by LORRAINE CARPENTER
We spoke to the Montreal musician about the story behind his new LP, The Air Conditioned Nightmare.
by DARCY MACDONALD
Touring rappers, hometown record release parties and DJ nights to check out.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
Attention! Montreal stages are jammed with heaviosity tonight, but the big show this week lands on Saturday. Freak out, my furry children.
by PETER WHEELAND
Student groups are deciding whether to ramp up anti-austerity action now or wait till half a million public sector workers are ready to join in and launch a strike.
by OL DIRTY DELI
Our report on the Concordia Ghetto restaurant that's been serving low-cost, high-quality Middle Eastern grub for 21 years.
by LISA SPROULL
We spoke to a founder of Resonance Café's in-house promotion and production team about their mission to support Montreal performers and their audiences.
by ALEX ROSE
The Norman Jewison-directed Jane Fonda vehicle depicts a side of our city that's rarely seen in English films.
by MARILLA STEUTER-MARTIN
Vittorio Rossi takes on Can-con, but The Envelope is not the strongest platform from which to cast a stone.
by STEFAN CHRISTOFF
Commentary about the impact of Quebec's austerity plan and the province's history of activism in the creative community.
by Sarah Deshaies
Powerful British play Random ticks down the minutes until tragedy derails a family.
We chat with Médiafilm's Martin Bilodeau about what to expect from this weekend's annual CinéBazar.
The Montreal director known for his films about music makes a mainstream comeback with Boychoir.
by ERIK LEIJON
We spoke to one of the founders of this weekend's inaugural Montreal Independent Games Festival.
Psych, metal, drone, punk, math-rock and weird pop gigs on local stages tonight through Sunday.
We spoke to the Montreal-born, Jamaica-schooled artist about his path to electro-reggae and his new EP.
It hasn’t taken long for Montreal police to dust off the bad habits they were so roundly criticized for in 2012.
Robotically animated pelts, nearly edible consumer goods, trippy illustrated guitars and more in the arts scene this week
Giselle Webber explains how her band revives the sounds of the international criminal underground.
* La Fête du Croissant
* Record Convention
* Last day for the Montréalité t-shirt shop
* Bowie Burlesque at the Wiggle Room
* The Brunch Club presents Mark Little
* Poirier DJs all night at le Bleury
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