What role does narrative have in the way creative communities are shaped and remembered? How does music criticism influence localized scenes? Which voices are heard, and how does this impact the participants and observers in a cultural space? >> Ric Leichtung is head of events at AdHoc Presents. He likes cats. >> Julia E Dyck is an interdisciplinary artist, experimental musician, and co-host/co-producer of the XX Files radio show (CKUT 90.3FM, n10.as, and CAMP radio). >> Lizzy Goodman is a music and pop culture journalist, and the author of Meet Me in the Bathroom, an oral history of music in New York City from 2000 to 2011. She lives in Los Angeles with her Basset hounds, Joni Mitchell and Jerry Orbach. >> Louis Rastelli, founding director of local arts and music archive Arcmtl, started his writing career with local music reviews in the mid 1980s. His novel A Fine Ending (Insomniac Press, 2007) is a fictionalized narrative of the 1990s Montreal music scene. >> Nantali Indongo is the host of CBC Montreal's provincial arts and culture program, The Bridge, and an arts contributor for CBC Montreal. She's also member of the multilingual hip hop group Nomadic Massive.