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Photos: Of Montreal, Locate S,1 @ Neumos

Photos by: Daniel Hager  –  Indie Rock band Of Montreal, who released their fifteenth album, White Is Relic/Irrealis Mood, on March 9th, 2018 via Polyvinyl, which was influenced by 1980s-style “extended dance mixes”, along with Angela Davis, Noam Chomsky, Chris Kraus, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Malcolm X, and Mark E. Smith, performed at Neumos in Seattle last night (May 1st) with alternative/indie … Continue reading

Photos: Of Montreal @ Metro Chicago

Photos by: Katie Kuropas –  Psych-pop band Of Montreal, who released their fourteenth album, Innocence Reaches, on August 12th, 2016 via Polyvinyl, which featured the singles“It’s Different for Girls”, and “My Fair Lady”, and which followed up their 2015 album, Aureate Gloom, performed at Metro Chicago in Chicago last night.  

Photos: Levitation Vancouver 2016 – Tycho, Of Montreal, FIDLAR, Allah-Las

Photos by: Timothy Nguyen – Day one of Levitation Vancouver 2016 on June 17th featured performances by San Francisco-based ambient artist Tycho, who released his self-produced fourth album, Awake, on March 18th, 2014 via Ghostly International, which followed-up his 2011 album, Dive, psych-pop band Of Montreal, who released their thirteenth album, Aureate Gloom, on March 3rd, 2015 via … Continue reading

Photos: Field Trip 2016 (Day 2) – Robyn, Of Montreal, DIIV, Charles Bradley

Photos by: Justin Roth – The second and final day of Field Trip 2016 at Fort York in Toronto featured performances by electropop artist Robyn, who released her newest album, Love Is Free, on August 7th, 2015 via Interscope, psych-pop band Of Montreal, who released their thirteenth album, Aureate Gloom, on March 3rd, 2015 via Polyvinyl, Brooklyn-based indie rock band DIIV, … Continue reading

Joy and Tragedy fuelled Flaming Lips Show at NXNE

By: Colin Rabyniuk – A Flaming Lips performance is a near-transcendent experience. Between the endless good vibes and kaleidoscope light show, the audience couldn’t help but leave in a better state than when they arrived. Last night at Dundas Square was no exception. The band started with a barrage of rocketing confetti and enormous balloons … Continue reading

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