|The Brew Theme Song|
Maxim Banjoman Cossette - s/t
|Born in the Matrix|
Ben & Dan - s/t
Ben & Dan live in Vancouver and cook this stuff up out there...they have a youtube channel that's pretty funny
Lynne Hanson - s/t
Live performance of the song Higher Ground off the Lynne Hanson album "Just Words" to be released on February 7, 2020.
Lynne joins us by phone for a "Brew PJ Interview"
Lynne kicks off her campaign to raise the funds to record and produce her next Lynne Hanson album
"I want YOU to be part of the LAUNCH of my new album JUST WORDS
I'll be providing WEEKLY updates on progress throughout the length of the campaign,
which will run from SEPTEMBER 12 until the launch of the SECOND single on NOVEMBER 20th. "
|Just For Now|
Lynne Hanson - Uneven Ground
Sarah Osborne - s/t
|As the days get colder and the nights get long
and the coyotes howl their hungry songs,
I'll be thinkin' of the August sun...
Sarah Osborne, who is based in Vancouver, plays Girls to the Front at Irene's Pub, 8 pm, Monday, Sept. 16th, along with King Kimbit and host Julie Corrigan
Brandi Fournier - s/t
Playing this Friday!
B's Single Release Party
Fri, 20 September 2019 - 8:00 PM
The Lone Star Loft - 1211 Lemieux St
Begonia - Fear - Rex Baby Records
Released Friday, September 13, 2019
She wrote and co-produced the record with a familiar team: Matt Schellenberg and Matt Peters of Royal Canoe, along with Marcus Paquin, who has previously worked with The National, Arcade Fire and Local Natives.
Begonia, who is Alexa Dirks, is based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She had made a name for herself in local circles for her work in ensembles like the Juno-winning Chic Gamine. But in 2016, she stepped forward, redubbing herself ‘Begonia’ and signalling the blossom of a dynamic and intriguing artist: a glittery supernova who felt like music’s best-kept secret.
Fear is her debut album.
Mike Legere - Ourselves in Public
Mike Legere is a songwriter and audio engineer based out of Toronto, Ontario. He performs with bands Century Thief and Places Erupt.
Playing Friday at Pressed!
Outfielder, Mike Legere and Annie Martel at Pressed
Friday, September 20, 2019 at 8 PM
Pressed - 750 Gladstone Avenue
Lessons in Crime - The Answer Doesn't Exist
Lessons in Crime is band from Ottawa, Ontario comprised of two fellas named Liam Schwisberg and Paolo Pace. Some have called them "Alternative-Orchestral-Synth-Pop-Dark-Rock," and others have called them a couple of cool dudes. It was them. They called themselves that. But some have agreed. And they swore they would stop writing in the third person. But here they are.
playing their Album release show this SAturday!
Lessons in Crime Album Release Show w/ The Monotymes!
Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 7:30 PM
The Gladstone Theatre - 910 Gladstone Avenue
The Souljazz Orchestra - Chaos Theories
The Souljazz Orchestra return with a brand new studio album for our troubled times, ‘Chaos Theories’, released on Strut on 13 th September. Always known for their uncompromising social and political messages, the Canadian collective hit harder than ever on 9 new tracks, outing the hypocrisy of modern day politics, police brutality and the everyday struggle of the working man. Led by chief songwriter and arranger Pierre Chrètien, the band continue to evolve their sound, drawing on a broad palette from their trademark Latin, Afro and Caribbean styles to some of the UK’s political sounds of the early ‘80s, the era of The Clash, The Police, 2-Tone and frontline reggae. "We were basically messing around with the idea of creating our own brand of 'Afro-punk'”, remembers Chrétien, “something with the aggressive, in-your-face energy of punk rock or free jazz, but still backed by the hypnotic, pulsating grooves of tropical music." The album takes the listener from carefully targeted sonic missiles to more reflective thought-provoking moments. ‘Police The Police’ starts the offensive: “I wrote this after my neighbour was beaten to death by Ottawa police during an arrest,” explains Chrétien. “The authorities downplayed the incident and the officers were working the next day like nothing had happened.” ‘House Of Cards’ takes a thinly veiled swipe at the current US administration on an infectious disco groove: “lies within lies within lies… like so many Russian dolls”; ‘Boat Rockers’ challenges us all to look beyond accepted norms and ‘General Strike’ documents the frustrations of
the working class as the pay gap gets increasingly wider; ‘Slumlord’ shines the spotlight on dodgy landlords while the brilliant closer ‘Well Runs Dry’ laments modern day living, with its confused pace and mundane obsessions, remembering simpler days gone by.
playing their Album release show on Friday!
The Souljazz Orchestra at Babylon Nightclub
Friday, September 20, 2019 at 10 PM
Babylon Nightclub - 317 Bank Street
Garry Elliott & Steve Boudreau - .
Steve Boudreau is an Ottawa-based pianist who specializes in jazz and popular music. He currently teaches piano privately and as part of Carleton University's Music Performance program. In 2010 he received a Master of Music degree in jazz performance from the New England Conservatory in Boston. He has toured North America with multiple musical productions and has performed as both leader and sideman at various Canadian jazz festivals. His recently released trio album "Preludes: The Music of George Gershwin" has been getting radio play on Canadian jazz stations and a new quartet record of original music entitled "Opus 2" is now out, with guitarist Garry Elliott, bassist Adrian Vedady and drummer Camil Belisle.
Playing Saturday in Orleans!
Friends of Steinway - FALL JAZZ SERIES feat. Steve Boudreau
Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 7 PM
Steinway Piano Gallery Ottawa - 1481A Innes Road