Osheaga 2018

Last music fastival of the year for me: Osheaga 2018 ! It is a change of vibes compared to Heavy Montreal. I did not knew a lot of the bands playing but I did some great discoveries. Weather was kind of bad but I in the end shot 25 bands over three days, not that bad.

Here is my photo summary!

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Carach Angren @ Petit Campus – 30/09/2018

The small club “Petit Campus” was having a pretty heavy night with the great black metal band Carach Angren. Three bands were openings for them, Valfreya, Wolf Heart and Mors Principium Est.

I must say that I was more excited to see Mors Principium Est, as I am waiting for them to stop in Montreal for years. Carach Angren and their AMAZING frontman is always a pleasure to see, but I already saw them this year.

It is a bit sad that this tour did not have the chance to play in a bigger venue, with better lights… But I did my best to bring back some good photos. For Valfreya I manage to be in front of the scene, it was great. Unfortunately, it did not last long. During Wolfheart, the pit was too dangerous for me and I was forced to extract myself from it. Because of that, the quality of the photo went a bit down. Anyway, I think I was able to get some great shot even without the perfect spot.

I hope you will enjoy them:

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Review (in French): here.


Flaming Lips @ MTelus – 20/08/2018

There are some bands for which the 3 songs rule is a shame… Flaming Lips is one of them. Their show is just incredible! They are totally crazy and they know how to show it.

The opening part was handled by Le Butcherettes who did not have as much of craziness on stage as Flaming lips, but their music was balancing that. It was a mix of a lot of things, you like it a lot or you hate it. They did a pretty good job warming up the stage.

I do not want to reveal too much about the Flaming Lips show, so I will just let you with my photos of the show:

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Lindsey Stirling @ Place Bell – 30/07/2018

You never heard of Lindsey Stirling ? Imagine a beautiful girl, playing some violin with dubstep in background while dancing and jumping.

This is a quick summary of what this amazing artist do on stage. I rarely seen someone move that much on stage while playing her instrument. The songs are melodic and make you want to move with her.

We had to stay at the sound console and only for three songs sadly, and my 70-200 does not let me a lot of options to have some creative shots, I missed the 100-400 that I rent for Heavy MTL and Osheaga. What I saw was great and the music really nice so I would recommend it to you. My only fear is that for one hour and a half of show, it may be a bit repetitive except if you are a big fan of her.

Enjoy the photos and give me your feedback!

Shoot For Thorium Magazine !
Review (in French): here.