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Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Osheaga 2018 in photos

When in Montreal, you are never short of things to see, do, eat, or drink. That said, the weekend of August 3th–5th has something unique, namely the three-day music and visual arts festival, Osheaga. It’s appeal has grown, given the magnitude of the festival and the number of local and international artists it hosts. One of its many attributes is that the […]

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John Jacob Magistery

John Jacob Magistery perform Harmoney at Cafe Dekcuf

John Jacob Magistery first came to our attention in 2016 when they impressed us during a late-night set at The Rainbow. Their engaging lyrics and bursts of spontaneous energy on stage made them an obvious recommendation as a band to catch later that year at CityFolk Festival. The Montreal natives recently completed an EP, Harmoney, prompting a return visit to […]

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Dina’s Picks for Favourite Pics of 2016

Dina’s Picks for Favourite Pics of 2016

Though 2016 does not mark my initial year of taking photos at concerts, this year has afforded me a few photographic firsts. I was lucky enough to be able to work from a photo pit of an arena, take more intimate yet still candid photos of artists during interviews, and photograph a pair of venerated international music festivals as approved […]

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Vance Joy

CityFolk 2016 in Photos

CityFolk, the 4 day music festival held in Ottawa, Ontario, was held Sep 15-18th. This marked the second year for the event since re-branding itself and moving to Lansdowne Park. The festival made solid use of three stages: The City Stage on the Great Lawn, the Ravenlaw stage inside the Horticulture Building and the BMO stage inside the Aberdeen Pavillion. A difficulty evident last […]

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CityFolk 2016 Preview

CityFolk 2016 Preview

The cooler evening breezes and earlier setting sun mark the arrival of CityFolk. Though previously housed at other venues, it returns to Ottawa’s Landsdowne Park for its sophomore year. The festival’s main City Stage is on the great lawn; however, there are two other side stages that offer a more intimate and indoor experience. These include both the Ravenlaw stage, […]

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Weekend Showcase 2.08

Weekend Showcase 2.08

This week was another great one for new music. From the albums to the singles to the shows we attended, it was a memorable seven days, and the Weekend Showcase 2.08 playlist is a reflection of the week that was. Specifically, you’ll find 57 singles from artists who were originally from or currently based in 12 countries, including Australia, Austria, […]

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John Jacob Magistery brings their Busy Dying tour to Ottawa (photo essay)

John Jacob Magistery brings their Busy Dying tour to Ottawa (photo essay)

About a week ago I had a conversation with a friend which went somewhat like this: Friend: have you seen John Jacob Magistery? Montreal band. Me: no, that I haven’t. Why? Friend: Saw them a few days ago at The Sheep. They were pretty frickin (yes, I said frickin) amazing. At the time I was unfamiliar to their music, never mind seeing them […]

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Gig Pick: Gold & Marrow @ Black Sheep, Fri Jan 16

Gig Pick: Gold & Marrow @ Black Sheep, Fri Jan 16

The Black Sheep Inn hosts: Gold & Marrow with John Jacob Magistery from Montreal on Friday, January 16. Show starts at 8:30pm, admission is $10. RSVP to the Facebook Event Gold & Marrow “…an Ottawa-based indie pop band that revels in the darkness and light that are integral to the human experience.” – Where.ca John Jacob Magistery  

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