Category Archive: Music

BUMP: First You Get The Sugar’s Foreign Lands

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First You Get The Sugar‘s Foreign Lands EP has a classic rock foundation with a modern indie rock twist. In some ways, this combination is unoriginal. There’s something interesting about the way they… Continue reading

BUMP: Idie & The Mirrors

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With their ultra girly aesthetic and poppy synth driven sound, Montreal-based sister pop duo Idie & The Mirrors are starting to generate some buzz with the release of their first self-titled EP. At… Continue reading

BUMP: Animal Ethics’ HUMAN RIOTS

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Everything about the the first Animal Ethics full-length, HUMAN RIOTS, is loud. All the song titles are written all in caps. There isn’t a single line sung below a shout. Subtlety is a… Continue reading

POP Montreal 2014: The Best of the Best

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Don’t mind me, just finally coming up for air after a sweaty five-day tryst with my favourite lover, POP Montreal. I saw almost 20 bands, listened to the erudite Steve Albini espouse opinions,… Continue reading

BUMP: Constellation Nightclub’s Do You See Me?

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As I may have mentioned before, I’m a sucker for bands that give first-time listeners a clear idea of what their about to hear with only their name. Not only does Constellation Nightclub… Continue reading

BUMP: Forgotten Fix’s Sans Bateau

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Sans Bateau, the latest EP from Montreal’s Forgotten Fix is dark, dance-y and only slightly disappointing. As a listening experience, I was reminded of The Faint’s first record, Media. There are hints of… Continue reading

POP Montreal 2014: BU’s Festival Cheat Sheet

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POP Montreal is almost upon us, friends. Starting this Wednesday, September 17, over 400 bands will descend upon our fair city. There will be shows upon shows, late-night dance parties at Little Burgundy,… Continue reading

BUMP: Heavy Medicine Band and Heartcopy

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Last week I attended a show celebrating the launch of Forgotten Fix’s latest EP, Sans Bateau, at Casa Del Popolo. Unfortunately, I had to leave before their set but the band generously hooked… Continue reading

BUMP: dullboy.

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Whenever a band you’ve only heard in a live setting puts out a record, there’s a certain give and take. The debut album by dullboy. is no exception. In a live setting their… Continue reading