After disappearing for almost four years, Justin Nozuka resurfaced last month with his new album Ulysees. Using this time to take a step back, familiarise himself with production and find new inspiration, Nozuka put together an album that strays quite a bit from what we’ve seen previously with his debut album Holly and sophomore album You I Wind Land and Sea. This self-produced record offers […]Read more "Ulysees by Justin Nozuka"
Excuse me if I get carried away in today’s article but boy does X Ambassadors give a hell of a good show! Yesterday they performed to a sold out room at Petit Campus accompanied by Parade of Lights as the opening act. Before I ramble about how good the band was, I must give a well-deserved […]Read more "X Ambassadors at Petit Campus"
You know when you’re lying in bed, listening to a new band you just discovered and it suddenly dawns on you that it would be virtually impossible for you to keep on living if you didn’t tell someone about it? Okay…maybe not, but this happens to me on a regular basis and today is no exception. […]Read more "Whitaker"
Last night, the band the Neighbourhood performed in downtown’s Metropolis to promote their album I Love You. Upon arrival, I was shocked by how long the line-up outside the venue was. You could already feel how excited everybody was and I knew this crowd would not disappoint. That being said, I’m afraid the crowd could […]Read more "The Neighbourhood at Metropolis"
As most of you already know, I’m obsessed with music and discovering as much of it as I can. Recently, a few people have asked me how I managed to know about so many different bands and it gave me the idea for this next post. Today, I’ll talk to you about a few of […]Read more "How to discover new music"
Inspired by International Woman’s day, I’ve decided to share with you all some of my favourite women or female led bands of the moment. First off, we have Chvrches. Their album Bones of What you Believe features some great synth pop songs driven by lovely and melodic female vocals. This Scottish band takes the synthpop […]Read more "What Up, Women! Chvrches, Birdy, London Grammar, MR MS"
Well isn’t this exciting!!! The people of Osheaga are offering us a mind puzzling game to find out who will be performing at this year’s festival! Make sure to go over there and try to guess as many as you can! From what I’ve been able to gather, I’m already extremely excited! Good luck!Read more "Guess the Osheaga Lineup and Win Three Day Passes!"
Last night, as I got home, ears ringing and legs sore from the jumping around, I had to gather myself in order to sit down and write this post. As most who live in Montreal know, Imagine Dragons, alongside X Ambassdors and The Naked and Famous, took the Bell Centre by storm in honour of […]Read more "Imagine Dragons at the Bell Centre"
Hello Internet users and proud owners of a fully functional pair of ears, I’ve got some album suggestions for you so listen up! First off we have Haim. This trio of sisters from LA released their first album Days Are Gone last September and it’s amazing. This album just takes me back! Most songs have this retro […]Read more "Haim, X Ambassadors, The Neighbourhood and The Fray"
Small venue, no production and only one studio album out, but boy did Kodaline knock it out of the park. Last night, the Irish band Kodaline took the stage at Montreal’s Sala Rossa alongside LP as their opening band. For the first part, LP performed a 30 minute setlist that surprisingly pleased the audience. Having […]Read more "Kodaline at Sala Rossa"