Blackbox Concert series had their third show on June 26, 2010. Headlining was The Wilderness Of Manitoba and opener was Dave Norris & Local Ivan. I was really excited to see The Wilderness of Manitoba. Last time I saw them was in September of 2009 at Raw Sugar Cafe. This time the band has finally …
On June 23, 2010, I headed out to Zaphod Beeblebrox to see three bands. They were: Dinosaur Bones The Darcys HotShot Casino It was nice show since I missed Dino Bones and The Darcys at NXNE last weekend. Here are the rest of the photos. [flickr-gallery mode=”photoset” photoset=”72157624348871266″]
On June 9th I went to two different shows. This one was at the Live Lounge. Playing there were: The Gallop Right by Midnight which I missed out due to being at the other show. Paramedics The Junction
Just happened to listen to BBC Radio 1‘s Huw Stephens. He was playing this band from Glasgow called “Mitchell Museum” I couldn’t help but be curious with the band’s song “Warning Bells”. It is such an infectious pop rock track. They might be compared to like MGMT, Vampire Weekend, Tokyo Police Club and somewhat of …
Album review of the Brooklyn band, The Drums.
I had a wonderful night at Raw Sugar Cafe on June 4, 2010. Playing were: Ferriswheel Lisa Bozikovic
Review of Expansion Forces from Ottawa’s Loon Choir.
Ravenswing DIY happened on May 30, 2010. It was a enjoyable summer day to listen to these bands and musician live outside a park in Ottawa. Here are the photos from the music part of the event. The bands that played were: The Mudplots The Uncles Winchester Warm Sarah Hallman Adam Saikaley New Teeth Here …
Despite it being a choatic May 29th, 2010 what with the Great Glebe Garage Sale and the Ottawa Marathon, Bands Undone braved the insanity and hosted two fine musicians at Canteen. Erin Lang and David Simard took a bit of extra time to do this great Bands Undone session. Erin Lang video David Simard video
Apparently the new Acorn’s album was released digitally on iTunes this week. “No Ghost” is the third full-length album by Ottawa’s The Acorn. Review of the album.