Shows — CONFRONT Magazine

By: Confront Magazine  09-12-2011
Keywords: Club Soda

Archive for category: Shows

By Marie-Lou Plante Société des Arts Technologiques. Data Romance got on stage in front of a crowd that seemed not to know them and  that wasn’t very into dancing to their music. When some downtempo beats and the soft voice of Amy Kirkpatrick started to fill the venue, some people sarted to move slowly without really dancing at all. At [..]

Review by Lili-Anh On November 24th, a mix of indie, electro-pop and rock greeted a more than excited crowd at the Corona Theater. It all started off with a rather interesting opener; Rich Aucoin, a very energetic performer whose set was very visually enhanced by an ongoing video projected over the stage and who also seemed very fond of confetti. [..]

On November 5th, CONFRONT’s correspondent photographer and I had the opportunity to attend Nick Carter’s solo show at the Metropolis.  Following our interview with him this past month, we had been eagerly anticipating this event… We had both enjoyed his first solo album, Now or Never, and though we were a little less enthused by his Sophmore release, we were [..]

By Marie-Claire Denis It was at Underworld, that friends and family watched the young musicians of Basement Superheroes play a full one hour gig for the first time. The trio from Laval, who made me instantly think of Duke Squad, started the show strong and one would think that the energy would decrease as the songs went on, but the [..]

Rockstar Uproar Montreal: Rain didn’t stop the Montrealers After the success of last year’s uproar around the United States and only date in Canada (in Toronto, which we attended then too), the Rockstar Uproar tour was back again with several dates in our country, including one in Montreal at Parc Jean-Drapeau. Running a bit late, we decided to go on [..]

written by Lili-Anh Le Minh. First of all, before I even begin, I’m not going to hide that I’m very Simple Plan-biased. This band has had a big place in my heart for quite a while now. That being said, I also know a good show when I see one and this was definitely a great one. You can even [..]

by Marie-Claire Denis.  After their show at the club soda last April, Foster the People really needed to come back to our city! A lot of stuff has happen to this little indie band between these two visits, one of them being the release of their first album ‘Torches’. The show, which was supposed to take place at club Lambi, [..]

30 seconds to mars in Montreal: A Double treat! Montreal is very lucky: the city had the chance to have two shows of the world famous band 30 seconds to Mars plus an intimate concert for L’artiste du mois Musique Plus within one week! I had the chance to go to both shows at Métropolis and both experiences were very [..]

Our special correspondant Myriam tells us all about the one and only Drake and his performance in Montreal!

Keywords: Club Soda

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09-12-2011

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Following our interview with him this past month, we had been eagerly anticipating this event… We had both enjoyed his first solo album, Now or Never, and though we were a little less enthused by his Sophmore release, we were. CONFRONT’s correspondent photographer and I had the opportunity to attend Nick Carter’s solo show at the Metropolis.


09-12-2011

Articles — CONFRONT Magazine

In 2006, CONFRONT Magazine’s first featured article began with the phrase: “Amidst the chaos and frenzy of decision making, phone calls, more decisions, picking colors, taglines, sleepless nights and hair pulling disagreements, one thing was unequivocally certain; we wanted 30 Seconds to Mars to be CONFRONT Magazine’s first cover..


09-12-2011

Interviews — CONFRONT Magazine

By Lili-Anh Formed not so long ago by Atreyu’s Brandon Saller, Hell or Highwater went from being a solo project under the name of Black Cloud Collective to what it is today; a full band of talented and experienced musicians giving themselves a new start for doing what they love.


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Franco — CONFRONT Magazine

LOUIS-JEAN: On a commencé un band en’97-’98 pour un concours qui s’appelle Cégep en Spectacle. Rires* CONFRONT: Ouais mais plus poussé que ce qui est sur le site. Est-ce que je pourrais avoir un peu d’histoire de Karkwa. Pour commencer, je vais retourner dans le passé un peu.