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Transformation, “Restoration,” & The Latest Evolution of The Acorn By Emily Jeffers

On Friday, August 13, 2010, as the sun went down, The Acorn took to the stage at the Ottawa Folk Festival. That liminal time between day and night seemed a fitting hour, considering The Acorn’s most recent release, No Ghost, and the nature of the band itself: filled with dichotomies, opposition, and transformation.

Centretown Cripplers – There’s Nothing Good About Where You Live (Review)

Just found out that Ottawa’s Centretown Crippler‘s new album “There’s Nothing Good About Where You Live” just released under my radar. Its eight tracks of interesting indie garage (in a faux British accent) punk rock tracks. This album picks up after Motor Points of the Face left off. Very high vibrant energy with their sound …