The dreamy-sweet sounds of Danish songstress Oh Land are quickly becoming a regular staple around our office. Songs like “My Boxer” and “Love a Man Dead” are reminiscent of Robyn, and tracks like “Renaissance Girls” and “Cherry On Top” were made for chilly mornings warmed with lattes and farmers-market-fresh bread. There’s a Lana Del Ray-esque… Read More »Read Article
Montreal hit list April 13-17: TV on the Radio, Imploding Spastic Edible, Black Lips, Vivian Girls, & more!
WEDNESDAY APRIL 13-24 7:30pm EQUUS Play by Peter Shaffer @ Rialto Theatre, 5723 Ave du Parc. Village Scene Productions presents Eqqus, the story of psychiatrist Martin Dysart seeking to understand the religious and sexual mystery that leads 17-year old Alan Strang to deliberately blind six horses. Directed by Paul Van Dyck. Tickets $30, $24 students/seniors. Tickets available… Read More »Read Article
Pop5, Mar 22: It Gets Better, Mildred Pierce, TV on the Radio, Top Chef Finale, and the return of Dancing with the Stars
It Gets Better. We all watched the videos that comprised the It Gets Better Project. The stories of coming out, bullying and LGBT identity made a huge mark on public consciousness after the spate of teen suicides that happened last year. Now in book form, the project’s founder Dan Savage has edited essays and stories… Read More »Read Article
Lace up your leather sandals, dust off your cut offs, and for the love of god, apply your SPF. Ladies and Gentleman, it’s soon to be musical festival season, and whether you’re an old pro or a new recruit, you couldn’t have picked a better summer to dance with strangers in a field. As someone… Read More »Read Article
WHAT TO DO IN JUNE How is it half-way through May already? Is anyone else experiencing a significant feeling of whiplash? Summer has it’s sea-legs back and is off to an awesome start-so it’s time to plan ahead. After all, June will be here faster than you can say SPF 40, and you don’t want… Read More »Read Article