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.
by ERIK LEIJON
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.
by ROXANE HUDON
We sent our critic Roxane Hudon, who’d never seen a Transformers flick, to check out Michael Bay’s fourth iteration of action robot-ness.
by MIKEY B RISHWAIN
M for Montreal's M4Mikey sailed away on the Bruise Cruise, the nautical wing of last weekend's mega music fest in Toronto.
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.
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.
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.
* Cinemania screens burlesque comedy in NDG Park
* 4 cool indie rock/post-punk bands at l’Escogriffe
* 3 cool electronic/synth-pop bands at Playhouse
* DJ XL5 Helluva Zappin’ Party at Fantasia
* Mad Decent/Fool’s Gold DJs at Tokyo
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