by LORRAINE CARPENTER
We've told you where to find the jazz, now here's what's good in pop, rock, electronic & hip hop at the 35th edition of FIJM.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
Suoni’s a wrap, but the onslaught of metal, psych, rock ’n’ roll & punk fuckery continues.
by PETER WHEELAND
Bleu, blanc, rouge, stars, stripes, maple leaves, Fleurdelisé.
by MIKEY B RISHWAIN
M for Montreal's M4Mikey reports on Toronto's mega music festival.
by DARCY MACDONALD
The definitive '90s hip hop diva played Olympia. And it was good.
by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
We spoke to director Michel Gondry about his documentary Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy?, an animated conversation with Noam Chomsky.
by Paul Serralheiro
Montreal's eclectic summer music fest takes over the Quartier des Spectacles June 29–July 6. If you're looking for actual jazz, here's where to find it.
The local DJ and Tribe Called Red manager brings flicks from streets far and wide to the Fake store.
A year after the flood that devastated the city and its festival of cool music, the week-long event (Cow-Town's answer to Pop Montreal) went down almost perfectly.
by JESSICA SAMMUT
A former coworker of the clothing brand's freshly ousted CEO Dov Charney tells us about her time with the controversial Montreal creepster.
The Mile End establishment, a defacto gay and lesbian bar far from the village, has announced that it's closing its doors.
by STEVEN STELZER
The Als are winners, and the CFL, despite being "the other football league" in the eyes of many, is an organization worth supporting. Here's why.
The mind-blowing 14th edition of the Casa fam's music festival wraps + more great shows in the week to come.
by SHANNON TIEN
Concordia hosts the roving annual festival that presents plays, documentary films and art exhibits in an effort to demistify South and Central American culture.
by ALEX ROSE
Our series exploring Montreal-shot movies tackles Quebec director Christian Duguay’s incredibly pretentious Wesley Snipes vehicle, The Art of War.
by CULTURE TEAM
We caught some real gems at the Fringe, and so should you.
The Fantasia International Film Festival begins on July 17. See the first wave of programming here.
by OL DIRTY DELI
We chowed down at the fledgling BBQ joint that popped up this spring on a very competitive strip of Notre-Dame Street.
* Charlie Chaplin shorts under the stars
* The Harvest at Fantasia
* DJ Nao Identificado at Casa del Popolo
* Mike Paterson’s Playhouse
* DeAnne Smith & Miss Sugarpuss
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