Negotiations with Existence is a short film series written, photographed, and produced by Ontario artist Timothy Trieste. The presentations include lyrical music as well as short story narrations that examine the great questions about the nature of human life. His third and most recent episode came out on Jul. 12.
Video of the week
Shot behind closed doors at Club SAW, Asuquomo’s extraordinary set for Pique is now streaming on-demand.
Here Comes the Sun: Ottawa musicians record an uplifting cover of The Beatles’ classic in live sessions captured all around town
An all-Ottawa supergroup with JW-Jones, Kathleen Edwards, Jeff Asselin, Clayton Connell, Angélique Francis, Michael Hanna, Hardeep Buckshi and more great musicians take on The Beatles classic for a good cause.
Listen to the debut single from Nicole Arrage, an emerging artist from Gatineau with a musical theatre already under her belt and a knack for writing pop gems.
In our Video of the Week pick, watch Raphael Weinroth-Browne display the full potential of the cello in his live video for “From Above.”
In the short time since its release, “Gimme More Bass” has already clocked more than 50,000 views on YouTube.
Ottawa’s Kathleen Edwards returns to the NPR Tiny Desk concert series with a four-song set drawn from her newest record, Total Freedom.
Sabaya is a singer-songwriter working in the Ottawa region since 2006. Between writing and performing her songs, she works as a producer, sound engineer and music teacher.
Our pick for VOTW from the week of April 20, 2020, went on to win Video of the Year at the Capital Music Awards!
Get introduced to Ottawa pianist and powerhouse vocalist John Swayty.
During their time in lockdown(s), Monkey Rock Music created this physically distanced, amusingly updated-for-COVID version of the Bee Gees’ classic “Stayin’ Alive.” It’s basically a Dad joke in musical form, which I have to respect.
This week’s arrangement is a tune from the 1990’s cult-classic David Lynch series, Twin Peaks.
Watch a retro TV commercial promoting downtown Ottawa to American tourists.
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.