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

 
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A Montreal/Ottawa mp3 blog, focusing on great music. No crap.

 


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Facebook is celebrating the first year of games on Messenger by introducing new titles and a few new features, starting with the ability to livestream them to friends. If you want to show your friends list how good you are with Everwing -- or how muc...

Attended a nice Saturday afternoon show at the Record Centre with Area Resident. Finally, a show that is in Ottawa, since the last two shows were at the Blacksheep Inn. This one is for those that can’t make it. Area Resident is promoting their...

It’s already December and there was a show I was so excited to go to! Debaser presented a great show at General Assembly with Petra Glynt and Muzzy Legault. It was also an art opening for Petra Glynt’s artworks presented by PDA Projects.

Thursday night show at Mercury Lounge with Harea Band. The show was also a book drive for the Ottawa Public Library, where you can get in free to the show by donating your books to them. Which is why it was called “Get Lit Vol. 2”. Fun, f...

It was the second last night of Barenaked Ladies‘ Fake Nudes Tour. Concert take place at National Arts Centre’s Southam Hall. Ron Sexsmith started off the show. It was just him solo and his guitar performing tracks from his current album...

St. Albans wasn’t destroyed but it was definitely one of the loudest show in 2017. Yamantaka // Sonic Titan and Duchess Says were in Ottawa on November 25, 2017. This was the last night of the tour for both acts together. The one show I didn...

It has been almost six years since I last saw Land of Talk perform live in Ottawa. It was definitely worth it and the wait was long overdue. Opening up the show was Toronto’s Casper Skulls. Think of it as their LP release for Mercy Works which...