Tag: Kalle Mattson

Dina’s Picks for Favourite Photos of 2017

Dina’s Picks for Favourite Photos of 2017

This year was a whirlwind of festivals and club shows, both close to home and in cities afar. I was fortunate enough to be able to photograph the final live show at an Ottawa institution, take candid photos of an incredibly personable band during an interview, and had the privilege to return for a second year to photograph a pair […]

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Half Moon Run

Ottawa Dragon Boat Festival 2017 (photo essay)

The city of Ottawa recently hosted the annual and highly-anticipated Tim Horton’s Dragon Boat Festival. Twenty-three years since the festival’s inception, it has developed international acclaim, drawing 150 teams from across North America. Besides the competition on the water, it raises funds for the betterment of the Ottawa community via supporting charitable organizations in the area. To complement the event, […]

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Meg Remy

JUNO Concert Series: The MEGAPHONO Edition (photo essay)

The Ottawa based music festival and conference Megaphono 2017 recently played host to music industry professionals from North America and abroad. Held February 1st to 3rd at a diverse selection of venues in the area, festival attendees were treated to a talented selection of artists from Ottawa-Gatineau and Eastern Ontario. On the closing night, The Juno Awards & the Ottawa 2017 Juno […]

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Weekend Showcase – June 19th Edition

Weekend Showcase – June 19th Edition

Time to get the weekend started. Here’s the weekly feature – The Weekend Showcase. This one is 20 songs, mostly from Australia, North America, and the UK. If this is your first visit, some simple hints for you. If you like the artist / band, click on their name to be taken to their Facebook page or website. If you […]

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Kalle Mattson – “A Long Time Ago”

Kalle Mattson – “A Long Time Ago”

  Originally from Sault Ste. Marie and now based in Ottawa, singer-songwriter Kalle Mattson has established a reputation as one of Canada’s rising young stars. With his poignant songwriting and fine guitar skills, his indie-folk and folk-rock approach are reminiscent of another, underrated musician – Zachary Cale. Coming off a stellar 2014 that saw Kalle Mattson nominated for the Polaris […]

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In Revue: RBC Ottawa Bluesfest 2014

In Revue: RBC Ottawa Bluesfest 2014

It’s been three days since the RBC Ottawa Bluesfest ended, and like many festival goers withdrawal is in full force. There’s a part of me that wishes the festival would be re-starting tonight, which is quite the opposite of what I was feeling on Sunday night when exhaustion had overcome me. This was my 11th Bluesfest, and every year I […]

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RBC Bluesfest Revue, July 5 – Old Stereo, Kalle Mattson, BlakDenim, Silver Creek, The Split, & Mackenzie Rhythm Section

RBC Bluesfest Revue, July 5 – Old Stereo, Kalle Mattson, BlakDenim, Silver Creek, The Split, & Mackenzie Rhythm Section

Plenty of Ottawa-area performers playing Bluesfest today.   Click on the performers’ name to get a fuller description. You can also check out the full list here. The list below is, as always, in chronological order. 1:30 Old Stereo kick off the Saturday edition of Bluesfest with their spirited funk-soul. See them on the River Stage. 2:00 The alt-country and folk tunes of Kalle Mattson will […]

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RBC Bluesfest Revue: Kalle Mattson

RBC Bluesfest Revue: Kalle Mattson

Born in Sault Ste. Marie, but now an Ottawa resident, the young Kalle Mattson has become a critical darling over the last few years. A grad of Classical Music (guitar) from the University of Ottawa, Kalle’s pop sensibilities are seemingly innate. When he was 17, in high school, he wrote his first 10 songs as a project to test out […]

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Gig Pick: Kalle Mattson with The Strain and The Wind and The Wild – Tonight at The Blacksheep Inn

Gig Pick: Kalle Mattson with The Strain and The Wind and The Wild – Tonight at The Blacksheep Inn

There is a lot of great music happening in the city and surrounds tonight. One such gig is Ottawa resident Kalle Mattson, who will play at The Blacksheep Inn tonight. Mattson was one of our first Revue sessions, joining us prior to the release of his critically acclaimed debut LP, Someday, the Moon Will Be Gold – an album dedicated […]

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The Revue with Kalle Mattson

The Revue with Kalle Mattson

Where do you begin with Kalle Mattson? Regarded as the “next big thing” in many critical circles, Kalle is a very easy-going guy who grew up in Sault Ste. Marie, and quite honestly has no trace of ego. A recent graduate from the University of Ottawa’s music program, Kalle is a classical guitarist working in a pop oeuvre. His first […]

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What is The Revue?

What is The Revue?

As we get closer and closer to launch, my friends and associates are repeatedly asking me “what is this site you keep talking about?” So, here it is. We’ll be formally launching our first video interviews soon. But here’s a few pictures and anecdotes so you know what we’re up to. Slo Tom Our first Revue recording session was with […]

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