nouveau Palais
* U.K. ’77 punks the Vibrators play Foufs
* Local folk singer Sarah Jane Scouten plays Casa del Popolo
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