Directed by Asuquomo and Justjay, the dark, trippy, avant-garde visuals are shot in the frozen suburbs of Ottawa.
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With a daily performance every weekday at noon the NACO Lunch Break playlist is going to hit one hundred videos this week.
In this video, we get to follow on the tail of a virtual pilot who is flying around real-life Ottawa for a good 15 minutes.
Longtime Ottawa band Zoo Legacy is back!
Ottawa’s Cody Coyote dropped this hip hop music video shot in California.
Taking cues from the late 60s, early 70s singer-songwriter vibe of this song, the “fake flowers” music video was created with found footage from the same era.
“You Lied” is the lead single from an Ottawa band’s nu-disco record.
York Street Public School students were struggling with the news of racial violence coming out of the United States and here at home. The school partnered with MASC so that the students could explore the issues and their feelings through an artist-in-residence poetry program. The result is “Give Hope,” a collective poem.
Kathryn Patricia is a violist known for creating immersive soundscapes through the texture-building layers that her instrument and loop pedal produces.
Anyone can jump right into this 30-minute dance lesson “without stressing over fancy footwork.”
Listen to old-time folk tunes performed on a 150-year old banjo at the Bytown Museum.
Their new single heralds Lindenlea to Ledbury, a full-length record set for release on September 14, 2020.
Up to 15 dancers will perform in the live stream event put on by Compagnie ODD (Ottawa Dance Directive).
Gary Franks’ new clip is an exploration in video portraiture shot on Kodak Super-8 film and scored by Ottawa-based composer Adam Saikaley.
This video of the protest is completely unmediated and without commentary.