Inside Pamika Brasserie – Authentic Thai BBQ

By On July 22, 2014

This summer you don’t need to voyage to Thailand to enjoy authentic Thai BBQ. Pamika Brasserie prides itself as the only restaurant in Montreal serving authentic Thai BBQ on its terrace all summer.… Read More


Post-Rock Night at La Vitrola

By On July 22, 2014

Sunday night, noise rattled La Vitrola’s tin-ceilings all the way down the staircase and onto St-Laurent blvd. Montreal’s own Atsuko Chiba, thisquietamy, Obstcls and Shy, Low (from Richmond, VA) had an end-of-weekend experimental post-rock… Read More

Crowd Shot

TURF ‘Til it Hurts

By On July 22, 2014

I’ve got to hand it to you, Toronto: you’ve got some damn good summer festivals. After being given the opportunity to attend NXNE last month, we heard about Toronto Urban Roots Fest… Read More


Road Trip to the Laurentian’s for Some Montreal Music

By On July 22, 2014

Sometimes you have to travel far away to appreciate what you have at home. But, this summer, you only have to go as far as the Laurentian’s. Combining wilderness camping and amazing indie… Read More

Main Events

A Seven-Day Guide to Montreal’s Open Mics

By On July 21, 2014

Open mics are one of the very few places where everyone is welcome and anything goes. Living in a city that thrives on art and culture, local musicians, comics and all-around weirdos… Read More

The Bonfire Sessions Montreal

Free Mac Demarco Show (with Solids and Besnard Lakes) this weekend

By On July 21, 2014

JanSport and Noisey just announced that they’ll be rolling into Montreal on the next stop of the 2014 JanSport Bonfire Sessions! There will be an acoustic set Mac DeMarco, along with music by Besnard Lakes and Solids at Montreal’s Îlot Charlevoix at… Read More

Lazy Sunday

Exploring Old Montreal’s Clock Tower

By On July 20, 2014

Montreal’s Clock Tower, located on the Victoria Pier in Old Montreal, was dedicated to Canadian sailors who died in World War I. Climbing the tower is the perfect activity for an early Sunday… Read More

City Guides

An Urban Traveler’s Guide: Tokyo

By On July 19, 2014

Japan’s capital city has it all: prison-themed restaurants, world-class museums, the fashion world’s next hot trends, maid cafes, an imperial palace, and Michelin three-star sushi served in a train station.… Read More


Dom Irrera’s All-Stars Will Bring the House Down

By On July 18, 2014

In the world of sports, there are two ways an athlete earns a spot in the all-star game. The first way is to simply be the best à la Sidney Crosby. The second… Read More

City Guides

A Smaller Park in the Montreal Plateau

By On July 18, 2014

Un tout premier placottoir est né en fds Duluth et Saint-André. Qu’est-ce qu’un placottoir? — Le Plateau (@LePMR) July 7, 2014 Next time you’re walking in the Plateau, take a… Read More