TUESDAY OCTOBER 16 9:30pm. Bike Smut 6: Turning TriXXX @ Café l’Artère, 7000 Parc. Bike Smut, now in its 6th year, is a collective of short erotic films created by inspired cyclists from around the world. The exploration of human sexuality coupled with tons of bike riding makes for a unique viewing experience that is only… Read More »Read Article
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 5 7:30pm. The Offspring @ Metropolis, 59 St-Catherine East. They are pretty fly for white guys (haaa), which is why your 90s self is slightly itching at the opportunity to see The Offspring live once more, as they promote their newest album ‘Days Go By’. Tickets are $49.20 and can be purchased here.Read Article
Montreal Hit List – July 25 to July 29, 2012 – Montreal Electronic Groove, The Unsettlers, Take Off Your Clothes Montreal and more!
THURSDAY JULY 26 TO SUNDAY JULY 29 Collective Art Sale @ Atelier B, 5758 St-Laurent. A group of local Montreal designers and artists come together for a four-day collective craft sale – jewellery, illustrations, clothing and more will be available for purchase! Check out the Facebook event page for a list of vendors and opening… Read More »Read Article
The 2011 Montreal Jazz Fest: a Time for Spontaneous Hand-Holding and (spiked) Lemonade, June 25 to July 4
Think: short denim skirts, white t-shirts and long feather necklaces. Hand-holding with friends so as not to lose each other in the crowd. Pocket flasks of gin. Free ice cream popsicles on side streets. Disposable cameras. Smoking in that weird alley off Bleury street. Solo-dancing to Brian Setzer Orchestra beats. Hopping fences (the only way… Read More »Read Article
Thursday April 21 Pat Jordache Album Launch @ Discothèque Tropicale Blue Skies Turn Black presents the launch of Montreal indie band Pat Jordache’s debut album, ‘Future Songs’. Canadian trio PLAY GUITAR and Mozart’s Sister will accompany the band – a great dance party to be sure. $8. 8:30pm. Discothèque Tropicale – 6512 Parc.Read Article
Self-described as “a boiler room filled with 27 grandfather clocks, 27 birds, 27 horses and 27 angels typing letters to their mothers”, the Unsettlers live up to their name in more ways than one. Whiskey and accordions, contortionists and classical baroque all collide, bringing Montreal a turbulent, 11-piece organism that will invade the grand Rialto… Read More »Read Article