Montreal

Premieres
Premieres

Sick Things Rock Out and Embrace the Mythology of Power-Pop in "Sick Thing"

The Montreal rock and rollers have a video and song for the kid in all of us, so we talked to them about 'Almost Famous' and watching Quebecois men flying on jetpacks.
Daniel G. Wilson
7.6.18
Premieres
Premieres

Enter the World of Spectral Wound's Black Satanic Glamour

Stream the Montreal black metal collective's stunning new album, 'Infernal Decadence.'
Ben Handelman
5.30.18
Interviews
Interviews

Coeur de Pirate’s Therapeutic Release from Her Ghosts

The Montreal singer talks about her fourth record, 'en cas de tempete, ce jardin sera fermé,' the #MeToo movement, and overcoming her trauma.
Sarah MacDonald
5.29.18
New music
New music

Cadence Weapon Takes On The Condo Epidemic in New Video "High Rise"

The new video examines and dissects the social consequences of Toronto's income gap and condo boom.
Luke Ottenhof
5.22.18
New music
New music

NOBRO Deliver Anxious Classic Rock on "The Kids Are Back"

The Montreal punk outfit delivers an infectious holdover before their upcoming full-length LP 'Sick Hustle.'
Sarah MacDonald
5.10.18
Noisey Hitlist
Noisey Hitlist

Depart the Earth With The Beat Escape’s "The Moon In Aquarius" Video

The Montreal dream-pop group make trance-like music for international cosmos lovers.
Ryan Bassil
4.12.18
New music
New music

Tell Depression to Fuck Off with Lonely Parade’s “I’m So Tired”

The post-punk trio’s first single with Buzz Records tackles mental health with dark humour and melodic, contagious math-rock energy.
Jill Krajewski
4.10.18
New music
New music

Zach Zoya's Pedal-to-the-Metal Speed-Rap Will Have You Asking "Who Dat"

The Montreal MC uses his words as literal weapons as he goes on Marvel-esque adventures in his new video.
Phil Witmer
3.21.18
New music
New music

Helena Deland's "Take It All" Tackles The Reality of Romantic Expectations

The Montreal singer tells us over fuzzy drums that love, in fact, stinks.
Sarah MacDonald
2.15.18
Noisey Next
Noisey Next

Kaytranada Will Just Keep Getting Better

In this Noisey Next video, we catch up with the 25-year-old Haitian-born producer to talk about his rise from SoundCloud to stardom.
Noisey Staff
12.20.17
New music
New music

Nate Husser ‘Geto Rock For The Youth EP’ is a Bad Trip Worth Taking

Husser is like if Vince Staples fronted Pavement.
Devin Pacholik
11.15.17
New music
New music

Cam Maclean's "Where I Go" Is a Super Chill Meditation on Death

It's Canada. We never freak out about anything.
Phil Witmer
11.13.17