In anticipation of Prozzäk’s new album and Forever 1999 Tour, we speak with James Bryan McCallum, the musician behind the character Milo, and we take you through time with some 90s favourites and new Prozzäk songs.
If there is one thing of which Jenn is certain, she loves playing her new music live. Jenn Grant performs at the National Arts Centre Theatre on Saturday March 25.
The indie rockers were ready to party, proclaiming “We don’t have a show tomorrow, so we can leave it all out on the field!” The crowd was just as prepared, singing and dancing all night long.
Sam Roberts once sang “there’s no road that ain’t a hard road to travel on.” That’s especially true for the life of a musician. That struggle to persevere in the industry has influenced much of country singer Lindi Ortega’s songwriting over her nearly 20 year career. But she now finds herself more at peace with […]
Ottawa was one of the last stops on their North American tour, and the sisters had some great stories to tell of their pilgrimage through Canada during the latest snowstorm.
This week on a special XL-sized podcast, we have not one, but two fantastic guests.
I See Stars brought enough energy to blow a fuse onstage at Zaphod’s.
Alex Binkley: “I’d never heard of pianist Jana Stuart… Now I would look forward to attending another performance by her.”
Against Me! perform at the Bronson Centre Theatre on March 24.
For more of what’s going on around town, take a look at our event calendar. Don’t forget to tag your photos from this weekend with our #apt613wknd hashtag for a chance to be featured on our Instagram feed!
Joel and Bill Plaskett perform at the National Arts Centre on March 18. Apt613 has a pair of tickets to give away.
It’s International Women’s Day and the hosts of Ladies First on CHUO 89.1 FM know you need a kickass playlist.
Ottawa Rock Camp for Girls is a grassroots organization focused on providing music-based programs for self-identified girls, ages 13–17.
Canadian Women’s Songbook: Women In The JUNOs was conceived and organized by Ottawa’s Muse Collective, a community group dedicated to creating safe(r) spaces for female musicians in Ottawa.
The 2017–18 National Arts Centre season is an exciting lineup of dance, theatre, and music, and will feature the NAC’s new performance spaces being unveiled this year.