Interviews

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Andrew Waines sticks to the grind as pandemic presses on

Despite COVID-19’s hurtful impact on the music industry, one Ottawa-based musician has dedicated himself to his career. Andrew Waines, a

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The Vinyl Frontier: Vertigo Records Relocates

The tone arm releases, the stylus touches the spinning record, and a sound so raw and authentic teleports the listener

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The Finely Tuned Elephant in the room: How three friends formed a jazz trio

For Ottawa jazz trio Finely Tuned Elephant, the year 2020 had been booked with shows after the release of their

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Not a moshpit in sight: Pandemic takes the wheel at RBC Bluesfest drive-in concerts

Going from loud cheers and a roaring mosh pit to experiencing 2020’s RBC Bluesfest a little differently, musicians were met

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Nambi gets back to her roots

By Eric Scharf & Matías Muñoz Photo source: Ottawa’s Own The current music climate is not exactly peachy right now.

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Asuquomo brings new rhythm with DIOBU

Nigerian-Canadian artist Asuquomo dropped a fresh new four-song EP, DIOBU, in June, just in time for the summer heat. Since

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Stoby’s Video Series Shines a Light on other Local Bands

Ottawa band Stoby has been making sweet little videos as tributes to other local bands they love and want you

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Interview with Paragon Cause and Sune Rose Wagner

Ottawa indie-electronica duo, Paragon Cause, dropped their second album What We Started last week. The band worked once again with

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Radiance: Warehouse Dance Party takes over BTP

Ottawa’s dance scene is about to get a major injection of adrenaline tonight. A few of the capital’s biggest electronic

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Rapid Fire with Berlin’s Laura Carbone

We caught up last minute with Berlin, Germany’s Laura Carbone before her show at Black Squirrel Books & Espresso tonight.