Stack Your Roster is self-described “record label/family/collective” focusing mostly on math-rock. They organize local shows and represent various bands, operating out of the Stack Your Roster HQ, a studio/house/venue in the Plateau. We had a talk with them about live music, musical communities, and what they’re doing for math-rock in […]
Out of the thousands upon thousands of Canadian bands that emerge onto the scene every year, very few manage to crack the surface of the elusive ‘music industry.’ Some have ‘look’ but lack an original sound, while others have boundless talent, but fail to make it due to shortcomings in […]
On Sunday, September 8th, we attended the 5th anniversary of Montreal’s Oysterfest at Terrasses Bonsecours. It was an unbelievable party with tons of food, drinks, and some of our city’s best dressed.
Bearded, soulful, and mysterious in his own right, Chet Faker has become a name on the tip of everyone’s tongue. Hailing from Melbourne’s tight-knit music scene, Faker– whose real name is Nick Murphy– first become known to us when his hit cover of Blackstreet’s “No Diggity” hit number 1 on […]
This is possibly my favourite collection of Les Montréalais photos to date. These people are from all over the city (and beyond) and are pursuing incredibly varied dreams. My favourite part of this project is the opportunity to speak to random people on the street about their passions in life.
Montreal Pride was amazing. I’m so proud to live in a city with such a thriving queer community. These photos showcase just a few of the many people who came out last Thursday to join in the fun and dance to the entire Grease soundtrack.
Last week, I took a stroll along St. Catherine with my girlfriend Luna and we met some awesome locals and visitors. To be fair, she spotted most of them. She has a knack for noticing special things. The tourists were surprised I asked to take their pictures, but I think […]
Susan Moss is a friend (and role model) of mine. We met outside a Gossip concert last fall after I struck up a conversation about her gear.
Nick Kroll stars as the very funny Rodney Ruxin on FX’s The League and has his own show on comedy central, Kroll Show, a sketch comedy program that premiered earlier this year on Comedy Central.
“It’s kinda hard to be human and not think you’re better than other people.” – Jake Smith, Lakes of Canada