by DARCY MACDONALD
The reggae phase is over and the rapper we used to know is back. He played the hits, toked the smoke and wore that jersey, but he's not looking like the seasoned pro we thought he was.
by MALCOLM FRASER
The Toronto director continues to crack sexual taboos and counter cultural clichés in his new film, Gerontophilia, set and shot in MTL
by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
See what's on the big screen in July, from the big blockbusters to the art house auteurs to Montreal's super-fun summer film fest.
A pair of French DJs in Montreal, Noyl & Famelik, explain how they found their way to scratch DJing, moved to Montreal & met at Piknic Électronik.
Ange-Aimee Woods' premature death leaves the local media & arts community in mourning & more in our news round-up.
by ERIK LEIJON
Toronto's BadBadNotGood is a jazz trio for hip hop fans, and vice versa.
The local indie game incubator unveils fresh new games at a playtest party this weekend.
The local trio reinvents their sound with 1990s samples from a surprising source.
by KYLE MULLIN
Rapper/producer Oddisee hails from the mean streets of D.C., but his Sudanese roots instilled in him an alternative view of hip hop culture.
The third issue of street-centric publication Flaneur, which focuses on one Mile End street, launches this week.
by PETER WHEELAND
A new report by the Global Ocean Commission states plainly that we have an environmental emergency on our hands, and world leaders must act now.
We spotted some real gems (and serious garbage) during the annual inter-city migration, from the Plateau to Parc Ex to Rosemont.
The first five days of the 35th edition of Montreal's Jazz Festival brought some spectacular artists to town. See what you missed (or saw from afar).
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
A decade after Montreal's eclectic-electronic boom, we spoke to Automelodi about what’s changed in the local scene, and how electronic music is the new folk.
by Paul Serralheiro
Vic Vogel has played the Jazz Fest more than any other local artist in its 35 years. We spoke to him about the MTL jazz scene then and now.
And not just because it's the city's worst kept secret. PLUS: Hello Grihanna, bye-bye spam & more in our news round-up.
Super-popular multiplayer game Spaceteam is coming to the world stage with a series of tournaments. Tomorrow, the Admiral’s Challenge arrives in Montreal.
by Ange-Aimee Woods
We sampled the goods and spoke to Elisabeth Cardin, proprietor & expert forager at this novel Mile Ex restaurant.
* A Divers/Cité 5à7 in the Old Port
* Haunted house horror & a B-movie icon at Fantasia
* Shakespeare in the Park in NDG
* Sud West with Ghostbeard & Poirier
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