On this week’s show we interview Linda Polock and Irene van de Lagemaat from Centre 507. On Saturday, November 14, 2015, they host a benefit concert featuring Polaris nominated BADBADNOTGOOD. Read more about it here. Tune in to Apt613 Live! every Tuesday at 6pm on CHUO 89.1 FM.
Hey kids! If you’re reading this you obviously know Apartment613 is the place to find out about all things happening in Ottawa. But did you also know you can tune in and listen to us on the radio? Every Tuesday night at 6:00p.m. Apt613 Live! takes over the airwaves bringing you interviews with Ottawa culture makers and tunes from local bands releasing new albums or taking the stage at venues around town. It’s all made possible thanks to our radio station partners at CHUO 89.1FM. Until October 25th at midnight... | Continue reading article
This week on Apt613 Live, Michaella chats with some of the people involved with Makin’ It Grain, a pop-up diner event that’s part of Support Local Month. Tune into Apt613 Live on CHUO 89.1 FM every Tuesday at 6pm.
This week on Apt613 Live, we look at some of the many things happening this weekend, from Chinatown Remixed to CityFolk, plus the audio version of our contributor Terry Steeves’ interview with the MATT dorgan PROJECT.
We interview and play music by Allison Brown, folk/country singer who is cruising through Ottawa this weekend. She’ll be at Avant Garde bar on Thursday, August 20 and Pressed on the 21st. We also briefly talk about #ARB2015 and some of their featured events. And, we feature Tudor Robins in Back Cover Blur. Have a listen: Catch Apt613 Live every Tuesday at 6pm on CHUO 89.1 FM.
We chat with eCelery co-founder, Cyril Moukarzel and Chef Alana, who talk about this unique home delivery service. We play music from Dine Alone Records bands and more.
Ottawa is a city rich in cultural diversity. If you need proof, look no further than the end of your fork. You want Thai? We’ve got Thai. You want Greek? Done. German? Indian? Japanese? There’s no limit. There is however the tricky question of finding authentic cuisine. One of the best ways to introduce yourself to a new culture is through its food: and you’re not really achieving that with pepperoni pizza or chicken balls. The door swings both ways, too: restaurateurs wanting to introduce you to their unique cultural... | Continue reading article
Michaella chats with Matt from Union Duke as they passed through Wakefield late last month.
Union Duke’s album Cash and Carry is the perfect soundtrack for a summer road trip. Greeted by a banjo twang in the first track’s opening bars you can’t help but be overcome by that hopeful feeling you get turning the key in the ignition on a sunny summer’s day and pulling on to the road headed who-knows-where. Consisting mostly of high-energy bluegrass inspired tunes but balanced nicely with some more sombre, bittersweet songs like “Leaving My Girl”, the album is definitely best listened to while rolling down the highway. Probably... | Continue reading article
We talk with the multitalented Nicky Jean: a singer/songwriter, hip hop artist, and spoken word artist, from Montreal and living in Ottawa. You can find her on Soundcloud, Bandcamp, and Twitter. Apt613 Live is on CHUO 89.1 FM on Tuesdays at 6 pm. Tune in!