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.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
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.
by ERIK LEIJON
We spoke to Kitfox creative director Tanya Short about their new strategy game, Shattered Planet.
by Tomer Shavit
We spoke to local award-winning filmmakers about how their high-risk creative pursuits made it to Hollywood.
by OLIVIER LALANDE
A branch of the Malajube family tree, this local quartet is set to play their first major Montreal show since the release of their debut LP, La montagne de feu.
by PETER WHEELAND
Luka Magnotta, Richard Bain & Earl Jones can vote on April 7, but the province won’t grant the same right to McGill PhD candidate Sean Beatty.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
We tried out the beer, sake, ramen & fried goods at the city's latest Japanese bistro.
We spoke to Ralf Hütter, a founding member of the pioneering German electronic band.
We review the second episode of Télé-Québec’s SNL Québec, hosted by hammy comedian Stéphane Rousseau.
See the Montreal duo in "Aviator 2000," directed by Thien Vu Dang (Moment Factory) in conjunction with DEFASTEN.
by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
We spoke to Emma Wilkie about comedy show There’s Something Funny Going On and their latest milestone.
A new track by Merrill Garbus & a stack of cool videos to watch today.
This week, see legendary local & British acts, scrappy new bands from NYC to Sackville, stoners & crooners & the launch of a book about an indelible punk brand.
The director’s latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, is as intricate and symmetrical as ever. But it also managed to surprise us.
A fiery leaders debate, a swindler set free, activists climbing Mount Royal & more in our news round-up.
by MALCOLM FRASER
We watched Nymphomaniac, and it’s decidedly not sexy.
* Björk Biophilia Live at Cinéma du Parc
* Belles Soeurs: The Musical at the Segal
* Pond and Port Juvee at Petit Campus
* Homegrown instrumental mood music at la Sala Rossa
* Black Milk at Cabaret Underworld
>> Click to read more…
Designed by CultMTL | Powered by Wordpress