Banks | The Altar
When Banks broke out with 2014’s Goddess, she became the world’s most blogged about artists. With a sound that took alt-pop and R&B to electrifying new places. With every song written and controlled creatively by Banks, The Altar pushes those edges even further and pulls no punches. It’s an inspiring confrontation of complicated love, pain, […] The post Banks | The Altar appeared first on BandMark...
Morthouse and Hoan at POP Montreal
I think I need to retract my statement about Holy Fuck being the best performance of Pop Montreal this year. Morthouse definitely tied with Holy Fuck, an absolute surprise. If I closed my eyes, I completely forgot I was standing in front of a two-piece: L’escogriffe was bombasted with the visceral, blistering polyrhythms of Thomas L’Allier […] The post Morthouse and Hoan at POP Montreal appeared f...
Trixie Whitley | POP MTL 2016
It has been a good 6 months since Trixie Whitley cancelled a string of shows back in Spring, due to her sudden awareness of being 11 weeks pregnant. The mum to be had just released her newest album and needed to take some time before hitting the road. Luckily for us, this meant Trixie Whitley […] The post Trixie Whitley | POP MTL 2016 appeared first on BandMark.
POP Montreal so far
A gathering spot for independent musicians, industry members, music fans and creative minds of all type. From September 25 to 26, 2016! The post POP Montreal so far appeared first on BandMark.
Pop Montreal 2016 | The Kills
POP MTL is off to a rocking start with zero signs of slowing down. A statement that can also be said of headlining band The Kills, who kicked the festival into high gear at Metropolis this past Wednesday night. For over a decade and a half, The Kills have continued to mesmerize and beguile their […] The post Pop Montreal 2016 | The Kills appeared first on BandMark.