On Saturday February 20th, I found myself in a quite literally underground music environment that showcased the wide array of musical talent involved in music collective Oh Hi.
By featuring two entirely different sound artists on the same tape, The Howl Arts Collective has accomplished a respect for artistic individuality.
A fantastic night at the Belmont that perfectly illustrated the difference between a critically acclaimed, touring rapper and a local hype machine.
Through the use of unpredictable samples, unique beats, and haunting vocals, U.S. Girls venture into a chilling, desolate soundscape in a fresh, subtle way.
It seems like Ought has struck gold again. The album is great and it really lives up to the expectations left by their first album.
Ought is built for the live performance. Their songs are completely built around energy. The droning, repetitive licks build into these massive moments of courageous punk glory.
The brilliance of Darius Jones’ 4tet on their new release Le bébé de Brigitte cannot be explained, written down, or repeated.
Passovah Festival is one of the many great Montreal Music events and luckily I saw a couple shows there over the course of the last week. Here are some of my favorites.