Only one VOTW can rule them all. Read on to find out which video claimed the title of Video of the Week of the Year.
The PepTides present “Sooner Or Later,” an awesome, perfectly styled music video for their song of the Ottawa band’s Galapagos Vol. 1 album.
The spookiest weekend of the year is almost upon us! There’s so much to do this weekend, both Halloween-infused and otherwise. Don’t scare yourself too much with indecision!
Our pick for VOTW from the week of April 20, 2020, went on to win Video of the Year at the Capital Music Awards!
In a digital broadcast on May 7, Ottawa music industry leaders presented eight artists with Capital Music Awards.
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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.
Barb Popel: “This polished production, particularly because of the quality of its music, deserves an audience.”
Locally based musicians are eligible to submit original music for the City of Ottawa’s 3-1-1 phone lines.
In this final week of 2020 we’re thrilled to share Apt613’s #ottmusic selects in five “Best Of” playlists.
Interview: Ottawa Arts Council award recipient Rebecca Noelle trades the big stage for a bedroom studio
Rebecca Noelle recently got some major local recognition, winning the Ottawa Arts Council’s 2020 Peter Honeywell Mid-Career award.
Music from Ottawa; and happening in Ottawa. Updated weekly by apt613.ca music writers.
Some of us are over a month into this alternate normal of isolation, shaggy hair and bread making. As we settle into new routines, and are already dreaming of sunny patios and high fives there is no right or wrong way to be getting through this.