Montreal's music scene is by far one of the best parts about this city. Even when it's freezing outside, we still know how to have a good time. And what better way to spend a chilly February night?\nClick here for the Montreal Must-See Shows In February 2014 >\nLanterns on the Lake\nDate: February 3rd\nPlace: Le Divan Orange\nGenre: Indie Rock\nWhy you're going to the show: Lanterns on a Lake have been known to cast a spell on their audiences as they play - they often feel transported to a different world. Their sound is earthy and hymn-like at times, folky and bluesy at others. They're experts at pulling the audience in which just means that their live show is bound to be an unforgettable experience.\nListen to "Until the Colours Run" by Lanterns on the Lake:\nhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkq-AttwThc\nTickets\nLearn More\nKodaline\nDate: February 9 / February 10\nPlace: Sala Rossa / Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre\nGenre: Indie/Alternative Rock\nWhy you're going to the show: In 2007, their debut single "Give Me A Minute" topped the singles chart in Ireland - for the first time ever, an independently released track achieved this recognition. If that's not reason enough, then here's another one: Kodaline's live performances are known to be chock-full of emotion. Raw, powerful and, almost painfully earnest, this band always leaves audience members yearning for more. They're playing two shows in Montreal - you really have no reason to not go see them.\nListen to "High Hopes" by Kodaline:\nhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PuX6YwZDUuk\nTickets: Sala Rossa / Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre\nLearn More\nThe Black Angels\nDate: February 12\nPlace: Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre\nGenre: Psychedelic/Garage Rock\nWhy you're going to the show: Hailing from Austin, Texas, this band's popularity just keeps growing, especially with the release of their newest album The Phosphene Dream. Their performances fall into the darker side of psychedelic - unsettling, hazy and one hell of a trip. Heavily influenced by Velvet Underground and the Doors, watching a Black Angels live show will have you convinced that the 60s never ended.\nListen to "Bad Vibrations" by The Black Angels:\nhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8GaE83Etz0\nTickets\nLearn More\nDown With Webster\nDate: February 14\nPlace: Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre\nGenre: Rap Rock\nWhy you're going to the show: Based out of Toronto, Down With Webster get a lot of love from their fellow Canadians. Their live performances are known to be extremely high energy and just an awesome party, overall. The most interesting aspect of their music is the way that they effortlessly bring together the dynamics of hip hop with the powerful, raw energy of rock - and then, they throw in some electro, just for fun. More people need to know about them so they can love them like we do - support our Canadian artists! Don't miss this show!\nListen to "Party For Your Life" by Down With Webster:\nhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFCkZH7hdwE\nTickets\nLearn More\nDADA Life\nDate: February 15\nPlace: New City Gas\nGenre: Electro House\nWhy you're going to the show: First of all, a Swedish electro house duo? We already know that this means they're awesome. DADA Life has accumulated a borderline cult-like following. Riots are not at all uncommon at their shows and their fans have gone as far as signing a real petition requesting that the fictional nation 'Dada Land' be recognized as a sovereign country. We've heard that bananas and champagne were big components of their last tour... I mean, who wouldn't want to party with them?\nListen to "Born To Rage" by DADA Life:\nhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2yyj7c_uGk\nTickets\nLearn More\nKanye West\nDate: February 17\nPlace: Bell Centre\nGenre: Hip Hop\nWhy you're going to the show: It's Yeezy and he wears bejeweled masks throughout the whole show - enough said. Oh, and Kendrick Lamar is accompanying him.\nListen to "Bound 2" by Kanye West:\nhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OrQpbRl5Ihs\nTickets\nLearn More\nGoo Goo Dolls\nDate: February 17\nPlace: Olympia\nGenre: Rock\nWhy you're going to the show: Remember "Iris", one of the best sing-along-at-the-top-of-your-lungs songs of the late 90s? Yep, that's the Goo Goo Dolls. These guys have been playing together since 1986 and can still rock so hard. Their newest album Magnetic is a little bit more experimental, but still stays pretty close to the roots that we all know and love. If you're looking for a mix of nostalgia (#90smusic) and something new, this show is the one for you.\nListen to "Come To Me" by Goo Goo Dolls:\nhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8VMYLniuDk\nTickets\nLearn More\nNick Waterhouse\nDate: February 23\nPlace: Club Soda\nGenre: R&B / Jazz\nWhy you're going to the show: Nick Waterhouse's soulful, crooning voice will leave you yearning for simpler times. His stage presence is quiet, but powerful - he creates a show around the music that he loves. Break out your dancing shoes for this one. Music's greatest sounds, from the last century, are all recognized and lauded in Waterhouse's performance. This is one show I will definitely not be missing!\nListen to "Don't You Forget It" by Nick Waterhouse:\nhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIrXeF-cQ4c\nTickets\nLearn More\nKings of Leon\nDate: February 24\nPlace: Bell Centre\nGenre: Alternative/Garage Rock\nWhy you're going to the show: It's Kings of Leon! "Use Somebody"? "Sex On Fire"? Do you need any more reason than that? Their newest album Mechanical Bull has a down to earth feel that's hard to resist - makes you feel as though you're hanging out in their garage, watching them jam. Known for making giant arena shows feel incredibly intimate, this is a band that is definitely worth the Bell Centre ticket prices.\nListen to "Super Soaker" by Kings of Leon:\nhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xb9lvUT55co\nTickets\nLearn More\nAmerican Authors\nDate: February 27\nPlace: Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre\nGenre: Indie Rock\nWhy you're going to the show: Their single "Best Day Of My Life" has been blowing up on Top 40 lists around North America. Although they haven't been around for very long, fans love their energetic and fun live shows. The band is always having a good time on stage, which means that the audience also gets to let loose and have fun. Definitely a must-see show! Catch them now before they really blow up and while they're still playing smaller venues.\nListen to "Best Day Of My Life" by American Authors:\nhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyd_qWt_jJU\nTickets\nLearn More\nWho are you dying to see this month?