by LORRAINE CARPENTER
Messed up new videos by Die Antwoord, M.I.A. & Mac DeMarco, a fashion film collab between Bat for Lashes singer Natasha Khan & Beck & more.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
Concert recommendations for the week + two shows happening next month that you won't want to miss.
by Sarah Deshaies
The FTA festival is on. See our recommendations from its theatre programming here.
by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
We spoke to Femen Quebec founder Xenia Chernyshova about the the international protest group and the new documentary Ukraine Is Not a Brothel.
by DARCY MACDONALD
Erik Leduc, 19, has been making and bending waves in Montreal as Noo-Bap, and this Sunday, the laptop prodigy makes his first trip to Piknic Électronik.
by ALEX ROSE AND ROXANE HUDON
A his ‘n’ hers review of Sandler’s new farcicle, Blended.
by REBECCA UGOLINI
Highlights of the fifth annual Chromatic festival, featuring all kinds of art & a stack of killer parties, too, May 24–30.
Police have a new weapon in their arsenal, Café Chaos closes, a zipline & parkour park opens & more in our news round-up.
Hear selections by the DJs from Casa del Popolo's monthly party, which aims to bring back the golden era of dance music and genre-defying DJing.
by ALEX ROSE
John Turturro directs Woody Allen in Fading Gigolo, a tale of sex, money and religion.
Local singer Maridee Nox and German-born producer Marlon Kroll give some context to their electro-soul alchemy.
by SHANNON TIEN
The founder of the alternative style magazine reflects on a decade in print, and discusses the new compendium, WORN Archive.
Get a load of the ninth annual MUFF festival, May 22–25.
by MARITES CARINO
The FTA festival begins tomorrow. See our round-up of its dance highlights here.
Choreographer Trajal Harrell tells us all about Antigone Sr., a merger of contemporary dance, gay house culture & pop music, to be performed over three days at the Festival TransAmériques.
Evenko's new EDM & hip hop festival, happening at Parc Jean Drapeau on Aug. 15 and 16, just revealed its line-up.
Festival director Alain Mercieca tells us all about the ninth annual festival of sketch comedy.
Perfect weather and record-breaking attendance made Piknic's first weekend of the season extra awesome. Photographer Cindy Lopez was there to document it.
* Elizabeth Moss & Mark Duplass star in The One I Love, screening at Fantasia
* Gaza solidarity demo
* No Cameras Allowed premiere at Nomad Nation
* Divers/Cité comedy night at Peopl
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