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MEET A MONTREALER: JEAN-AYMERI DE MAGISTRIS

Meet Jean-Aymeri. He’s a man-about-town; his Facebook and Twitter accounts vibrating with the tales of a man on the move. In fact, he’s so connected and “on the scene” that I hope he doesn’t steal my job. I’m watching you De Magistris! Anyway, between his projects in art, design and fashion, this man’s got his fingers in multiple pies! But, you’re wondering, how can you get Jean-Aymeri’s fingers in your pie? Read and find out.

AN INTERVIEW WITH SCISSOR SISTERS!

As they make their way across the land to spread the joy of their latest album (Night Work),  Scissor Sisters made a necessary stop in Montreal. I caught up with Jake and Del to chat about Night Work, who wears the pants in the band and why Canada is cool.

CHARLIE WINSTON LOVES MONTREAL

The Montreal Buzz recently caught up with British beau, singer and songwriter, Mr. Charlie Winston during Montreal’s popular Osheaga Music and Arts Festival. Now we really wouldn’t want to start any rumors as gossiping is a terrible terrible thing, but there is  reason to believe you might spot the bohemian poetaster roaming in Montreal sooner than you think… see for yourself!

YOAV ON MONTREAL, SOCIAL MEDIA AND LIVING LIFE GYPSY STYLE

Yoav is a one-man, music phenomenon. His music is based primarily on his own vocals, his guitar and his trusted foot-pedal mixer (that he affectionately calls “The Beast” – photo below). After touring the world for the past couple of years, his diligence is paying off with a #1 iTunes album and an ever-increasing fan base.

DIVERS/CITÉ: LADY BUNNY IS READY TO DO MONTREAL

Montreal’s famous LGBT Cultural festival, Divers/Cité, is just around the corner. There is a stellar line up of musicians, DJs, dancers and Drag performers. And of these Divers/Cité Drag performers, the famous Lady Bunny is arguably the most epic. I caught up with Lady Bunny just before she jumped a plane to Poland for Euro Pride.

MISSTRESS BARBARA TALKS JAZZ FESTIVAL (AND GOES ACOUSTIC)

Misstress Barbara wants you to know that she is not simply pushing buttons. After 14 years as an internationally renowned House/Techno DJ, the queen of the turntable is exchanging her vinyl records for guitars and keyboards. And she’ll be proving her nouvelle stage personna  again this weekend at the Montreal Jazz Festival. Miss B is now a certified band performer. And if last year’s sold out show was any indication of the potential that Misstress Barbara has to rock out sans “hiding-in-a-DJ-booth,” then we have much to look forward to this second time through.

LIVE AT THE JAZZ FESTIVAL: EMILIE SIMON

Emilie Simon, the French songstress that is taking the american indie music scene by storm is back in town. Before her Jazz Fest show on Saturday, June 26 as part of the fest’s late night series (show starts at 11:59 PM), I spoke to Emilie Simon, who has a musical background as eclectic and intriguing as her live show …

A WALK WITH MARTHA WAINWRIGHT

Martha Wainwright and I took a candid stroll on Montreal’s Plateau district yesterday. She spoke freely about her new album, her family and some of her favourite Montreal haunts.

BLDGBLOG’S MANAUGH BUILDS BUZZ AT CCA

Senior contributing editor to WIRED UK, and renowned blogger Geoff Manaugh (of BLDGBLOG fame) and author (BLDGBLOG The Book) joins the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) for a summer blogging series called CCA from…, as Visiting Scholar 2010.  But this is no dusty academic!  He has taught design studios at Columbia University and Pratt, so he kind of knows a lot of stuff.