Wow can’t believe this was five years ago to this day! Shot this show at Zaphod Beeblebrox and playing at the show were: The Balconies Sandman Viper Command The Belle Game Click here for the original review. Click on the bottom for the rest of the photos. [AFG_gallery id=’155′]
Finally the time has come to finished off this list! Here is the list on who to see on Saturday night during NXNE. I may or may not attend but it is a easy way to see who to see. * means MUST SEE If I forgotten any please make a comment.
Here is part two of four on who to see at Pop Montreal this year. I will be attending this year’s festival from September 19 – 22. I forgot to mention that my goal is try to see the acts that I know won’t be playing Ottawa. This is for September 20th and here are …
After attending the Live In Bellwoods sessions. I headed up to 292 College St for Audio Blood & Bonsound’s Rooftop Riot Party. It was kind of a brief visit but at least I got a free beer on hand but no Popsicle. When I got there, Sandman Viper Command was playing.
Here is part 2 of who to check out at this year’s NXNE Music Festival. This time it is for Thursday.
Toronto’s indie rockers Sandman Viper Command are touring with Chicago’s Archie Powell & The Exports for their US/Canada May tour. They will make a stop at Ottawa’s Cafe Dekcuf on May 16, 2012.
After Zeus‘ Sonic Boom CMW 2012 session, it was Sandman Viper Command‘s turn. They totally rocked the place with their indie alternative rock music.
Audio Blood Media definitely holds really great day parties. For CMW, they held their own party called “Thirtsy Thursday”. It wasn’t at the same place as they do at NXNE but it was just across from it. This one was alot of fun. Free beer from Beau’s Beer and of course nachos! People hanging outside …
Didn’t get to post these photos because I got too busy covering at Ottawa Fashion Week 2011 S/S Collection 2012. It was a Toronto/Burlington kind of show at Cafe Dekcuf on September 30, 2011.
Toronto’s Dinosaur Bones played to a packed show at Mavericks on October 7, 2011. They were the second opener for New York’s Ra Ra Riot.