The ever so creative folks over at Montreal’s Osheaga Festival are allowing fans to uncover this year’s lineup with a fun game. Grab your cellphone and get cracking! …Or be lazy and let others do the work source: 99scenes AdvertisementsRead more "The Road to Osheaga: Play the game and discover this year’s lineup"
I had the pleasure of treating myself to a short three-day trip to New York City to see James Bay perform at the legendary Bowery Ballroom last night. It has definitely been a while since I’ve been this excited to see a live performance. Bay has been rapidly gaining appreciation from fans and fellow artists […]Read more "James Bay at Bowery Ballroom"
Aside from having a mouthful of a name, Catfish and the Bottlemen are a British rock group that have been gaining quite a following since the release of their debut album The Balcony. Understandably so, the band has recently been selling out most of their tour dates in both America and the UK along with receiving […]Read more "The Balcony by Catfish and the Bottlemen"
After announcing a temporary hiatus after the final tour for sophomore album Babel, Mumford & Sons return today with the premiere of the first song off their third album Wilder Mind, to be released on May 4th. When news of the new album first dropped, along with a short video previewing an instrumental segment of […]Read more "Mumford & Sons announce new album Wilder Mind and premiere single “Believe”"
Recent Grammy nominee Andrew Hozier-Byrne took his headlining tour to Montreal’s beloved Metropolis with guest George Ezra last night in front of a sold out crowd. The buzz around this show had been huge with tickets selling quickly and people lining up outside the venue as early as 8 am. Opener George Ezra, who had […]Read more "Hozier at Metropolis"
Forgive my short (ish) leave of absence but I return to you all with some of my favourite acts of the year. I’ll be honest and admit that 2014 was a bit of a disappointment when it comes to album releases. I was in fact willing to turn the page and hope for the best […]Read more "James Bay, Hozier, Jack Garratt"
Post festival depression in full force, I sit here with a heavy heart and damaged eardrums to give you guys a quick recap of the weekend’s festivities. In hopes of keeping this post short and sweet, I decided to go about this in an unusual manner by bringing you the Osheagawards (I’m so clever!). By […]Read more "Osheaga 2014 Wrap-Up"
The Fray took the Helios tour to Montreal last night alongside bands Oh Honey and Barcelona. As per usual, let’s kick things off with the opening acts. The night started off with a short set list by Brooklyn band Oh Honey led by the melodically joyful duo Mitchy Collins and Danielle Bouchard. Their indie-folk sound […]Read more "The Fray at Metropolis"
It is general knowledge that Justin Timberlake can do no wrong. If you disagree, I kindly invite you to click out of this window and take a moment to reevaluate your existence. Last night, Justin finally took the stage at Montreal’s Bell Centre after a excruciatingly long rescheduling of his shows (8 months and 25 days, […]Read more "Justin Timberlake at the Bell Centre"
It was only a matter of time before my attempt at sharing my thoughts on a concert through blogging was met with a show that left me speechless. That day has now come in the form of June 25th 2014 in Toronto and I now sit here having to rack my brain to find the […]Read more "Monumentour at Canadian Molson Amphitheatre"