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The initial filming of “Feel at Home” took place at the start of March 2020 during Asuquomo’s artist residency at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, however was cut short due to the first COVID-19 lockdown.
It’s raining and grey outside, and the forecast says winter (or at least early spring) is about to make a comeback. Never fear: Suburban Ottawa 3-piece dad sports is here to put a little more spring in your step. Their new video for peppy track “Many Faces” just dropped and it’s a great reflection of their sound.
Do you miss walking through small art galleries to check out the latest exhibitions, but don’t feel comfortable venturing into one right now? Thankfully, Studio Sixty Six understands, and has created a walk-through virtual tour of their latest exhibition Liquid Pixel, featuring new work by Alex Sutcliffe and Brendan A. de Montigny.
Jesse Harding, a Canadian musician known for melancholic yet beautiful sound, performs “Everywhere” cover at Black Squirrel Books in Ottawa.
Moonfruits perform new single “Wednesday” at The Shenkman Arts Centre as part of #EncoreOttawa.
“The song and video aim to express the idea that through music, one can embrace multiple layers of identity, freedom, culture, and diversity,” says Tumelo Ponalo, aka MELO-T.
In the first instalment of a new series from 613TV, titled Deep Dive, we take you behind the scenes of making Akeem Oh’s Winter Crush video.
OrKidstra is a social development program with a passionate belief in the transformative power of music. The program offers kids from under-served areas of Ottawa the opportunity to learn life skills such as teamwork, commitment, and responsibility through singing and playing music together.
The classical guitar trio’s weekly uploads are original arrangements of music from classic video games.
“Ambient Architect” draws its inspiration from a Paul Klee painting at the National Gallery of Canada.
Shot at Bellwethers Vintage on Florence Street in Centretown, the fun new clip for Ottawa singer-songwriter Marie-Clo’s single “At Ease” takes us back to the swinging ’60s. Four fabulous, well-dressed women (including the singer herself) enjoy a day out shopping and dance around the store. It’s a great showcase for the cool, retro, laid-back vibe of the song.
Plasticine, the squishy plastic modelling clay every toddler knows and loves, can be employed to make art that looks similar to an oil painting done with a palette knife.
Shot at recognizable locations in the NCR like Chelsea Pub and La Cigale, “Winter Crush” is an adorable music video to a new tune by the Ottawa-based indie songwriter Akeem Oh.
The new music video is directed and edited by Mike Dubue.