Geneviéve Castrée, Andréanne Godin's mining drawings, T for Typographie workshop, Samuel Garrigó Meza takes on boxing, Parker Branch, performance art by Jaclyn Meloche, paintings by Scott Everingham, Chromatic 2013 call for submissions.
Assessing the new documentary on one of Seattle's most unsung bands, I'm Now: The Story of Mudhoney, PLUS the heavy gigs that have all the kids talking, including Enslaved, Marduk, Pypy, Terrarbor, Loosestrife and Passovah's fifth anniversary show.
This week brings some impressive films and television to home video including the latest from HBO and author George RR Martin, director/star Ben Affleck and classic, newly restored Elia Kazan care of The Criterion Collection.
If there had been no tuition in 2012, the lost revenue would amount to close to $350 million, a figure not far removed from, say, what Revenu Quebec expects to bring in annually from its new sales-recording modules in restaurants. So why isn't it already free, asks Peter Wheeland.
Lithuanian jazz label NoBusiness uncovers more black gold in the form of NYC's the Group, PLUS a meaty psych-pop proposition by Ty Segall collaborator White Fence and a Three Loco video depicting an average day in Parc Ex, or a neighbourhood made to resemble it.
Ahead of his show at Casa del Popolo tonight, American solo artist Ken Stringfellow spoke to Cult MTL about the pros and cons of being forever linked to his old band (the Posies), R.E.M. and Big Star, and the story behind his regular Paris-to-Amsterdam commute.
Improv in bloom care of Swiss violist Charlotte Hug and French pianist Frédéric Blondy, PLUS a new track by Real Estate offshoot Alex Bleeker and the Freaks, and the wacky new wrestling video by Tyler, the Creator
Launched by three queers of colour last September, the Royal Phoenix monthly known as Cousins invites gays and friendlies to dance to hip hop, dancehall, R&B and dupstep. Ahead of the night's sixth anniversary bash, featuring some very special guests, DJ Tamika spoke to Cult MTL about the event's origins and anthems.
Two documentaries opening this weekend at Cinéma du Parc — family food story Step Up to the Plate (Entre les Bras) and photo essay Men at Lunch — show different approaches to dealing with a simple subject.