Amos the Transparent
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See Broken Social Scene, Wintersleep, Gianna Lauren, Hollerado, and many more perform free concerts at the Dragon Boat Festival this weekend, June 21–24.
Local band Amos the Transparent is celebrating a decade as a band by releasing a new album: Anniversaries. Ten years as a band is an impressive feat, one that deserves a befitting celebration – like getting their own beer. The band is teaming up with Big Rig Brewery to release Amos Anniversaries beer.
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.
Expect more artists to be announced between now and July.
The Musettes take the stage at St. Luke’s Church this Saturday for their album release party. The triad of smoking hot redheads is releasing their first EP Wanderlust, and the show promises to be a good one for Ottawa’s folk fans. The group is comprised of Meg LaGrandeur, Rachel Harrison and Lora Bidner, with occasional […]
Music by Amos the Transparent suspends you in time as you’re transported to a nostalgic moment in your life, thinking about the lover that got away or the regret of a path not taken. It is music that evokes the imperfection of the choices that we make and has you singing along with all your […]
This post comes to us from artist consultant Samantha Everts of YouRockRed. The snowy weather is upon us and artists all around this fair city use it to their advantage for beautiful visuals in their videos, even when they shoot outdoors in sub-zero temperatures dressed in beach wear only! Some artists altogether threaten to leave for […]
With their latest LP Goodnight My Dear…I’m Falling Apart, Amos the Transparent have sent a message that their music knows no bounds. Having received critical acclaim for their previous two albums, their most recent release is a testament to their ability to fuse diverse instrumentation and more experimental songwriting tactics with the honesty in lyrical […]