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Talking Albums: Keith Glass

Keith Glass was a founding member of Prairie Oyster, named “Country Group or Duo of the Year” six times by both the Canadian Country Music Association and the Juno Awards. How has Keith been spending his time during the pandemic? He joined us for this>.

Interview: Chelsey June and Jaaji of Twin Flames

Multi-award winning Twin Flames  is led by Jaaji, an Inuk Mohawk man from Nunavik, and Chelsey June, an Algonquin Cree Métis woman from Ottawa. Their newest single “Battlefields” speaks to ending the stigma associated with mental health. Jaaji and Chelsey June speak about life as touring musicians and arts educators adapting to COVID-19.

City at Night keeps Ottawa dancing with a different kind of trip… a different kind of rabbit hole—06.20.20

City at Night, one of the pillars of EDM in Ottawa and host of White Rabbit, the capital’s only after-hours dance event, has decided it’s time to welcome their loyal patrons back into the rabbit hole, even if it means doing it virtually. White Rabbit: Through the Looking Glass, their very first Zoom dance party, is taking place this Saturday, June 20

Talking Albums: Peter McNestry

Peter McNestry has taken musical collaboration to a different level. In addition to his solo music, he is involved with six other projects, worldwide. His main focus is the “psychedelic shoegaze” project The Pink Elephants, but there’s also Marble Apples, The Red Daggers, Blakkr Nio, Gravity’s Rainbow and Deep Lord. Here’s what he’s been listening to these days.