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YEASAYER GIVE A PHENOMENAL PERFORMANCE IN MONTREAL!

YEASAYER GIVE A PHENOMENAL PERFORMANCE IN MONTREAL!

| June 10, 2011 | Comments (388)

Self-described alternative-experimental-indie Yeasayer played into a packed house at the Club Soda venue in Montreal this week, spoiling their fans that didn’t had the chance to see them in May 2010 at le National, the venue being sold out as well! Hush Hush  took the stage at around 8:30 pm for a 40 minutes experience… [...]

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THE MAINE, AUGUSTANA & AUSTIN GIBBS AT THE CLUB SODA

THE MAINE, AUGUSTANA & AUSTIN GIBBS AT THE CLUB SODA

The Maine and Augustana teamed up to present a solid concert last night at the Club Soda in Montreal. While I thought Augustana was the band to see,  I quickly understood that it wasn’t the case. Let’s be honest, the fans who packed the floor last night were there to see The Maine. While Augustana [...]

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THE AP TOUR STOPS IN MONTREAL

THE AP TOUR STOPS IN MONTREAL

| April 16, 2011 | Comments (65)

The AP Tour Spring 2011 is still on the road! Visiting cities in Canada and in the US are bands Black Veil Brides, Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows (D.R.U.G.S.), I See Stars, VersaEmerge and Conditions. The tour will be ending on May 6th in Cleveland, Ohio, click here for all the tour dates and info about the tour. [...]

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CRAZY TIME WITH THE PLANET SMASHERS IN MONTREAL!

CRAZY TIME WITH THE PLANET SMASHERS IN MONTREAL!

| March 9, 2011 | Comments (0)

  When The Planet Smashers came on stage at the Club Soda on Friday night, their fans were well ready to party, beer in hand. The musicians had a lot of fun seeing all the crowd-surfers get on the stage and being pushed back by their crew before getting the chance to see where they [...]

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ESCAPE THE FATE AT THE CLUB SODA

ESCAPE THE FATE AT THE CLUB SODA

| February 16, 2011 | Comments (450)

When the lights went out to ‘Choose Your Fate’, the public immediately started to chant the three words along. The guys in Escape The Fate then arrived on stage to play their singles ‘Massacre’ and ‘Ten Miles Wide’, before Craig Mabbitt disappeared during ‘The Flood’. Even the remaining members of the band on stage seemed [...]

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THRASHING, CROWD SURFING & CLAPPING WITH TOKYO POLICE CLUB

THRASHING, CROWD SURFING & CLAPPING WITH TOKYO POLICE CLUB

| January 18, 2011 | Comments (101)

After opening for Phoenix this past October, Tokyo Police Club returned to Montreal on Sunday for a show at Club Soda. This time, however, they were the main act, preceded by Irish indie-pop group Two Door Cinema Club and Kingston’s PS I Love You. Playing for a crowd that was considerably smaller than that of [...]

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SMILES FOR LIGHTS IN MONTREAL

SMILES FOR LIGHTS IN MONTREAL

| November 24, 2010 | Comments (5)

LIGHTS came back to Montreal last Saturday, after nearly a year of touring across the world. She opened her set with Second Go and her fans immediately sang along, setting the energetic mood of the night from the start. She then proceeded to play every song of her first album, The Listening, as well as [...]

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HANSON BACK IN MONTREAL!

HANSON BACK IN MONTREAL!

| November 19, 2010 | Comments (5)

Pop band consisting of Isaac, Taylor, and Zac Hanson have certainly grew older since their first major hit MMMBop! The boys – or should we say men?! – in Hanson released this past summer their eighth studio album called Shout it Out. The brothers were in Montreal last night playing at the Club Soda. Fans, [...]

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DOWN WITH WEBSTER PARTIES IN MONTREAL

DOWN WITH WEBSTER PARTIES IN MONTREAL

| September 18, 2010 | Comments (517)

Photo credit: Sandra Elford, Live ‘N Loud archive Most junior high talent school boy bands don’t grow to get endorsements from the likes of Timbaland and Gene Simmons; that being said, most boy bands aren’t Down With Webster. With a core group of seven guys who look like they all belong to different groups, the Toronto-area gents produce songs [...]

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SOLD OUT SHOW FOR MILLENCOLIN: YEARS TOO LATE?

SOLD OUT SHOW FOR MILLENCOLIN: YEARS TOO LATE?

| September 13, 2010 | Comments (246)

The sign on the box office of Montreal’s Club Soda read “completely sold out” as the scalpers who infest the red light district during show nights pestered the crowd accumulating on Saint Laurent. Swedish punk rockers, Millencolin, who hit it big with their 2000 release ‘Pennybridge Pioneers’ were playing the city on Saturday night. Opening were [...]

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