West island's Evermoor audio Gathered a group of Montreal finest talent that included Pat Dimeo, Brittany Kennel, Stefanie Parnell, David Hodges, Jess Abran, Martin Allain, Ogen, Drk Dod, Cesar Rezer, Brittany Kwasnik, Milan Boronell, Kat Garcia, Ben Cardilli, Tricia Fitz, Chris Lamarche, Jay Dore, Jordan Barillaro, Alex Francoeur, Shawn Rinkenbach & Hugo Parent-Pothier to get together in the spirit of the holidays to collaborate on Donny Hathaway's "THIS CHRISTMAS" in a west island music studio.
So how will this all affect us? Well it looks like winter is pretty much cancelled.
According to Environment Canada, Montreal's winters will be warmer, they will start later and finish earlier than normal.
It's a dream come true for many, but it's not all good news.
"White Christmases" will become a rare occurrence, the ski season will terrible, there may be more rain and freezing rain than normal. But worst of all, Montreal could be in for some more flooding like the ones we saw in the spring.
Last year there was barely a flake on the ground. Actually it was 11°C and raining. But this year, we're going to have classic snowy Christmas.
There's already a bunch of snow on the ground, and it isn't going to melt anytime soon. But starting Saturday morning, we will be seeing a few flakes throughout the day. The sun will be also making a few appearances, and Sunday will be sunny and mild.
So it's safe to say this will be the perfect holiday weekend.
A video game can inspire you just as much as any work of art. Visually rich, with a compelling plot, and fully interactive, a video game, at least a well-made one, can change the way you think and feel. If you don't think so, let Montreal artist Jess Abran show you how a video game can inspire you with her newest single 'FALLOUT.'
Both Abran's personal life experiences and her unadulterated adoration for the Fallout trilogy led to the creation of her latest song and music video. Her own struggle with coming to terms of with her sexuality and her pure passion for gaming were the creative forces driving this project, with the video filmed and produced entirely in Montreal.
Heartfelt, soulful, with just the right amount of noir-artistry, the music video is much more than you'd expect from a song meant to be an ode to a gaming series.
Checkout Jess Abran's FALLOUT music video below and see more of her work here.