Category: Music

Anything and everything music

The Future Islands Are Back With Singles

You know how a song will always remind you of a moment in time? I first discovered the Future Islands on a trip to Europe last spring. Forever, Future Islands will remind me of that trip. They have that sound…

Talking to Wildlife

This week I got to do something fun, I spoke with Dean Povinsky. You’re jealous, I know and I can’t blame you. Dean is the lead singer and guitarist of Wildlife accompanied by bandmates Derek Bosomworth (bass), Dwayne Christie (drums) and…

Childish Gambino, Deep in the Web

Wednesday night, March 26th, the Metropolis in Montreal had the pleasure of welcoming Childish Gambino, as part of his Deep Web tour. The show was at 8pm, no opening act, and I entered the venue a little after 8 to…

Michael Brock: R&B Meets Electro with a Touch of Indie

I have the perfect song for your next date night, I can almost guarantee that your date will end successfully. The song is ‘Scorpio’ by Michael Brock. This scolding song could melt even the coldest of dispositions. I’ve recently had…

5 Albums that Saved Me… From Winter

Winter is ALMOST over, dare I say. Montreal is facing yet another blizzard as I am writing this. It has been a long and cold one, but for me, music is the best way to face it, whether you need…

Who Is LP?

A girl walks into a concert venue. No, this isn’t the start of a joke. It’s the start of a lot of my favourite nights and the start of the story of when I first laid ears on LP. LP…

A Band of Horses, minus the Horses

Having been to a lot of shows, this was a different experience for me. Instead of a launch of a new album, the guys played a mix of their albums and songs with new acoustic twists. I walked away more in love with the songs and the band than when I walked in, which was a tough feat considering they’re one of my favourites.

Band, Chvrches

THAT TIME I LISTENED TO CHVRCHES FOR A WHOLE MONTH

You think I’m exaggerating, don’t you? But really, I’ve had the Chvrches album “The Bones of What You Believe” on repeat since I first acquired it. The band (pronounced Churches) is a Scottish synthpop group that has been around since…