Omar Sosa and Seckou Keita illustrate music’s ability to bridge divides and bring people together. Their innovative sound is a reminder of the beauty that emerges when we embrace our differences and work in harmony.
Spoon Bend, TV Dog and Bianca are acts not to be missed.
As a trap and hiphop lover and a native to Atlanta, GA, I was extremely excited to attend the concert of Nate Husser, a Montréal born up and coming rapper.
From golden-age 90s house to left-field techno, garage, and more, U-Turn breaks from the monotony of uninspiring dance music.
Santa Teresa at the Societé Des Arts Technology hosted a three act bill which brought together a multitude of genres for a fun and versatile night.
A relaxed evening with hearts warmed by great music and charming band members.
As I entered the Fairmount this past Monday to catch the end of Hanna Benn, the already substantial crowd was a clear indicator of the magnetic power and intrigue of ambiguity.
Last Sunday, Theatre Plaza hosted an ode to DIY music with three distinct artists demonstrating synth-laden electronic, good ol’ rock, and a final act that combined the two
I went to Casa del Popolo this past week to catch the stacked bill consisting of Mal Devisa along with locals Skin Tone and Joni Void.
If you weren’t dancing and singing along at the Alvvays concert on Friday, you were missing the entire point.
A revival of the Van Horne Viaduct seemed to me like a great idea.
Despite the slightly disappointing “summer” weather, the festival-goers and locals alike came through on a collective promise to make the fifteenth FME a fête to remember.
This Montreal show was the third in a series of just five North American tour dates for Cult of Luna, where, with Christmas’ help, they’ve been performing Mariner in its entirety.
The audience that night was full of Sonic Youth lovers who had come to see a living legend.
Solid proof that punk rock is alive and well in our fair city.
I couldn’t have picked a better way to celebrate America’s birthday.
The concert was been an exclusive peek into another world, Licht’s performances like bedroom renditions of the best rock songs never written.
Mac DeMarco returned to his old Montreal stomping grounds for two sold-out shows at Metropolis.
An entertaining set that harkened back to a traditional rock feel.
Cambodian-psychedelic rock group Dengue Fever opened for the Saharan blues collective Tinariwen.
She’s back to mostly singing with the booming voice of her first few albums, though she did (thankfully) play songs from White Chalk and Let England Shake.
While touring on his latest release, the excellent Drunk, Thundercats Montreal stop did not disappoint the significant crowd that ventured out to catch the show.