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  • 2019
  • February 11, 2019

Dear Rouge, Bedouin Soundclash bring the heat at Ice Dragon Boat Festival

When you spend the day racing dragon boats up and down the Rideau Canal all weekend, it helps to know

  • 2018
  • November 26, 2018

Gallery: Single Mothers & Mushy Gushy at TARG

Last week, noisy London punk rockers Single Mothers returned to the captial. They’re continuing to ride the wave of their

  • 2018
  • October 15, 2018

An intimate night with John K. Samson in Ottawa

John K. Samson—known best as the lead-singer and guitarist of The Weakerthans, and also considered by many as an unofficial

  • 2018
  • September 27, 2018

APÄRÄ, Zymotic, Tightlip, Omerta, Death Exclamations, and The Nailbiters @ The Legion

Ev has synesthesia, and they incorporate their sensory experiences into music reviews. Synesthesia is a condition in which the brain

  • 2018
  • September 14, 2018

Weekend Music Picks: Sept 14-16

All Weekend Friday, September 14 Rebelle w/ James Blonde + Phantom Atlantic Wordburglar in Ottawa w Timbuktu, Jesse D &

  • 2018
  • September 13, 2018

Julie Doiron & The Wooden Stars take the stage once again

I called Julie Tuesday evening around 7:00 PM, Ottawa time. She had just gotten home from a busy day and

  • 2018
  • September 11, 2018

Gallery: Sam Roberts Band, Birds of Bellwoods, The Riot Police

Last week, the Sam Roberts Band returned to the capital and played a big set at an outdoor stage on

  • 2018
  • August 23, 2018

Ornaments, Saint Clare and Lost Acres rocked House of Targ

The House of Targ stage was rocked by three great local bands last week. Headlining the night was Ornaments, an

  • 2018
  • July 13, 2018

Black Pistol Fire & Thunderpussy at Algonquin Commons Theatre

What’s the best way to cure the Monday blues… well a rock show of course. Black Pistol Fire and Thunderpussy

  • 2017
  • November 20, 2017

Scattered Clouds, Boyhood & Timber Timbre at the Bronson Centre

On Thursday night, crowds escaped the damp, rainy Ottawa streets and piled into a dimly lit Bronson Centre to witness