"Indie" Blogs & Blog Posts

PhotogMusicPhotogMusic

This is a blog where I take photos of the shows that happened in Ottawa. T...

 
AWmusicAWmusic

An mp3 blog from Toronto. Various styles of music, mainly indie but general...

 
Cocoa Chu ChuCocoa Chu Chu

My blog blog is a journal of my creations, inspirations, some things I love...

 
Bynar's Indie DiscoBynar's Indie Disco

A music blog featuring local and international artists along with the weekl...

 


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There was no way I didn’t want to miss out this show on November 16th at Black Squirrel Books which was presented by Debaser and First Crush Promotion. Performing that night was Chandra, New Chance and Klapshmock! Starting off the show was Otta...

It is that time of year! 2018 is coming to an end. With so many lists going around and forgetting who to put down. I know it is very early but I want to get this done with. Starting off with #11 to #20 of Ottawa release which includes EPs too. 11. Et...

There are plenty of weather apps to choose from on the App Store, but the newly released Weather Up app is doing something different. Instead of just offering the daily weather, it will now offer Event Forecasts — meaning forecasts that sync wi...

Have a listen to the November 12, 2018 edition of No Filter on CHUO 89.1 FM. HOUR ONE: HOUR TWO: Playlist: Graham Van Pelt – Time Travel The Zolas and Yukon Blonde – Handle with Care Hubert Lenoir – Wild and Free The Seasons –...

Totally forgot to post these photos from the October 13, 2018 show at House of Targ. But it is good timing since Montreal’s Priors will drop their second album New Pleasure out on November 16, 2018. Made it for parts of Empty Nester‘s set...

First of a two sold out show at the National Arts Centre – Babs Asper Theatre with Bahamas and Tim Baker. Starting off the show was the former frontman of Hey Rosetta! Tim Baker. It was a wonderful intimate solo show. Playing music from his upc...

Monday nights can be a tough sell for bands to play in Ottawa. But I wanted to see two acts that are on Polyvinyl Records. It was The Dodos and Palehound. Starting off the set was Boston’s Palehound. I was hoping for something loud but it was m...