by LORRAINE CARPENTER
We spoke to frontwoman Lisa Iwanicky Moore about her band and their new record, Museum With No Walls.
Or not. We spoke to Giselle Webber about her diva persona ahead of tonight's show & video launch at Divan Orange.
The local singer-songwriter's multilingual, multi-rhythmic new record, Le Dernier Empereur Bantou, brings a Québécois twist to Afro-electro.
Chloé Griffin's Edgewise documents the life & times of John Waters actress, NYC art critic, columnist & dealer to the superstars Cookie Mueller.
We spoke to L.A. four-piece indie rock juggernaut Warpaint about their M.O. in the studio and on the road, and why people think they're a pack of hippie witches.
We caught up with the Montreal singer-songwriter ahead of her performance at the St. James, which opens the annual Canadian International Organ Competition.
Shenanigans, launching this evening at a theatre near you, was a creative experiment in discipline and honesty for the Montreal band.
The Brooklyn band has scaled down to its core duo, freed up their sound and taken a bold step forward with Encyclopedia.
He's Batman. Read our conflicted review of his new film, Mommy (Canada's Oscar contender), here.
We spoke to Caila Thompson-Hannant about the mental reset required to launch this project in 2011, and how overnight success probably would've ruined it.
See and hear some of the mind-bending sounds and visuals in store for audiences at the third annual Psych Fest, happening this weekend.
The Jewish Music Festival champions diversity in its programming and its reach.
* La Braderie de la Mode begins at Bonsecours Market
* Santropol Roulant’s annual Harvest Gala
* Chocolat record launch at la Vitrola
* Spasm Film Festival launches with Sexe
* Contrôle house/techno night at StereoBar
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