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Someone who has been to most—if not all—of these shows is Ottawa music photographer/maverick Ming Wu, whose blog photogmusic.com has published at least 150 concert reviews at Pressed alone.
Kathryn Patricia is a violist known for creating immersive soundscapes through the texture-building layers that her instrument and loop pedal produces.
Their new single heralds Lindenlea to Ledbury, a full-length record set for release on September 14, 2020.
Music from Ottawa; and happening in Ottawa. Updated weekly by apt613.ca music writers.
Whether you are settling back into routine, or fulfilling your resolution to have more fun this year, the city has a variety of cool things to get into this weekend.
See the shows Apt613 contributors look forward to most in Ottawa-Gatineau!
The 24-Hour Jazz Ramble starts at 10am on Friday, May 25 at The Record Centre.
Kamancello perform with special guest Heather Sita Black at Pressed (750 Gladstone Ave) on Thursday October 12 at 8pm.
On a sunny summer’s day last month, in a tiny cafe? in the Glebe, I met up with Jade Bergeron of Flying Hórses. When I sat down with Jade last year, she was just planning her trip to Iceland to record her part of the group’s debut album, To?lt. Now she and Raphael Weinroth-Browne are preparing […]
When Musk Ox released their latest album Woodfall last year, it quickly became the most popular Ottawa record on Bandcamp, as well as being the #3 Bandcamp album in Canada. Listening to the beautiful compositions of this chamber-folk trio, which combine classical guitar (Nathanaël Larochette), cello (Raphael Weinroth-Browne) and violin (Evan Runge), it’s easy to see why […]
The Bluesfest! It’s coming! Time to brace yourself for the annual immersion in great music, hot sun, cold beer and all around good times. Even if you’re heading out for the big name headliners be sure to catch some hometown bands too. The flats are set to be the most fertile ground for discovering the […]
If one were to try to classify the genre of music The Visit plays, they would have a difficult time. With a chamber element and hints of a classical crossover, The Visit just doesn’t fall into any of the boxes. Their music is better described in adjectives – archaic, yet futuristic, at the same time; […]