Concert Review: Born of Osiris At The Brass Monkey, Ottawa

*** CONCERT REVIEW *** A taste of the Illinois metal scene at the Brass Monkey in Ottawa Tuesday night. We have this review and photos from Lucy Sky: Making their way across Southern Ontario on the North American leg of their tour in support of The Simulation, Born of Osiris stopped off in Ottawa at … Continue reading Concert Review: Born of Osiris At The Brass Monkey, Ottawa

Andrew Neufeld of Sights & Sounds, talks No Virtue, touring with Comeback Kid while making the record, being arrested while touring, and more

Musicians are no strangers to juggling multiple projects at once and Andrew Neufeld got a big taste of what that’s like while he was recording No Virtue with his ‘boys club’, Sights & Sounds. No Virtue was self-released last month, the first full-length album that the band has worked on in over half a decade. … Continue reading Andrew Neufeld of Sights & Sounds, talks No Virtue, touring with Comeback Kid while making the record, being arrested while touring, and more

The Lazys, Inire & Taming Sari @ The Brass Monkey

THE LAZYS CANADIAN HALF MAST BLUES TOUR A lot of Ottawans were heartbroken when The Bear left the airwaves, but what they didn’t know was that it was going to make way for a brand new ‘real rock’ radio station – Rebel 101.7. The independent station has taken over the airwaves in the nation’s capital … Continue reading The Lazys, Inire & Taming Sari @ The Brass Monkey

Hopped & Confused 2019

Ottawa’s festival season has been growing rapidly over the last decade and Mill Street’s Hopped & Confused festival is just one example of how with this growth, the city and festival organizers have not lost sight of keeping Ottawa’s festival standards top-notch. DINE ALONE RECORDS & MILL STREET BREWERY Dine Alone Records, in partnership with Mill Street Brewery really … Continue reading Hopped & Confused 2019

Bluesfest 2019 – Closing Weekend

Alexisonfire The last days of a festival always leave the attendees with a bittersweet feeling, especially when the lineup is jam-packed with an eclectic mix of acts throughout its 14-day run. The final weekend of RBC Bluesfest 2019 was truly varied, genre-wise. There was everything from old-time blues, to new age pop-funk, both classic and … Continue reading Bluesfest 2019 – Closing Weekend