|The Brew Theme Song|
Maxim Banjoman Cossette - s/t
Lucas Haneman Express - Catch The Westbound
From the April 2019 release “Catch The Westbound”, their 3rd full length studio album. Come out to Irene's to support The Express as they prepare for the Road to Memphis competition sponsored by the Ottawa Blues Society
Road to Memphis Fundraiser at Irene's Pub 885 Bank St. Ottawa
December 14 @ 9:30 pm - 11:59 pm $10
Lucas Haneman Express - Tearing Up The Rails
The Monotymes - s/t
We are just some kids who play indie-pop. Our songs are each their own catchy story, usually revolving around a character we see within ourselves or within our community. If you listen closely, you might find that you know this person too. We will always love to write about heartbreak in the most danceable way possible, we will always love tears and laughter and keyboards effects and arson.
At Pressed: A Monotymes Christmas Fundraiser
December 13 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
A Monotymes Christmas Fundraiser
December 13 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
It’s a Monotymes Christmas!
December 13th @ Pressed!
Come gather around with friends and family for a night of local music.
DELIVERABLES // Deliverables are an Ottawa band that plays dance music.
THE MONOTYMES // We are just some kids who play indie-pop. Our songs are each their own catchy story, usually revolving around a character we see within ourselves or within our community. If you listen closely, you might find that you know this person too. We will always love to write about heartbreak in the most danceable way possible, we will always love tears and laughter and keyboards effects and arson.
ELEMENTALS \\ ACOUSTIC SET \\ Elementals are sons of the small town of Almonte & North Dundas, Ontario. Born in flannel with a smoker’s cough. They are a gang. A family with a drinking problem, and a tendency to create honest music.
This years event, all proceeds will be donated to BACA – Ottawa Chapter. (Bikers Against Child Abuse)
DOORS @ 8pm
SHOW @ 8:30
10$ Cover – NOTALOF
|Also at Pressed:
Acadian Kitchen Party with a Holiday Twist
December 14 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Acadian kitchen party, with a holiday twist. An evening of traditional and modern Acadian music with a big group of fun loving musicians.
A cooking party with a holiday twist. An evening of traditional and modern Acadian music with a big gang of musicians. Come and see us!
Sarah Osborne - s/t
Tuesday, December 17th at 830 pm
Singer/Songwriters Sarah Osborne (Sarah Osborne Music) and John Ian live at Bar Robo. Heartfelt songs on a cold winter's night.
Sarah Osborne - She Rows
|Also at Bar Robo Chinatown
Mountain Head//Sean Oliver//
Sat 9 PM
Bar Robo (Chinatown)Ottawa
Tackies Christmas Party
|At The Black Sheep Inn
Rebecca Noelle in Concert
In From The Cold: A Christmas Soiree with Rebecca Noelle
Friday, Dec. 13th
Monkeyjunk on Sat. Dec. 14th
Finest Kind on Sunday, Dec. 15th at 4 pm
|At the NAC
A Winter’s Night featuring Donovan Woods & The Opposition, Skydiggers, Basia Bulat
Friday, Dec. 13th and also Saturday, Dec. 14th at the Babs Asper Theater, presented by the Festival of Small Halls
Tickets are $60 to $70
Serena Ryder brings her Christmas Kisses tour to Southam Hall on Dec. 15th
Good Lovelies Christmas Concert, Dec. 19th, Babs Asper Theatre
Christmas with Matt Andersen and Friends special guests Joey Landreth,Terra Lightfoot, and William Prince
Friday, Dec. 20th in Southam Hall, tickets starting at $35
Music from the Red Bar Car
Friday, Dec. 20th at the Fourth Stage, Tickets $30
The Canada Via Music Project (CVM) and Redleaf Music are throwing a party to celebrate a decade of live music aboard VIA Rail. For the last 10 years, VIA Rail has been quietly supporting Canadian musicians through their Artist on Board program, making it possible for musicians to travel this vast land in exchange for a peek inside their suitcase full of songs.
Music from the Red Bar Car celebrates a decade of Via Rail's on-board entertainment program. Join us for an evening of songs and stories, aptly named after the recreation car where passengers and musicians gather as they travel by rail between Montreal and Halifax. A musical sampler of sorts, the evening will feature three sets of Canadian troubadours - Tragedy Ann, Moonfruits and Dirty Sheep - who bring a unique approach to the roll and ruckus of performing on a train. Engaging storytellers and accomplished musicians, each act brings the audience along for the ride.
Proceeds from limited edition poster sales will raise funds for ArtsCan Circle, a charity dedicated to supporting the arts among Indigenous youth in northern communities
Dana Sipos - s/t
|Just for Tonight|
Trevor Dubois - s/t
|Trees of November|
Caraluna - s/t
Caraluna is the new project of Jesse Thom & friends, based out of Salt Spring Island in BC, Canada.
Their sound is a folk sound that dazzles with well placed and timed horns, a warm sound that will definitely speak to fans of Beirut. “Trees of November” is about “uncovering a feeling of home in one’s life despite the inherent chaos and impermanence of human existence.”
Raphael Weinroth-Browne - Worlds Within
first music video from his forthcoming solo album “Worlds Within!”
Digital pre-orders for Worlds Within are available on his Bandcamp page (CD and vinyl pre-orders coming soon!): https://raphaelweinroth-browne.bandcamp.com/
Or you can pre-save the album on Spotify: https://distrokid.com/h…/raphaelweinrothbrowne/worlds-within
|Liberté je t'aime|
Diogo Ramos - Samba Sans Frontieres
Diogo Ramos is a singer-songwriter from Sao Paolo, Brazil who now lives in Montreal. Ramos’ music is part of a long tradition of Brazilian folk singers. Having studied music, in particular guitar, since the age of 13 – Ramos was awarded the Vinicius de Moraes Prize, as a guitarist at age 16.
Releasing his album Sunday!
Diogo Ramos | Samba sans frontières
Sunday, December 15, 2019 at 2 PM
The Art House Café - 555 Somerset Street West
|We speak with Kim Valentine about a maker fair of local proportions!
Winter Micro Night Market
Friday, December 13, 2019 at 7 PM
Arlington Five - 5 Arlington Street
An event for local creatives to get their work out into the world, and a place for art fans to meet the makers & artists that live & work in the community. Arlington Five is your space, so we've filled it with talented, local artists & creators for you.
Come explore the tiny tables filled with locally made art by:
@luckylittlequeer, Jane Floe, Regreta Brown, Tricia Enns, Adara Belisle, Bombay Pain co, Corinne Blouin, Surraya Dawn Aziz, Scatterbee Illustration & Design, Victoria Salter Art, Caitlyn Baikie, Alex Brovkin, Saffron St. James,
Jocelyn van Wynsberghe
|Voice of Truth|
The Lionyls - s/t
The Lionyls are a four-piece Rock & Soul outfit based in Ottawa, Canada with an unmistakable sound and ability to make their audiences move. Inspired by rhythm & blues, funk, soul, and rock & roll traditions, they have crafted an organic sound that is both timeless and current, raw and refined. The band combines elements from many different genres to create songs that transcend social and cultural barriers and connect people from all walks of life.
The Lionyls Holiday BASH w/ The Wilderness & My Friend PJ
Friday, December 13, 2019 at 9 PM
Rainbow Bistro - 76 Murray Street
|They Move, Side by Side|
Adam Saikaley - All Things in Suspension
Adam Saikaley is a musician based in Ottawa, Ontario. His musical practice involves free improvisation, experimentation, and composition. He makes music with pianos, prepared auto-harps, guitars, dvd players, no-input mixers, and speaker cones. He received his B. Music in Piano Performance and Sonic Design from Carleton University.
Anne-F Jacques / Alex Eastley / Adam Saikaley
Thursday, December 12, 2019 at 8 PM
Cinqhole - 5b Fairmont Avenue