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Monday Special Blend
Monday October 14th, 2019 with Trish Bolechowsky & Joel Elliott

The Brew Theme Song
Maxim Banjoman Cossette - s/t Canadian
Early Morning Rain
Guido Basso - Love Talk Canadian
Going Places
Barney Bentall - Lonely Avenue Canadian
Parfois on Danse
Jim Corcoran - Miss Kalabash Canadian
Wild Strawberries
Vincent Contreas Jr. - Wild Strawberries Canadian
Cornflower Blue - Invincible Canadian
Lord Of the Starfields
Bruce Cockburn - In The Falling Dark Canadian
The Chesapeake & the Shannon, Pt. 1
Mike McKenna Jr. - Pacific Northwest Bound Canadian

Mike McKenna Jr. - Pacific Northwest Bound Canadian
Rob Lutes with Special Guest Mike McKenna Jr. play the NAC Fourth Stage on Thursday, October 24th
Rocky Mountain Time
Rob Lutes - Walk in the Dark Canadian
Wish You Would
Alexis Neon - Seven Windows EP Canadian New

Bedroom pop duo Alexis Neon is celebrating the release of their Seven Windows EP (out October 18) alongside the ever so dreamy TV Sets!
For fans of: Men I Trust, Crumb, Rosemary Fairweather, The Marías

Alexis Neon (album release) + TV Sets
Sunday, October 20, 2019 at 8 PM
Bar Robo (Chinatown) - 692 Somerset St. W,
Doors 8PM / Show 830PM / Cover $12
Lunar Bloom - s/t Canadian New

Made up of Brittany Robinson, Jocelyn Regina, and Kelly McNamee, Lunar Bloom is an indie-folk trio based in Toronto. Long time friends, and each songwriters in their own respect, they have been harnessing their ethereal witchy folk vibes together for the past two years. Their music is filled with ‘ear candy’, intricate three-part harmonies, dynamic range, and honest storytelling exploring themes of love, anxiety, hope and grief. They have played shows all across Ontario, and are releasing their debut EP this month.

EP Release Show on Sunday!

Lunar Bloom in Ottawa- EP Release
Sunday, October 20, 2019 at 7 PM
LIVE on Elgin - 220 Elgin St.
Laurent Bourque - Blue Hour Canadian

Blue Hour by Laurent Bourque invites you into an exploration of loss and new beginnings through pensive, chic piano-driven pop. The Toronto singer-songwriter presents 11 titles drenched in poetic expression anchored by shining piano melodies, sweeping synthesizers and blissful orchestral arrangements.

Former front-woman of the Balconies, Jacquie Neville, embarks on a new solo project. The Ottawa native singer/songwriter/guitarist has had her music featured in international film, television, and commercials. Her song ‘War’ was featured in a Game of Thrones commercial for Season 6. Jacquie delves deeply into personal themes ranging from working dead-end jobs, uprooting your life, love and self-discovery.

This Friday at The NAC!

Laurent Bourque w/avec Jacquie Neville
Friday, October 18, 2019 at 8:30PM
National Arts Centre / Centre national des Arts - 1 Elgin Street
Evangeline Gentle - Evangeline Gentle Canadian New

Rich, sweet, and lush with vibrato. These are only a few of the unmistakable qualities that constitute Evangeline Gentle’s fervent timbre. But make no mistake; they are more than an accomplished voice – their songwriting possesses authenticity and depth as rare and unique as their own journey. Born on the Northeast coast of Scotland, Evangeline’s family lineage tells all. As a descendent of the Codona Circus family, they have live performance in their blood and were given an unequivocal name for the stage too. Queer, and passionate about social justice, Evangeline believes in the good-naturedness of people and our capabilities of growing together.
At only 23, their accolades are already accumulating at an impressive rate. They were awarded Emerging Artist at the 2015 Peterborough Folk Fest, Best Female Vocalist of the year at the 2015 Wire Awards, and have supported notable artists such as Donovan Woods, Basia Bulat, Matt Andersen, Terra Lightfoot, and more. Their debut self-titled album is set to be released by COAX records on September 13th, 2019. Evangeline Gentle lives in Peterborough, Ontario.

Evangeline Gentle’s single Sundays from their debut self-titled album produced by Jim Bryson and released by COAX Records on September 13th, 2019.

Playing Friday!

Evangeline Gentle at Bar Robo
Friday, October 18, 2019 at 8 PM
Bar Robo (Chinatown) - 692 Somerset St. W,
Peter Hum Quintet - s/t Canadian


Born and raised in Ottawa, Canada, Peter has been a mainstay of the city's jazz community for almost three decades.

He has released two albums of original modern mainstream jazz. His latest recording, Alpha Moment, was released in the fall of 2015 thanks to grants from the Ontario Arts Council and City of Ottawa. In late 2010, he released his debut recording, A Boy's Journey, thanks to a grant from the City of Ottawa. His compositions and performances at the Montreal and Ottawa International Jazz Festivals have been broadcast by the CBC and Radio-Canada.

In late August 2018, Peter returned to record his third album with a stellar group of peers including Kenji Omae (tenor saxophone, Antigonish, NS), David Smith (trumpet, Brooklyn, USA), Mike Rud (guitar, Montreal), Alec Walkington (bass, Montreal) and Ted Warren (drums, Guelph, ON). The resulting album, a collection of original compositions addressing the social and political tumult of our times, is slated for wide release in 2020.

Playing Saturday!

Peter Hum Quartet at the Record Centre!
Saturday, October 19, 2019 at 4 PM
The Record Centre - 1099 Wellington St.
Interactive CKCU
Mike Mercer
Happy Thanksgiving Trish & Joel do the turkey trot later today!:))))))))😂❤

7:38 AM, October 14th, 2019
joe fan
Happy Thanksgiving & thanks for your work!

8:22 AM, October 14th, 2019
Trevor - Cornflower Blue
Hey - thanks for playing our music!

8:50 AM, October 15th, 2019