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Local makers of sounds transcend genres on So Sorry Records

How do we speak about musical style without hyphens, dashes and slashes? If too many words are needed to describe a style, would none be better? So Sorry Records encourages us to think about this and just listen. The artists of this Ottawa-centric label provide a space where words should only describe impressions, not categorize […]

Apt613 Live – April 16th

Tune in to Apartment613 Live every Wednesday at 9 p.m. on CHUO 89.1 FM. If you miss it, you can catch this week’s show using the handy Soundcloud widget below. And remember to subscribe to the podcast version of the show on iTunes Hey friends! This week was my first show as an Apt613 Live radio producer. I had a lot […]

Video of the Week: Show Me Your Fears by Pony Girl

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9n9TztjwgVY[/youtube] Next month, Ottawa’s Pony Girl will be releasing Show Me Your Fears, an album that, if the video above is any indication, promises to be a harmonious and intricate offering of art-rock music. The video is a take-away show of the title track from the upcoming album, and it highlights the band’s talent for […]

Apartment613 Live for July 18, 2013

Listen here or on iTunes. Catch Apartment613 Live every Thursday at 5pm on CHUO 89.1 FM. This week, Karen kicked things off with a chat with Greggory Clark of the Ottawa Fringe Festival. Greggory recapped this year’s Fringe Fest, which he says was a huge success. He also gave us a sneak peak at what next […]

The Fringe Festival adds even more value with a free concert series

Last week, details emerged for this year’s Fringe Festival, and what a festival it promises to be. This year, Ottawa’s biggest theatre festival will get even bigger, sporting 54 productions over its ten day run. Beginning on June 20th, fringe-goers will be treated to some of the most eclectic theatre out there, and for only ten bucks […]

Blogging the Bluesfest: Joseph Pollock

Song: “Dwellers” by Joseph Pollock, from his “Migrate” EP. Joseph Pollock isn’t a person. The pseudonym began as a place for band leader Isaac Vallentin to pour his creativity. Now an eight-piece, the band played Bluesfest’s Barney Danson stage last Sunday. Like a regular Dylan, Vallentin assembled a band of cronies to play his music […]