by JOHNSON CUMMINS
It's in the city, it's pretty cheap and it's super heavy.
by MUSIC TEAM
From the best big names to the obscure acts that may have passed below your radar, these are the people you want to see to make the most this weekend's experience.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
Robert Dayton (half of Canned Hamm, and also known as the Canadian Romantic) tells us about his new project, launching an EP in Montreal tonight.
From classic punk to ballast-blast to ultra-seething sonic fuckery, there's a little something for all heaviosity connoisseurs this week.
Watch "Wait Up for You," a made-in-Montreal video by the Vancouver-based dark-pop band (playing Osheaga next week).
by Michael Sallot
The eclectic week-long festival brings local and international acts to Montreal stages, often just as they're about to break.
Great bands, great people, great times, captured by Lisa Sproull & Cindy Lopez.
by DARCY MACDONALD
From a barf-soaked bed in Iowa City, the Rhymesayers rapper told us about the game-changing methods behind his latest record & his feelings about Macklemore.
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.
by ERIK LEIJON
The Stockholm Internet star and his Sad Boys became a real rap crew right in front of our very eyes.
Fine local and international bands are playing some of Montreal's best small rooms this week.
Two members of this post-punk four-piece tell us about learning to love the city and drawing inspiration from the streets.
* Cinemania screens burlesque comedy in NDG Park
* 4 cool indie rock/post-punk bands at l’Escogriffe
* 3 cool electronic/synth-pop bands at Playhouse
* DJ XL5 Helluva Zappin’ Party at Fantasia
* Mad Decent/Fool’s Gold DJs at Tokyo
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