[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NE7kWVyknAw[/youtube] The indie rocking Hollerado released yesterday what may be their oddest video yet. And for the band that once filmed themselves racing ostriches, that may be quite an accomplishment. As I look through Hollerado’s extensive library of music videos, it immediately becomes clear that this is a band that values the visual medium. Each of […]
[youtube width=”600″ height=”400″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Whv1tLqKZig[/youtube] After a 25-minute drive and a bumpy school bus ride to Clarke Fields Park in Barrhaven, my friends and I made it to Oktoberfest Ottawa this weekend. Running September 27th to 29th, the festival’s headline was “Food, fun, froth, frauleins und fantastich musik”. We were not disappointed. The fields were filled with heated tents, small […]
It’s ‘A Very 613 Christmas’ on this week’s episode of Apt613. Sit back, relax, and listen to some holiday music by artists from or based in the Ottawa area.
After a week of crazy weather (snow in May?!), we’re in need of some sunshine. Keep your fingers crossed and enjoy all that Ottawa has to offer this weekend!
Hollerado play an all ages hometown show at the Bronson Centre Theatre (211 Bronson Ave) this Friday, May 12.
Hollerado played to an enthusiastic crowd at the Bronson Centre May 12 with PS I Love You and Everett Bird.
New Swears, Dilly Dally, Hollerado and Tokyo Police Club lit up Hopped & Confused Festival, despite the concert venue losing electricity for about an hour during their sets.
Apt613 has a unique take on the “best” albums of 2017. We’ve looked to the charts published by CHUO 89.1FM to see which records made the most highest weekly appearances.
What better way to celebrate the holidays than with Apt613’s Christmas playlist, featuring songs recorded by artists from or based right here in Ottawa.
Broken Social Scene, Sam Roberts Band, Wintersleep headline the 2018 Dragon Boat Festival concert lineup
The Dragon Boat Festival concert series is taking place at Mooney’s Bay Park from June 21–24, 2018. Admission is free.