The VOTW is “Chasing the Silence” by Violentene, a dreamy, synthpop-darkwave masterpiece for all you 80s fans.
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Partnering with Ottawa Riverkeeper, Mia Kelly has pledged to donate all proceeds from Bandcamp to fund initiatives to preserve Kitchissippi.
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.
This week we spoke with Afro House artist OK Naledi (Kimberly Naledi Sunstrum) about the new music video for her recently released single, YOU.
One of Ottawa’s biggest up-and-coming hip hop artists, TwoTiime, recently released an Official Music Video for his latest song, “Off Some.” You may already know TwoTiime from his popular releases “Hood Cry” and “Keep It Real,” which garnered international attention. There is no doubt that this newest track will follow suit. The “Off Some” official […]
If you love the outdoors, then perhaps you also have an interest in the unique and wonderful world of mushrooms! There’s a lot to discover here in Ontario, where over 5,000 different kinds of fungi grow in nature—but did you know that you can also easily grow your own mushrooms to cook with at home?
Somerset Street fixture Art House Cafe’s exciting new digital venue series, Art House TV, includes an intimate concert with Jasmine Trails.
Shepherds of Good Hope teamed up with nine talented Ottawa musicians to deliver an uplifting and gorgeous rendition of Ben E. King’s classic song “Stand By Me.”
Watch Amanda Rheaume and her band perform live in studio.
JFUN’s new track received a video treatment by Malek Eye, who conceptualized and edited this trippy video with moving mandalas, seemingly hallucinatory effects, live projection and choreography.
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.
This week’s Video of the Week sees a classic Christmas carol turned on its head in this bamboo flute and cello rendition.
The PepTides present “Sooner Or Later,” an awesome, perfectly styled music video for their song of the Ottawa band’s Galapagos Vol. 1 album.
Local band Violentene (made up of multi-instrumentalist Roland M. and vocalist MvriJo) just dropped a new video for their latest single “Delusions,” a self-described “intense, beat-driven” slice of ’80s-inflected synthpop that’s perfect for a nighttime drive, with dreamy yet urgent vocals floating over the thumping bass, layered synths, and zingy electric guitar. It’s a whole mood and I am into it.
“Hold My Breath” is a new single by local folk and roots singer songwriter Lynne Hanson. Check out the music video, which shows Lynne performing her song interspersed with archival family footage.