by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
We spoke to the curator of Visions about seeing the world differently through his monthly experimental film screenings.
by MIKEY B RISHWAIN
Dive bar blues and one major musical discovery on day one of Austin's mega-music-festival SXSW.
See the procession of fresh bands, DJs & familiar faces doing new things at Passovah's winter festival. Photos by Lisa Sproull.
Food truck dates and locations for the 2014 season have been announced.
by ERIK LEIJON
A zen pastime away from city noise sounds just about right, especially when it's so close to home.
by PETER WHEELAND
If elected, Péladeau must choose between selling his Quebecor shares and resigning as a Member of the National Assembly.
Montreal's Saxyndrum invited 15 local artists to reimagine seven of their songs. This is one of the tracks from the forthcoming record Fairground: Future Circus Remixed.
We spoke to the festival’s coordinator about this year’s programming and what exactly “ethnographic film” means.
See the list of bands & solo artists playing the festival at Parc Jean Drapeau, Aug. 1–3, inside.
Islands frontman Nick Thorburn (aka Nick Diamonds) discusses the rumoured resurgence of his old band, his impending return to Montreal from L.A. and the latest Islands record, Ski Mask.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
We spoke to an activist, a city councillor & a bar manager about the noise fines that threaten the existence of small venues & how this cohabitation dilemma can be solved.
by JAKE RUSSELL
A review of last week's show by the almost infamous Texas rapper & talent void.
A new single by Mac DeMarco, new videos by How Sad, Animal Collective's Avey Tare, the War on Drugs, an Italian band called JoyCut & a short film by Dum Dum Girls, written by Bret Easton Ellis.
U.K. comedian Steve Coogan's longstanding fictional TV/radio host comes to the big screen, and puts Ron Burgundy to shame.
Coderre calls for longer bar hours, CRTC calls for sexier CanCon, Habs score new blood & more in our news round-up.
Members of better known bands branch out & new acts play some of their first shows at Passovah's mini-fest this weekend.
Local production company Beanduck, launch a new web series LARPs.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
1970s punk legends, Passovah's big weekend, Ian Blurton's new band & more must-see shit.
* 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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