Yesterday's demo, voter disenfranchisement, fury over unilingual service at dim sum & more in our news round-up.
The local duo release their debut LP, Howl, next week. Get an earful of their crafty folk sound.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
The fortnight of primo rock 'n' roll events starts with a slab of classic psychedelic vinyl tonight and ends with the farce that is 21st century Ozzy on Monday.
by MALCOLM FRASER
The local director’s latest, Que ta joie demeure, is a poetic and avant-garde exploration of factory life.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
The local punks play a 10th anniversary show five months after the death of singer Nick Babeu. Read about their recruitment of guest vocalists, and their next step.
by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
Check out these flicks on the big screen throughout the month of April.
by PETER WHEELAND
Campaign mud-slinging has uncovered several cases of corruption, exploitation & stupidity, so we reviewed & ranked them. See which one gets a 10/10.
We spoke to Cinémathèque québécoise programming director Fabrice Montal about this year’s Bright Nights festival.
We watched the masters at work. And it was impressive. But not that impressive.
With her strange scare tactics, Charter defender Janette Bertrand becomes the honest face of prejudice in this province.
by ERIK LEIJON
A wave of bittersweet nostalgia swept the crowds in our decaying stadium this weekend.
New videos by a peppy NYC pop band, zoned out rappers from Brooklyn & a rising U.K. star who cancelled his Montreal show to play SNL tonight + more new music to see and hear.
And you can too. Read about this weekend's charity gala for the Children's Hospital and how you can participate (and win crazy prizes).
Sports fans flock to the Big O once more, Montreal gets the Gawker treatment & more in our news round-up.
by KYLE MULLIN
Members of this Montreal band tell us about how they stepped away from lucrative but soul-crushing day jobs to make their fantasies reality.
by ALEX ROSE
Our series exploring Montreal-shot movies tackles Clooney’s debut, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, which is more memorable for the gossip it generated than the film itself.
by CHRIS PARE
We spoke to the owners of a downtown spot that strives to offer the perfect club experience.
The St-Denis rock bar celebrates its 14th bday with (what else?) a bunch of killer shows + more must-see heavy gigs in the week to come.
* Ras le Bol at Skol
* Les Enfants Sauvages launch PÉ14
* Record Swap Day at Cabaret Playhouse
* Multi Culti launch at Salon Daomé
* Cabaret Freak Show at the Wiggle Room
* Hydromatic at the Royal Phoenix
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