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Exclusive Premiere: Stream Paragon Cause’s New Single “Play Me”

By: Staff – Ottawa-based electro-rock duo Paragon Cause are back with their new single “Play Me”, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. It is rare that a song comes tumbling out of the hearts and minds of its creators nearly complete. For Paragon Cause, “Play Me” was a case where inspiration instantly met craft, and the … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Stream Townes’ New Single “Overnight Train”

By: Staff – Emerging Ottawa-based singer-songwriter Townes is back with his new single “Overnight Train”, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. The single is Townes’ third new song of 2020, comes on the heels of several live shows including a Northeastern United States tour in fall 2019 and opening slots for Zola Jesus, Holy Fuck, and … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Stream Ceesar’s Debut EP “Hustle & Passion”

By: Staff – Ottawa-based R&B pop artist Ceesar, is set to release his debut EP Hustle & Passion on August 14th, but you can stream early exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. Produced by Lynx and Ceesar himself, Hustle & Passion embodies Ceesar’s unique approach to music with a low-key fusion of R&B, pop, and hip hop as … Continue reading

Hedley singer Jacob Hoggard accused of rape

By: Curtis Sindrey – In a new interview with CBC, an Ottawa woman has accused Hedley lead singer Jacob Hoggard of rape. The unnamed 24-year-old woman attended Algonquin College when she first connected with Hoggard in Nov. 2016. She served as a volunteer at the WE Day Concert in Ottawa, where Hedley were scheduled to perform. They … Continue reading

Ottawa Bluesfest Announces 2018 Lineup

By: Staff – Ottawa Bluesfest will once again return to Lebreton Flats Park this summer with a lineup that will include Foo Fighters, Shawn Mendes, Dave Matthews Band, Bryan Adams, Beck, Rae Sremmurd, Rise Against, and Brett Eldredge. Other notable artists include: Jethro Tull, Zeds Dead, Jessie Reyez, the War on Drugs, Courtney Barnett, Brockhampton, Chromeo, Colin James, St. Paul & the Broken Bones, Shaggy, … Continue reading

The Balconies Announce Farewell Shows

By: Staff – After ten years, alt-rockers, The Balconies, are saying farewell. Known for their mesmerizing stage presence, incredible musicianship, and powerhouse vocals from frontwoman, Jacquie Neville, the group has toured tirelessly for the better part of a decade, releasing three full-length albums along the way. Now, they’re taking a step back from “The Balconies” … Continue reading

Polaris Music Prize Announces 2017 Long List

By: Staff – The Polaris Music Prize unveiled the 40 albums on this year’s Long List earlier today at the National Arts Centre (NAC) in Ottawa. The 2017 Polaris Music Prize Long List: A Tribe Called Red – We Are The Halluci Nation Alaclair Ensemble – Les Frères Cueilleurs Anciients – Voice of the Void … Continue reading

Photos: 2017 Juno Fan Fare

Photos by: Brendan Albert – Hosted by ETalk reporter and Much host Liz Trinnear and MUCH and E! host Tyrone Edwards, JUNO Fan Fare 2017 took place at the Rideau Centre in Ottawa on April 1st, and featured appearances by Aaron Pritchett, Arkells, Chad Brownlee, Cold Creek County, Coleman Hell, Dallas Smith, Gord Bamford, Jess Moskaluke, … Continue reading

Photos + Recap: The 2017 JUNO Awards Honoured Canadian Music History, and its Future Stars in Ottawa

By: Staff – The 2017 JUNO Awards pulled out all the stops at the sold-out live broadcast celebrating Canada’s diverse musical talent. Live from the Canadian Tire Centre in the nation’s capital on April 2nd, the two-and-a-half hour broadcast opened with a greeting from this year’s recipient of the Allan Waters Humanitarian Award, Buffy Sainte-Marie. Ottawa’s own A Tribe … Continue reading

Photos: 2017 Juno Awards Red Carpet

Photos by: Brendan Albert – The 2017 JUNO Awards took place at the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa on April 2nd, and the stars were on full display with Shawn Mendes, 10-time JUNO Award winner Sarah McLachlan, EDM DJ/Producer Zedd, Chantal Kreviazuk, Feist, A Tribe Called Red, Arkells, Sam Roberts, The Dirty Nil, and more walking the red carpet.

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