In just over a week's time, Montréal, Québec will stage the 13th edition of the legendary M for Montréal music conference and festival. And for the first time in our decade-long existence, we'll be in attendance - which is exciting, but we're pretty sure you're here for our sweet musical recommendations, rather than the skinny on all our future travel plans. We get it.

But first, here's the current line-up:

Aaricia, Adelaida, Antoine Corriveau, ASMA, Bad Bones, Beach Body, Black LeGary, Blue Material, Blue Odeur, Bodywash, Boogát, Busy Nasa, CAPE TULA, Carnival Youth, Chandra, Choses Sauvages, Christian Sean, Cindy Doire, Corridor, Dave Chose, daysormay, DeusGod, DJ NAV, Dj Yaya, Elliot Maginot, FET.NAT, Florda, Foreign Diplomats, FouKi, Fountain, Game Genie Sokolov, Gypsy Kumbia Orchestra, Hein Cooper, Hey Major, Helena Deland, Holy Two, How to Dress Well, I M U R, Imposs, Jacobus + DJ UNPIER, Jenni & the Hummingbird, Joe Rocca, John Jacob Magistery, JT Soul, Julian Thomas, Karma, Kero Kero Bonito, Kevin Na$h, krief, Kris the $pirit, LaF, Le Galaxie, LEMONGRAB, Les Louanges, Loïc April, Lonely Parade, Lost Cousins, Loud, Maia, Maky Lavender, Material Girls, Milk & Bone, Núria Graham, Ogee Rodman, Osti, One, Ouri (DJ set), Pottery, PRO-V, Rachel Beck, Radiant Baby, Reuben in the Dark, ROE, Rowjay, Russell Louder, SHELMI, Socalled, Sonido Pesao, Sorrey, Tanukichan, Teenanger, TEKE TEKE, Tess Roby, the Almighty Rhombus, the Garrys, the Zolas, Theodore, VENUS, VICTIME, Winona Forever, Xarah Dion, yoo doo right, Yukon Blonde, Yung Heazy, Zach Zoya, Zen Bamboo and Zephyr Bones.

How do you possibly navigate such an exhaustive list of excellence? Well, that's where we come in. All this week we'll be running features with the artists we'll be looking to check out during our time in Montréal. From the delightful Bodywash, all the way through to Lemongrab, we're certain you'll find our recommendations to be nothing short of excellent.

We'll also be running a Guide to Montréal on Friday, which features contributions from a bunch of Montréal-based artists, so keep an eye out for that if you're in need of some cultural guidance.

So what do we need from you? Well, the first thing you need to do is bookmark our M for Montréal hub (head here to do so), as it'll house every single piece of festival content published this week, as well as our post-festival coverage. Then from there, we recommend setting yourself a reminder to click that link every day this week. That's it. By the time this week is over, you should have a pretty good idea of how to spend your time in Montréal.

See you there!