Two if by Sea is Sarah Segal Lazar‘s debut album, produced by Al Lafrance, and it’s out today! We caught up with Sarah earlier this week to talk about the album, and a whole lot more. If you’re in Montreal head to Grumpy’s Bar for the album launch tonight, it’s free! Also, in this week’s … Continue reading
Edge of the City #137 • The Art of Eating through the Zombie Apocalypse
How would you survive through the zombie apocalypse?
Dirty Feet #115 • AH/HA • ENG
A conversation with Belgium dance maker Lisbeth Gruwez and musician Maarten Van Cauwenberghe of Voetvolk.
This week’s question: Are relationships like drugs? This week’s quote: “You’re on that methadone for the rest of your life.” My Horrible Things cohort and I talk relationships, drugs and plenty of other stuff. As is the way with this podcast, things get all intimate and hilarious. Listen in for Leighland’s main selling point, my … Continue reading
Une autre semaine, un autre épisode tout frais de Dirty Feet pour votre plaisir auditif. Cette semaine, Allison et J.D. accueillent deux chorégraphes pour discuter des pièces qu’elles présentent à Montréal cette semaine. Tout d’abord, Lina Cruz vient parler de la pièce “Imaginarium, ne pas nourrir les animaux!“, sa dernière création pour groupe, présentée à … Continue reading
Le Trouble, as their name suggests, are not playing it totally safe. While they embrace a pop sensibility there is something underneath their hooky tunes that is careening a little close to the edge. Although their EP Reality Strikes is infinitely hummable, nothing about their sound is overly formulaic or easy to put in a box. … Continue reading
In a very special joint episode, the Dirty Feet podcast teams up with the crew of the Edmonton-based dance podcast, I Don’t Get It, for an epic conversation about covering dance. I Don’t Get It is an award-winning podcast that pairs up a dance expert with her clueless counterpart for a conversation that is accessible … Continue reading
In this week’s podcast, we feature Colin Munch — artistic associate at Bad Dog Theatre, and an actor, producer and comedian. His story of young love and young breakups is from April 2012’s Confabulation presents: Food for thinking. Catch Colin, and Matt Goldberg in Playday Mayday at the Centaur Theatre’s Wildside Festival until January 17th, … Continue reading
This week’s podcast is actually a snippet from a future podcast we’ll be releasing in the coming weeks. We’ve released this week’s interview to help promote For Body and Light presents Coming and Going, at the Centaur Theatre Wildside Festival in Montreal. We also highly recommend you see all the other shows at WildSide in … Continue reading