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This is my third year attending the Polaris Music Prize 2018 Gala. Congratulations to Jeremy Dutcher on winning this year’s prize for his album Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa. Here is what went down this year. Weaves was the first band to perform.

Cityfolk‘s Marvest are free shows that happen on the Friday night and Saturday part of the festival in the Glebe area. The focus of Marvest is to present Ottawa with a feast of locally produced music. I got to present the show at Purple Urchin...

Didn’t want to miss this show at St. Alban’s Church on September 14, 2018. Sadly I missed Gianna Lauren‘s set but I will give it an imaginary 8/10 from what my friends told me about her set. Made it on time for Julie Doiron & Th...

Here is the rundown from day 3 of CityFolk Festival 2018. Kicking off the City Stage at 6pm was 54-40. Their performance was an unplugged affair with arrangements from acoustic guitar, banjo, mandolin and others for a reimagining of the band’s...

No doubt Day 2 of CityFolk Festival 2018 was definitely my favorite for who was performing that night. Started off with tUne-YaRds at 6pm. While it was early there was no way I was missing out. Considering the last time she was in Ottawa was in 2009...

The last time I went and covered CityFolk Festival was in 2014 when the festival was at Hog’s Back . Why I kept missing CityFolk was because the festival happened at the same time as Pop Montreal (This year’s Pop is now at the end of Sept...

Eduardo Brechó from São Paulo, Brazil played a wonderful DJ set at Mercury Lounge on September 8, 2018. Mixing Afro-Brazilian Soul, Disco, Brazilian rare grooves, Yoruba & Candonblé tracks to get people dancing on the dancefloor. Trevor Walker...