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INDUSTRY BLACKOUT – A Letter in Support of Black Artists

Written by on 4 June 2020

What was Blackout Tuesday and how can we support black artists right now and in the future ? If you are questioning why your Instagram feed consisted of a a bunch of black squares followed by hashtags such as #theshowmustbepaused or #blackouttuesday , you’ve been living under a rock! No, I’m kidding, let me explain […]

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Top 5 Montreal’s Nuit Blanche 2020 Activities

Written by on 26 February 2020

The most exciting night of the year is about to hit Montreal! Nuit Blanche sees activities flowing from daylight to nighttime in every corner of the city. With the STM showing their support by opening public transportation all night long, Nuit Blanche is the perfect opportunity for those of us who live far to finally […]

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Montreal Festivals Tackling Single-Use Plastics

Written by on 13 February 2020

All over the world, festivals – whether small or large – are becoming more aware of their ecological footprint and the potential consequences live entertainment can have to the environment. From the direct impact of waste and physical production over land, to the indirect impact of flying in artists from around the world, now more […]

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Cazar 2019 Highlights | A Year Of Music, Dance & Design

Written by on 3 January 2020

“Instinct is a marvelous thing. It can neither be explained nor ignored.” -Agatha Christie It was on these words that Cazar was conjured; what has become a weekly escape into high-spirited music and decor started out as a single, strong intuition. Intuition of what a truly multi-sensorial experience could look like in our local nightlife. […]

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Call for the Support of Montreal Record Stores

Written by on 17 December 2019

Montreal record stores need our support this holiday season. From the charm of their facades to the depths of their treasures, they are essential organs of our local culture. In the past weeks, they have faced unhealthy scrutiny and fines from the Ministère, who activated by-laws dating back to 1970, charging La Rama, Death of […]

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News | Paji’s Album Out This Week On Katermukke

Written by on 3 December 2019

PAJI, no stranger to Berlin’s Katermukke, is back on the imprint with his debut full length LP. Also titled PAJI, the album is a reflection of his personal passion for traditional and classical instruments, carefully blended with contemporary drum phrases and saturated basslines, forming an overall lush, multi-genre journey. The first of the 11 tracks […]

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