CRABE sera en concert le 15 mai 2019 au Minotaure.
Travis Facette: “It’s a phenomenal, hilarious show… that you shouldn’t be scared of it.”
FET.NAT is performing at Le Petit Chicago at 9pm on Saturday March 2, 2019.
This featured column presents a slideshow of Ming’s favourite shots from the many events around town he’s recently attended. These images were taken at Le Temporaire last Saturday: Image 1: 3/4 of Ottawa’s own post-punk band Bonnie Doon kicked things off. Image 2: Montreal’s CRABE added more noise to the evening. Images 3-10: Fet. Nat. […]
It’s been almost two years since we’ve heard new recordings from Fet.Nat, a band that has cut itself a niche in Gatineau’s music scene with its raw, experimental, jammy sound. Poule Mange Poule, the band’s last album, was characterized by a mix of rock drums, echo-pedaled guitar, brass, and strange, off-kilter sounds. It showed the […]
Ce vendredi 11 mars, le projet de musique Last Ex viendra hanter le studio DAÏMON du côté de Hull. Les instigateurs, Olivier Fairfield et Simon Trottier – aussi membres de Timber Timbre – seront en mode quatuor. Le spectacle sera exceptionnellement interprété par les quatre membres de la formation Timber Timbre. Une soirée qui s’annonce […]
Those that live on the Gatineau side of the river and like to dance party probably already know about Mehdi Cayenne Club. There’s a party groove to their sound but there’s also sentiment in their prose. This is how they describe themselves, in French, on their site: Punky Funk POW-WOW. Pour rêver, danser et réfléchir. MCC, c’est […]
Song: “Plymouth” written and performed by FET.NAT Fet. Nat. is something of an oddity. Actually, it may be enough to just leave the description at that. Their music is jammy, experimental, and loud. Their lyrics are French, though the band doesn’t necessarily sound like a French band. It’s very original, very odd, yet somehow quite […]
E-Tron Records is not a record label. At least, not a traditional record label. Their focus is not money. They don’t find and fund fledgling bands, or turn small sparks into huge stars overnight. They aren’t equipped with a talent-scouting A&R department. They’re just two guys, Phillipe Charbonneau and Olivier Fairfield, who love music. “In […]