Written by Scott Simpson on 01.07.15

July might mean Montreal is in full festival mode and there are fewer standalone concerts, but it doesn’t mean they’re not worth your time: Run The Jewels are performing before their Osheaga set, Death Grips have returned from the grave for possibly the last time, and Diplo & Skrillex’s Full Flex Express Tour hits Montreal; time to get your Music Fix for July!

Death Grips

Death Grips_Montreal

When: Saturday, July 4th
Where: Théâtre Corona
How Much: $25.00 – Sold Out
Style: Hardcore hip-hop from California
Known For: Their collaboration album with Björk, their repeated break-ups, and their aggressive and intense live shows.
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Full Flex Express Tour w/ Jack Ü, Zeds Dead, ASAP Ferg, Hundred Waters, & more

Full Flex Express Tour_Montreal

When: Friday, July 10th
Where: Parterre de l’Île Notre-Dame
How Much: $77.50 – Buy Tickets
Style: EDM, hip-hop, electro, indie pop, etc.
Known For: Skrillex and Diplo—aka Jack Ü—are back trekking across Canada with their friends thanks to VIA Rail and performing at every stop.
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CFCF w/ K-LC and Event Cloak


When: Friday, July 17th
Where: Bar “Le Ritz” P.D.B.
How Much: $8.00 – Buy Tickets
Style: Electronic music from Montreal
Known For: He’s about to release his new album Radiance & Submission as well as a full-length cassette tape album. Prolific remixer for artists like Health, Crystal Castles, and Holy Ghost!
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Django Django

Django Django_Montreal

When: Sunday, July 26th
Where: Le National
How Much: $23.50 – Buy Tickets
Style: Psych-rock from London, UK
Known For: Their self-titled debut album garnered massive critical acclaim and found itself on many best of 2012 lists.
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Run The Jewels w/ Bliss N Eso and The Narcicyst

Run the Jewels Montreal

When: Thursday, July 30th
Where: Club Soda
How Much: $23.50 – Buy Tickets
Style: Alternative hip-hop from NYC and Atlanta
Known For: Killer Mike and El-P are both popular solo artists, and toured together following mutual collaborations and decided to form Run The Jewels. Their two self-titled albums are considered modern classics, and their highly politicized lyrics make them some of the most respected rappers today.
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