It’s too early to decorate pumpkins but it isn’t too late to “smash” them! To hear some of what The Smashing Pumpkins are made of, we are giving away their album Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness.
Saint-Hubert, Quebec’s Lou Phelps debuted his new album 002 / Love Me on September 21st via Last Gang Records and we caught up with Kaytranada’s younger brother to discuss his past, thoughts on Toronto’s rap scene, ideal collaborations.
The ninth edition of Heavy Montréal just wrapped and holy cow was it a memorable weekend. With over 50 bands spread out over the two-day festival, drawing in more than 27,000 fans, here are 10 ten things we learned this year.
Now in its second year, the ‘77 Montreal festival took place on July 27th at Parc Jean Drapeau. We came, we saw, we photographed and, if you’re wondering how it was or maybe already pre-planning for 2019, here are eight things to know.
Epic Meal Time co-creator Harley Morenstein spoke to us about “Pizza In A Bag”, his transition from teacher to accidental chef, Action Bronson, The Beastie Boys, and productivity.
With Montreal’s Osheaga music festival fast-approaching, we thought we’d help out with your weekend planning and suggest six of the must-see bands. Be sure to not miss out on sets from Milk & Bone, Portugal. The Man, Billie Eilish, Calpurnia, James Bay, and Rapsody.
During a very busy Canadian Music Week in Toronto, we had a chance to chat with Michelle Bensimon of Montreal’s Caveboy about performing, new music, minor setbacks and staying young at heart.
Ubisoft recently released the fifth instalment in the Far Cry series and we ventured into Hope County, Montana, to see if we could lend a hand against the Project at Eden’s Gate cult.
Festival d’été de Québec (FEQ) has announced its lengthy lineup of artists for this year festival, taking place between July 5th and 15th including Avenged Sevenfold, Beck, Neil Young and more.
In celebration of the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege esports scene, Ubisoft hosted their Six Invitational event for the second consecutive year.
The return of ’77 Montreal, presented by Coors Light will be returning for its second edition this year on July 27th.