The Ottawa Music Industry Coalition (OMIC) is proud to announce the selected showcasing artists who will be performing during OMIC’s takeover of Jet Black Weekend on Saturday, November 26.
School might be back in session, but it is definitely still summer out there! This weekend came faster than most after the Labour Day long weekend, so take this chance to extend your sunny weather enjoyment of the 613, friends.
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Everything is Angles (EIA) is a music project headed by long-time Ottawa-based producer Dean Watson. Queen of Sad is the second video single released by Everything Is Angles.
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With COVID-19 restrictions beginning to lift, Ottawa Jazz Festival has announced two series of in-person concerts spread over several venues. Read our list of in-person shows here.
Follow #CapitalMusicAwards for live updates.
Ottawa music acts in the running include Night Lovell, Tiagz, DRAE, Andrew Cassara, Céleste Lévis, Marie-Clo, Paragon Cause, Harea Band, Jessica Pearson & The East Wind, Jean Cloutier, The PepTides, Asuquomo, and Moonfruits.
After a very confusing week of both snowfall and cherry blossoms, we have found ourselves back here, friends: Staying at home and trying to fill the space! I won’t lie, the thought of more online events makes my eyes blur, but the longer we stay home, and stay safe, the more rewarding it will be […]
Voting is now open for three Capital Music Award categories to be decided by the public.
Locally based musicians are eligible to submit original music for the City of Ottawa’s 3-1-1 phone lines.
Moonfruits perform new single “Wednesday” at The Shenkman Arts Centre as part of #EncoreOttawa.
Tune into the live concert series premiere via YouTube.
Tune into the live series premiere via YouTube on Friday, February 26 at 8pm.
Things are starting to look up for us, Ottawa. Both the days and the Rideau Canal Skateway have gotten longer this week, and we may be on the precipice of a cautious reopening. (Maybe. Don’t quote me.) February is the shortest month of the year, so let’s get through it gracefully, with heart and some optimism for the approaching spring!