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3 CONTENTS JULY TEENS IN THE SCENE 6 REVIEW - FOOLS OF LOVE 7 LOCAL LABELS PROFILE FEATURES IN THE NEWS...5 NOTES FROM THE OTTAWA MUSIC INDUSTRY COALITION...5 REVIEW: NO PROBLEM SITUATION...6 BUCK-N-NICE BUCK THE TRENDS...7 COMIC OF THE MONTH...9 MONTHLY LISTINGS BYRON PASCOE: THE ISRC ARTICLE OTTAWA BEAT VOLUME 3 ISSUE 2 JULY 2018 MANAGING EDITOR Adella Khan ART EDITOR Marisa Gallemit PUBLISHER Luke Martin, CRS Inc COVER Laurena Fineus LAYOUT & DESIGN Mitch Vandenborn SOCIAL MEDIA Amanda Lowe WEBSITE Pelluco Fernandez WEB EDITOR Aileen Duncan CONTRIBUTORS Zoë Argiropulos-Hunter Samantha Belleus Ayesha Chubb Zaakirah Chubb Jared Davidson Curtis Delaney Don Dimanlig Austin Evans Nik Ives-Allison Evan McKay Owen Maxwell Candace Nelson Byron Pascoe FOR ADVERTISING INQUIRIES, CONTACT: All work CRS Inc All rights reserved. OTTAWA BEAT - JULY

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5 In the NEWS as reported by owen maxwell TO MUSIC & BEYOND Though there s plenty of jokes around how little the titles of festivals apply to their content anymore, the 2018 Music and Beyond more than lives up to its name. For its ninth year, the boundary-pushing fest is exploring through dance, theatre, and more complicated mediums this July. One key show is the Ottawa-made Sleeping Rough which looks at the life of a homeless man through music, puppetry and a libretto. Other shows feature artists sketching to live music, musical lectures on melody s healing power, orchestral Shakespeare, and even Whose Opera Is It Anyway? which is exactly what it sounds like. The festival is also operating across an extensive list of venues all over the city including Soif, the National Arts Centre, the University of Ottawa, Dominion-Chalmers United Church, and the Algonquin Commons Theatre so check out show listings before it all wraps up on July 18. THE NATIONAL CREATION FUND POWERS THE ARTS The National Arts Centre has announced its initial recipients for the National Creation Fund. The initiative was launched in 2016 to support the growth of powerful and imaginative projects in Canadian theatre, dance, music and the broader performing arts. The $1.4 million dollars invested will be helping artists expand their crews, provide more workshops, offer residencies and update their production technology. The fund is supporting productions all across Canada in cities like Quebec, Iqaluit, Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal. One show supported by the fund is Who We Are In The Dark which mixes NOTES FROM THE COALITION BY NIK IVES-ALLISON dance with creative lighting, and music from Arcade Fire s Sarah Neufeld and Jeremy Gara. Led by The 7 Fingers of Montreal, Artcirq of Igloolik, and Taqqut Productions of Iqaluit, Unikkaaqtuat is a major multidisciplinary production blending circus arts, music, theatre, and video projection, exploring Inuit founding myths through a wide range of disciplines, including video, theatre, and circus to follow the Inuit from their past to their future. Kid Koala s The Storyville Mosquito finds the DJ creating a story through puppets, sets, and a dynamic use of cameras and live sound. 3D PRINTING GOES MUSICAL 3D printing is revolutionizing manufacturing industries but its applications in the world of music could help prevent endless amounts of music related injuries. The Ottawa Symphony Orchestra recently held their National 3D Printed Musical Instrument Challenge with this in mind and the results were fascinating. While music lifts the soul, many musicians struggle to perform due to injury, said OSO Music Director Alain Trudel. At its core, the challenge asked engineers to solve causes of injuries by instruments rather than their effects, while keeping aesthetics in mind. The winner of the contest was Ottawa University PhD student Rob Hunter, who designed a 3D-printed clarinet and brace. A biomedical engineer and lifetime musician, Hunter was uniquely qualified for the task. I was inspired by playing clarinet in high school, where my wrist and thumb would get very sore after long periods of practice, said Hunter. Hunter not only receives a cash prize but a five-figure budget to produce and fit his design. Hunter s design can also be seen at the OSO s concert on November 4 as part of their 3D StringTheory project. OMIC As our music festival and events industry grows, one of the questions many fans and city residents have is how these large-scale displays of civic pride are contributing to efforts to make our city (and society) a greener place. The vast majority of festivals and large events are keen to do their part and take a leadership role when it comes to encouraging environmentally-friendly practices. For example, the Tim Hortons Dragon Boat Festival, which this year presented Hollerado, Craig Cardiff, and Broken Social Scene, became the first carbon-neutral festival in North America in RBC Ottawa Bluesfest provides supervised bike parking and includes travel on OC Transpo as part of its passes. However, we understand that as an industry more needs to (and should be done) to help festivals meet their own green goals and those of our wider community. We can t mandate that festivals implement full recycling and organic waste collection programs immediately in Ottawa, like elsewhere in Ontario, event waste and recycling, like all commercial waste, requires private waste management which can be extremely costly. But we can, and will be, looking at how the City and the industry can work together to bring universal recycling and other green initiatives to life. At the end of June, the City of Ottawa passed a motion that will have the City and industry have a look together at the by-laws guiding our large special events (festivals and events larger than 500 people). Through this process, we ll have the chance to learn more about how the City and the industry can work together to increase the number of festivals recycling, composting and adopting other green initiatives. Alongside Ottawa Festivals, the Ottawa Music Industry Coalition is proud to have played a role in striking the right balance between our shared desire to build a more environmentally sustainable society and making sure our industry can continue to grow and thrive, especially considering how many of these events are non-profit. We look forward to working with our members and the City to move our industry forward and demonstrate our leadership when it comes to building a cleaner, greener Ottawa. YOUR VENUE LISTING HERE for advertising info OTTAWA BEAT - JULY

6 FOOLS OF LOVE - THE HOWL AND THE WHISPER BY OWEN MAXWELL REVIEW IN THE WORLD OF MODERN ROCK, TRYING TO MAKE SOMETHING REL- EVANT WHILE GRABBING MASS AU- DIENCES IS A DELICATE TIGHTROPE WALK. Ottawa s Fools Of Love manages to offer some exciting pop-rock jams, while using this accessibility to take other songs completely off the rails. Though the record can feel as though it constantly changes gears, it shows the full breadth of their talent. Throughout the album, Fools of Love show a real sense of grandeur and dynamics in their writing that keeps it all just as intriguing as it is fun to listen to. They let you know this is their M.O. as the album starts on Miles Away where rolling drum-lines and sweeping strings just make their dark guitars all the more epic. Rather than getting overtly serious or too cliché, they lean into the heavy riffs with earnest emotions to make every drop feel poignant and satisfying. While their opening track offers more of a dense and all-enveloping rock experience, they explore individual sounds with a powerful depth through the other songs on the record. They embody the worlds of metal and hard rock on Fix Yourself while actually critiquing the Live fast, die young lifestyle many similar songs promote. Though this makes for a much stronger lyrical focus, Fools of Love effortlessly cover all their bases in the writing on this one. As they switch to much more rapid and sprawling rock on tracks like Golden Age and Heavy Head however, they knock out catchy moments again and again. Despite the utter chaos and non-stop pace many of these sons on the record have, Fools of Love tend to fit in more detail and powerfully descriptive writing in these songs. Other moments in the record find the band pushing their writing to truly explosive ends, while they take some hard left turns that truly pay off. Such is the case on something like Live Forever (Never Die) where Fools Of Love slowly build from a tender, personal soft-rock track into something with momentum. It s when they hit a bridge, similar to what they do on Swan Dive that they really show the dynamic range to not only keep their songs interesting but with a range that makes their music emotionally satisfying. Even the sequencing on the album helps add tension to songs like Sleeping On A Train that despite its fairly consistent energy from start to finish always feels like it s about to open up. In the scheme of the record, this release comes in the immediate rush of Down By The Lake which takes every one of the cues from Sleeping On A Train and goes for it viciously. Fools Of Love s greatest strengths are being able to make each song work individually while truly transcending as one larger piece, as their stories stand tall while complementing each other s energy. Even after the excitement has shaken off from their transition, Down By The Lake is truly Fools Of Love at their most fiery, where every eccentric hook is taken to a memorable place and the energy is contagious. Truly a band ready to dominate well beyond their local stages, Fools Of Love bring their A-game to The Howl and The Whisper. Mixing accessible and fun pop moments with ambitious rock writing, they never get too comfortable on this record. Though their more epic writing could make their other songs feel simplistic, Fools of Love end up exploring sounds in these moments to keep the album exciting. NO PROBLEM SITUATION - NO PROBLEM SITUATION BY CANDACE NELSON REVIEW PRETTY BAD RECORDS, AN OTTA- WA BASED LABEL DEDICATED EX- CLUSIVELY TO LOCAL BANDS ON 45 RPM FORMAT RECORDS ONLY, HAS RECENTLY RELEASED 7 PBR005 - OTTAWA S NEWEST GARAGE RAWK QUARTET, NO PROBLEM SITUATION, THE LABEL S FIRST RELEASE SINCE It s seven minutes of pure punky, punchy garage rock with a twinge of psychedelia for good measure. Side A takes a kick at the can with lead track I Don t Like s confident, matter-offact lyrics, saucy delivery, jaunty guitar riffs and toe tapping, steady drum beats, reminiscent of Gino & The Goons and it has you ready to flip the record over to Side B by the echo of the last note. Short but sweet at a one minute and 35 seconds, Autonomy s reverb-tinged, angsty punk yelps, yet relaxed, twangy style guitar vibrations lead into the closer, Greed For Green. A direct and blunt reference to Western society s everlasting longing for money and material junk, it s thumping bass really gets your shoulders shaking along to the rhythm, leaving you wanting more tracks to dance, stomp, and sing along to. That s rock and roll! No Problem Situation has been jamming together since 2016, featuring Michael Delion on guitar and vocals, Jim Weiler on guitar, also sharing some vocal duties, Marc Dore on bass, and Richard Parks on drums. They ve appeared in numerous band incarnations together: Pretty Bad Records up-and-comers, Lone Pig and The Rhythm Sucklers, as well as G. Rogers and The Capital Dominion Radiators, The Forgetables, Turkey Baster, and Vapourizer to name drop a few past jam bands. In just a few short months No Problem Situation highlights a successful week-long community radio blitz and their single release show May 5th at The Record Centre, playing a 30-minute set for vinyl record and live music lovers alike. They ve laying down new material for a full length album and are making plans for shows in Montreal, Peterborough, Toronto, Kingston, and Ottawa by September s promising to be a cool rock and roll party; Pretty Bad Records Fall Fry-Up is being hosted at Irene s Pub, over two nights September 28 and 29. No Problem Situation, Ommie Jane, Saint Clare, Chris Landry & The Seasick Mommas will all grace the stage and more will be announced closer to the celebrations. Pick up a vinyl copy of the 7 at The Record Centre and for a few bonus tracks, including a cover of Lust For Life by San Francisco indie rock group Girls, visit their bandcamp page: noproblemsituation.bandcamp. com 6 OTTAWA BEAT - JULY 2018

7 LOCAL LABELS CHANGING THE SCENE BY EVAN MCKAY FOR SOME MUSICIANS, BEING SIGNED TO A RECORD LABEL CAN BE EVERYTHING. IT CAN MEAN BIG TOURS, BIG ALBUM SALES, FOR- TUNE, AND FAME. It can also mean getting bogged down with contracts and legal grey areas or maybe even giving up creative control. So for artists that want to bypass traditional recording labels, what is there? Based out of Russell, Ont., Willow Sounds Recording is a membership based co-op recording label started by entrepreneur and musician Tara Shannon. Shannon has been a consultant in the Canadian music industry for close to 20 years and started Willow Sounds after she saw a need for guidance in the music industry and wanted to help young artists put together their business. Willow Sounds is a record label with an educational focus, meaning their main goal is to help artists start to see their musical career as a business and assist them in efficiently running their own small business. Everything is done on a consultant basis which means Willow Sounds doesn t take any credit or ownership for the artists creations. It s co-operative, so they are there to help and not to profit. The whole thing is about empowering artists as opposed to creating dependency, Shannon says. The idea is that I ve done a great job, when they don t need me anymore! Everything from the master recordings to record sales belong to the artist. Willow Sounds hands off approach gives artists freedom to create and explore without limitations that a typical label might employ. Shannon says one of the first things she ll do for artists is demystify and translate business language. A lot of artists will tend to shy away from very scary, sort of cold language, that corporate business uses. Market growth, customers, margins, profit, product. So once you equate those words to words that they understand in their artistic world, it empowers them to understand the elements of business and why it s important to think of themselves as a business. Musician and Willow Sounds member, Jessica Pearson, says Willow Sounds is different from other labels because it is focused on what the artist needs and what their goals are. I can be completely myself, I can be vulnerable with my writing and I know that Willow Sound Records and Tara Shannon only want what is best for me and my music, Pearson said. Where other labels need to release product that will make money back for them, they sometimes need to change your sound to fit the mold. Willow Sounds isn t about changing you, its about taking your music and making it the best it can be. Willow Sounds really challenges the norm set by large corporate recording labels. There s no A&R (Artists and Repertoire) person to impress and no image set out by the label. The artist only has to be concerned with the development of their own work. This is a lot different than the standard practice, says Shannon. Being signed to a record label is much more like being an employee of a company. You have no direct power, you just do your job, she says. BUCK-N-NICE BUCK THE TRENDS BY JARED DAVIDSON While Willow Sounds is unique in its approach, there are certainly other labels and collectives in Ottawa that are straying from the norm. One such label is Record Centre Records, owned and operated by John Thompson of The Record Centre, a shop located in Ottawa s Wellington West neighborhood. Record Centre Records is unusual in its approach to being a label because it never quite intended to be a label. With a passion for good sounding records, Record Centre Records grew out of ideas that Thompson said just seemed logical. For example, The Record Centre records many of their live in-store shows, some of which have actually made it onto vinyl. Starting as a record store, growing into a venue, and now a record label, The Record Centre makes sense in a music community such as Ottawa. Take Sparklesaurus s new LP, categorically number 33 on the label. After releasing their debut EP in the summer of 2016, the band became well known and well liked in the community, playing a number of shows at the storefront. Thompson says it just made sense to him. We already considered them a part of our community, which is important. We have this thing where, sure, it s a record store, we sell records and sell things but we also host bands and try to help out a bit (in the community). They were just a part of our community, Thompson said. It seemed like the logical thing to do! Record Centre Records differs from Willow Sounds in their approach, which is slightly more traditional than the co-op method, but it s still far away from what a traditional record label looks like. Record Centre Records exists and succeeds because of community. Ottawa has a close knit music community that allows artists, venues, and sometimes label owners to interact and connect with one another. Willow Sounds exists to create more of that community and spread knowledge and understanding that can become lost in the fine print of corporate labels. Both Willow Sound and Record Centre Records are pushing the limits of what a record label can and should be. Or maybe they re just simplifying it? BRENDON GRAVELINE, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS SAWBUCK, LIKES TO COMPARE THE HIP HOP GAME TO MOBILE GAMES. It s like when you come up against someone and you know they were just buying all those extra lives, he says. The game has become pay-to-win, he says. Graveline has found himself meeting idols and wishing he hadn t as their swagger is revealed to be smoke and mirrors. Graveline and DJ So Nice (known otherwise as Hassan Hamdan), make up Buck-N-Nice, one of Ottawa s hottest hip hop items. Having just released a sophomore album titled EMAG, which could be read ee-mag or game backwards. Because that s what the album is about: the game being backwards. We started to see that everything was pretty much all fugazi, Graveline says. People that we thought were doing things, weren t. And that s really frustrating for a hip hop group trying to put their craft first and treat it as an art. Four years ago, upon the release of their first album, Buck-N- Nice were jokingly comparing themselves to famous artists like Picasso. Name any great artist and you ll find that they put themselves in the art, said Hamdan, half-ironically. His point stands true Buck-N- Nice is about putting themselves in the music, creating the art as an extension of themselves. When their first album got some attention and they started getting calls, they answered them with skepticism in part due to the way they viewed their art. The voices on the other end of the line came bearing gifts: YouTube celebrity, articles, spins, and all that, they say. But, for them, this would be a betrayal of the spirit under which they had begun. They were trying to be artists, not products. Turning it down wasn t even a question for them. They decided they couldn t do stuff like compare themselves to influential painters and then turn around and engage in what they see as the age-old practice of paying for 15 minutes of fame. Hamdan and Graveline say that becoming a band in the 21st Century means getting offers from shady-sounding companies offering Facebook views, plays, spins, publicity, and essentially their firstborn child, all for a (relatively) small fee. Some people take a crack at these deals. Maybe that occasionally works out, but from what Buck-N-Nice were seeing, the payoff was often relatively minor and the results were often the promotion of subpar content. You could pay for the big wins, but you don t build those genuine relationships when you do that, says Hamdan. Connections play a role in their music as well. Both of Buck-N-Nice s albums are feature heavy, with verses and production from local notables such as Flight Distance, Prufrock Shadowrunner, Tragic, and Just Jamaal, among others. They ve also started to make connections in the hip hop scene across the country, getting plays on college radio and spins from bigger DJs. They stress that, rather than pay a promoter, they cut out the middle man and approached people directly, relying on the quality of their product. Both are veterans of the Ottawa scene, sporting clever lines and intricate beats. They released their album on Instagram, in part from that same spirit of collaboration and discussion, with an encouragement from community response. They found they were able to identify certain songs that resonated more with people, often simply by the number of comments. They are among the first to release an album entirely on Instagram, and they re excited to be doing something a little different. We re trying to do things that are current, without doing what s currently acceptable, says Graveline. In other words, they re playing the game by their own rules, while still playing the game. Catch Buck-n-Nice at their album release party for EMAG on July 28 at The 27 Club. OTTAWA BEAT - JULY

8 OUR BEAT IS BEER. GATHER AT CENTRETOWN S BREWERY AND KITCHEN Open noon for lunch Fri, Sat, Sun, and 3 p.m. every other day! 37 Flora at Bank florahallbrewing.ca 8 OTTAWA BEAT - JULY 2018

9 COMIC OF THE MONTH BY AUSTIN EVANS, AYESHA CHUBB & ZAAKIRAH CHUBB TEENS IN THE SCENE TEENS IN THE SCENE IS A GET- TO-KNOW-YOU FEATURE SERIES DIRECTED BY OUR CONTRIBUTOR, ZOË ARGIROPULOS-HUNTER. THROUGH HER BITE-SIZED INTERVIEWS AND EXPERIMENTAL FILM PORTRAITURE, ZOË WILL PUT A DIFFERENT MEMBER OF OUR COMMUNITY IN THE SPOTLIGHT EVERY MONTH TO GET THE INSIDE SCOOP ON WHAT IS HAPPENING IN THE SCENE FROM A TEEN S PERSPECTIVE. THIS MONTH, ZOË PHOTOGRAPHED HER PAL BEN ASTORGA, AND CHATTED WITH HIM ABOUT COMING OF AGE IN CENTRETOWN. ZAH: How has living in Centretown during your teen years impacted your relationship with Ottawa s music community? BA: Living in Centretown has created so many possibilities for my social life. On top of being near so many creative and culturally vibrant communities like Chinatown and Little Italy, it has allowed me to easily access the different venues across Ottawa. Personally, my home acts as a liaison for the different social groups that go to different venues. I can easily bus to the Glebe or Old Ottawa South and just as easily walk to Pressed for some music on a mellow Sunday evening. It has given me exposure and the leisure to choose between different experiences and music scenes, from calming shoegaze all the way to head banging punk. ZAH: What venues have played a key role in some of your favourite memories from going to shows and why? BA: The most influential of them all has to be Pressed. It was my where I first experienced a show with my sister and will probably be the last venue I go to in Ottawa. It has brought so many of my friends together, who may have never met because of the coffee house. It was also a place where I discovered so many different bands and types of music that opened my eyes. Due to this I started playing guitar just to imitate the feeling of what it s like to perform in front of a crowd at that venue. It s a safe, friendly environment that I can t thank enough for the unison it has brought to my life ZAH: How has the Ottawa music scene changed in your eyes in the last few years? BA: The Ottawa music scene is kind of like an eternal teenager. It has mood swings, from mediocre to great shows every weekend. Two years ago, when it was in its it peak I was out every Friday and Saturday with friends learning about new music and lifestyles. Even when it is at a low, with shows once a month, it still acts as a reason to see friends and friends who have become family by bonding over music. Even if the shows have become rarer, it only makes them easier to savour and appreciate every minute. OTTAWA BEAT - JULY

10 JULY / AUGUST LISTINGS LIVE MUSIC WED JUL 11TH Black Squirrel - DJ Dr Dreidel - 10PM / No Cover - 19+/LIcensed House of TARG - 8pm - COGNITIVE + WORM- HOLE + ECLIPSER - $13 adv / 19+ IRENE S PUB - 8:00PM - BUCK TINGLEY - $ TEXAS KING + BOSKY + O NEPTUNE - $10 - AA Pressed - 8pm - Strengthen What Remains w/ Contempt + Premonition - $10 Rainbow - Strange Angels, Cardiff Giant, Bel Ann-Ana - 9PM Triple 7 - Dendrons (Chicago) with Empty Nesters and Ethnotechnique THU JUL 12TH Avante Garde - Height Keech + Kate Ferencz Wotts Jesse Dangerously Atherton Babylon - Babylon Nightclub - METZ / DOXX / Deathsticks Black Squirrel - Red Set Gang of Four Book Launch - 9PM / No Cover - All Ages / Licensed Heart & Crown - The East Coast Experience House of TARG - 8pm - THE BOO RADLEY PROJ- ECT + A LEVERAGE FOR MOUNTAINS + VIBE BY MELO - $10 adv / 19+ ALL STAR BLUES SHOW- CASE WITH GUEST HOST TERRY GILLESPIE - NO LIVE! ON ELGIN - 6:30PM - TELL EM GIRL POETRY SLAM - $7 - AA Ottawa Public Library - 12pm - Jumpin Joel Flash - Music in the Stacks Record Centre - Miller Mac- Donald Cormier - 2 PM FRI JUL 13TH 27 Club - Lions Leading Sheep, Revenant, Fast Asleep Avante Garde - Benefit Concert For The Wabano Center For Aboriginal Health - 6PM Barley Mow Merivale - 930pm - Southbound - Free -AA Black Sheep - Patrick LePoidevin 8.30 pm Black Squirrel - View From Below presents: Ottawa Hardcore Merch Sale - 9PM / No Cover Cafe Dekcuf - 10 PM - Friday the 13th Dance Party with DJ Reverie and DMT Berzerk (Mexico City) - $5 before 11 PM, $8 after Carleton Tavern - 9:45 PM - between the lines - $0-19. D Arcy Mcgee s - JAMIE DOUGLAS + THE MODAL NODE Dekcuf - Friday the 13th Dance Party! - Positronic wsg DMT Berzerk - 0PM Heart & Crown - Water s Edge SKA NIGHT: 3rd Anniversary Bash w/ THE SENTRIES + DOWNTOWN FIASCO - $6 before 10pm / $8 after / 19+ 7pm-11pm - Chris Angel - No Cover - AA DESTINY - $ MATT POWELL + GUESTS - $10 - AA Mercury Lounge - Lost In Bass: Ostrich, Matt J. Dub & T-23-10PM Osgoode Medieval Festival - 9pm - Larry Garnett - TBD/AA Pressed - 9pm - It s a Vibe: DJ Night - $2 Rainbow - Ouroboros w Sombra - 8:30PM South Branch - Bourne to Rock - 9PM Triple 7 - SistaFrizz Slam Poetry Workshop/ART JAM - Atelier de slam de SistaFrizz - 6PM SAT JUL 14TH 27 Club - That s Hot, a 2000 s Dance Party Art House Cafe - Mélanie E Atomic Rooster - No Fancy Parts - 10PM Babylon - Night At The Beach - 10PM Bar Robo - Welcome The Ghost w/mountaineyes & L.J.P Barley Mow Merivale - 930pm - Jimmy Cochrane - Free - AA Black Squirrel - Fruit, Star, Candy Bar w/ DJ Trinidaddy & friends - 10PM / $5 - All Ages / Licensed Carleton Tavern - 9:45 PM - the 4 rent band - $ Dekcuf - Sparrows, Quiet Crimes & Destroy Clocks - 8PM Greenfield s - Danny Sylvester band - 930PM Heart & Crown - Water s Edge BURLESQUES SHOW: Science Friction Edition - $10 / 19+ 7pm-11pm - Dennis Brunton IRENE S PUB - 9:30PM - KEN WORKMAN - CD RELEASE WITH JOHN ALLAIRE $ LIVE! ON ELGIN - 7:00PM - DEAD CENTURIES + APHELION + EARTH S YELLOW SUN - $13 - AA Lonestar Loft - 10PM - The Back Beat - $7-19+ Mavericks - The Goddamn Gallows, Koffin Kats, Viva le Vox, ASP - 7PM Mercury Lounge - Fiesta Cubana - the Cuban Party - 9PM Minotaure - Eldorado et Machines Géantes - 7PM Moose McGuire s - Hope Beach After Party w/ Eastbound of Bytown - 6PM Osgoode Medieval Festival - 9pm - Larry Garnett - TBD/AA Petit Chicago - Elage et Nile Groove - 9PM Pour Boy - Synthetic Dreams - Live Synth Experimental Techno Post Punk Pressed - 8pm - The Leanover w/ Raina Sokolov-Gonzalez + Subtle Curves - $7 Rainbow - Rock en Español. The Tribute - 9PM South Branch - Driftr Oscar Anderson - 9PM SUN JUL 15TH Avante Garde - Souvenirs of Brazil - 6PM Bar Robo - Colin Weeks EP Launch Christine Jakel Patrick Rock 11am-3pm - John Allaire - No Cover - AA THE SUNDAY SESSIONS WITH CHAS GUAY AND DRIFTING BIRD - NO Pour Boy - Dark Sabbath - Metal Punk Industrial Synth Night Rainbow - Quirks / Kakagi / Velvet Vanilla Record Centre - Ouroboros MON JUL 16TH Black Squirrel - Good Shade (Ohio) + more - 9PM / $10 - All Ages / Licensed Brass Monkey - Act Of Defiance w/ Signs of Chaos - 7PM IRENE S PUB - 8:00PM - GIRLS TO THE FRONT WITH HOST JULIE COR- RIGAN AND SPECIAL GUESTS SUSAN O AND BREA LAWRENSON - NO Pressed - 730pm - Bluegrass Mondays w/ Mama s Broke and Aiken & Beggs - $10 Rainbow - Gary Cain Band TUE JUL 17TH Avante Garde - Cat Murphy - 6PM Bar Robo - Nick Straccini, Myles Bell & Dorian Remis Black Squirrel - Incredible Woman (Newfoundland), Dead Fibers (Edmonton), Ultra Love, The Shame - 9PM / $10 - All Ages / Licensed Brass Monkey - LA GUNS - 7PM IRENE S PUB - 9:15PM - TUESDAY NIGHT JAZZ JAM - NO Pressed - 8pm - Mattie Leon w/ Simon Beach + Mountain Eyes - $10/pwyc Rainbow - General B and the Wiz + Folkfaces WED JUL 18TH Art House Cafe - 7pm - TAKE UP SPACE + MOONFRUITS - $10 Avante Garde - July Show & Chill Brass Monkey - OTEP, Dropout Kings, Brass Monkey Greenbank Rd - $33.90 ADV - 7pm House of TARG - 8pm - SKYBOUND + THE DEAD CENTURIES + THE GREAT DIVERSION + FATHOM SOUND + REB- EL RELOAD - $10 / ALL AGES IRENE S PUB - 8:00PM - RED YOUNG AND HIS HOT HORNS - $ Minotaure - Soirée Devinette - Game of Thrones - 7PM Rainbow - Blast from the Sun - 9PM South Branch - Roosterman Blues Band THU JUL 19TH Avante Garde - Braden and Riley Live - 6PM Black Squirrel - Bon Echo & Jack Moss - 9PM / $10 - All Ages / Licensed Heart & Crown - The Ben Cooper Duo House of TARG - 8pm - PINK COCOON + Nessie + The DeadSeers - $10 / 19+ ALL STAR BLUES SHOW- CASE WITH GUEST HOST ROXANNE POTVIN - NO - THE HAIG - $10 - AA South Branch - Five Dollar Down FRI JUL 20TH Art House Cafe - New Orleans Jazz 8PM Avante Garde - Rikashay, The KITCH, Norse s Thorn - 730PM Barley Mow Merivale - 930pm- Point 2 Point - Free - AA Black Sheep - Mark Nyvlt & Kristine St.Pierre, 8.30 pm Carleton Tavern - 9:45 PM in - Gnarleys - $ D Arcy Mcgee s - The WILL COOK DUO Heart & Crown - The Eric Eggleston Band KISSed - Live Tribute to KISS - $15 / 19+ PLANET BOOGIE Disco Nite: w/ Super Mega Disco Freak Machine + Dee Jay Disco Duck - $6 before 10pm / $8 after / 19+ 7pm-11pm - Dylan Holtan ROCKSNAKE - $5-19+ John St Pub - Little Bones (a tribute to The Tragically Hip) 9PM LIVE! ON ELGIN - 7:30PM - JAMES BLONDE + ALMOST KENNEDY - $10 - AA Mavericks - Archspire, First Fragment, Hideous Divinity, Depths of Hatred - 6PM Pressed - 8pm - Dumb w/ Tough Customer + - $10 Rainbow - Conor Gains Band + Geoff Hudson Band - 9PM Record Centre - Record Centre - 7pm - DF (Montreal), Alder & Ash (Montreal) South Branch - Bob Pepin SAT JUL 21ST 27 Club - Homesick: Emo Night Ottawa - Paramore vs MCR - 11PM Avante Garde - Greg Mashinter, Elementals & Tariq Anwar 10 OTTAWA BEAT - JULY 2018

11 Babylon - OffBeat w/ Kimberly Sunstrum + Rio Festarini PM Bar Robo - Chris Landry + The Freewalkers (Que) + Ommie Jane - 9PM Barley Mow Merivale - 930pm - Highway Free - AA Black Sheep - Concert for Carol Goodman (Eniid) 8.30 pm Black Squirrel - DJ s Eric Roberts & Cool Cal - 10PM / No Cover - All Ages / Licensed Carleton Tavern - 9:45 PM - love Shovel - $ D Arcy Mcgee s - The WILL COOK DUO Dekcuf - Leptik Ficus[fr] and more Dekcuf - The Way Out, Matlock Expressway, Summerled and more Dominion - Phantom Shifters + Boom Creek Heart & Crown - The Eric Eggleston Band 7pm-11pm - Rick Perrier - No Cover - AA IRENE S PUB - 9:30PM - GYPSY MUSE - THE MUSIC OF DJANGO RE- INDHART - $ John St Pub - The Pack A.D // Muffler Crunch // Trenchfoot // Josephine Leone LIVE! ON ELGIN - 8:30PM - MOOCH + BEARSHARK + PEAKS - $10 - AA Lonestar Loft - Chris Evans Moose McGuire s - Hawker - 9PM Pressed - 730pm - Drama Queen Martyr w/ Death Metal Witch + Annie Martel - $10 Rainbow - HotDonna & MilkJive 3PM South Branch - Al Tambay Swizzles - 10 PM - The Bitches of Eastwicks pt. 2 (DJs Doomcookie, Alis & Battie Bats) - Free before 11 PM / 3$ or PWYC after Triple 7-80 s Underground - Sat 10 PM SUN JUL 22ND Bar Robo - KYLO w/ Jack Moss Dekcuf - Heartless Romantics, The Far New, Fast Asleep + more - 7PM 11am-3pm - Julie Corrigan THE SUNDAY SESSIONS WITH CHAS GUAY AND DRIFTING BIRD - NO LIVE! ON ELGIN - 7:00PM - ADYN TOWNES + KING KIMBIT + FILLET STER- LING - $13 - AA MON JUL 23RD Pressed - 730pm - Bluegrass Mondays w/ Pete Deachman & Handsome Molly - $10 TUE JUL 24TH IRENE S PUB - 9:15PM - TUESDAY NIGHT JAZZ JAM - NO Pressed - 8pm - Molly Drag w/ Past Life + Lil Air Hole + Water Babies - $10 WED JUL 25TH 27 Club - Bane s World, Inner Wave, Michael Seyer - 830PM Avante Garde - Marutyri / Sammy Duke /// MARUTYRI half-acoustic - 9PM Dekcuf - Telekinetic Yeti w/ Hyborian & Destroy Clocks - 730PM Hunter s Public House - 7pm-10pm - Open Mic Night - CHANELLE ALBERT + MARIE-CLO + NEHA SIN - $10 - AA Mavericks - Telekinetic Yeti w/ Hyborian & Destroy Clocks - 730PM Mavericks - The Acacia Strain, Left Behind, I AM - 7PM Pressed - 7pm - Shirt Tearing Boys Saddle Up - $10 Rainbow - Ari & The Alibis THU JUL 26TH 27 Club - Seaway, Like Pacific, Bearings, Castlefield - 730PM Avante Garde - The Marwills Bar Robo - Dyke Trivia and Silent Auction: An Ottawa Dyke March Fundraiser!630PM Black Squirrel - Seinfeld Trivia with Adam Saikaley - 9PM / No Cover - All Ages / Licensed Heart & Crown - The Tyree Lush Duo House of TARG - 8pm - S.O.S.Fest 2018: Synth Fest w/ MOON KING + VAN- ITY PHASE + LEUCRO- CUTA + HARD SCIENCE - $10 / 19+ ALL STAR BLUES SHOW- CASE WITH GUEST HOST VINCE HALFHIDE - NO - CITIZEN JANE + SAF- FRON A + ADAM FERRIS - $10 - AA Mercury Lounge - Retrograde with Marutyri Live and direct from The Netherlands Pressed - 7pm - Open Mic Night - FREE! FRI JUL 27TH Art House Cafe - Sundown Summer Jazz LIVE Avante Garde - Lost at Sea, Dead Fibres, The Dant Danners + more Black Sheep - Half Moon Run, 8.30 pm Black Squirrel - Pure Pressure, Tightlip, Torpor, Dogma, Power of Fear - All Ages / Licensed Carleton Tavern - 9:45 PM - helium - $ D Arcy Mcgee s - ERIC + ALEX Dekcuf - Avenue Inn, Calling All Captains, DoF and more Heart & Crown - Southbound Boots S.O.S.Fest 2018: Synth Fest w/ PSYCHE + RATIONAL YOUTH + BRUSQUE TWINS + RAAS - $15 / 19+ 7pm-11pm - Neal Kos - No Cover - AA RIVER CITY JUNCTION - $ John St Pub - 80s & 90s Dance Party hosted by DJ Jay D - 9PM Kaffe Aiken & Beggs with Sal Valley - PHANTOM ATLANTIC + REBELLE + EXCUSES EXCUSES - $10 - AA Mavericks - Pantomime EP Release w/ Service Delay, Fathom Sound, The Haig - 8PM Mercury Lounge - Wherehaus presents: Pat Boogie (MTL) - 10PM Pressed - 8pm - Slow Cooker: New Play Reading Series Vol. 2 - PWYC Rainbow - Maple Grove - 9PM South Branch - Andre Courtemanche Windsor Tavern - The Young Rochelles, NECK, The Seems SAT JUL 28TH 27 Club - Animal House: Triple Album Release Party - 9PM Avante Garde - Sunday Riot Club, Cadillac Blood, Mute City & Outrun The Sun - 7PM Bar Robo - Summertime Get Down//Intro DJ Avenue - 10PM Barley Mow Merivale - 930pm - Dance Commander - Free - AA Black Squirrel - Mushy Gushy presents Smell ya later, Kyle Woods! ft. No Aloha - 9PM / $10 - All Ages / Licensed Carleton Tavern - 9:45 gravel Foot -PM - $ D Arcy Mcgee s - ERIC + ALEX Dekcuf - Mysteria Presents: A Summer Slammer! - 9PM Dominion - TV Freaks, Uncontrollable Urge, Tommy & the Commies - 9PM Heart & Crown - Southbound Boots S.O.S.Fest 2018: Synth Fest w/ TRANS-X + DANA JEAN PHOENIX + MW + more - $15 / 19+ 7pm-11pm - Kevin Little and Darwin Demers (Duo) IRENE S PUB - 9:30PM - LE FLOFRANCO, AL- PHA TOSHINEZA, TU, IVAN, DANIEL GROLEAU LANDRY AND MARIE CLO - $ John St Pub - Eyehategod - ONIONFACE + BLVE HILLS + READY THE PRINCE - $10 - AA Lonestar Loft - East Bound Bytown Minotaure - 7:00PM - A LEVERAGE FOR MOUN- TAINS + Jumpin Joel Flash Moose McGuire s - Hardcover - 9PM Pressed - 8pm - Cam MacLean w/ LA Foster + Lola Granillo - $8 South Branch - Will Nalley - 9PM SUN JUL 29TH Avante Garde - The Maximum Chill, Personelle, Reckless 4-7PM Bar Robo - The Escapist Music + Jannelle Martin and Worn Robot - 845PM Black Squirrel - Django Fet - 9PM / No Cover - All Ages / Licensed House of TARG - 8pm - S.O.S.fest 2018: Synth Fest FreePlay Wrap Party All Synth Edition w DJ KJ- MAXX & Guests - $6 / am-3pm - Dylan Holton THE SUNDAY SESSIONS WITH CHAS GUAY AND DRIFTING BIRD - NO LIVE! ON ELGIN - 7:00PM - CABARET LIVE! - $15 - AA Pressed - 7pm - Margret w/ RAF Wilcot + guests - $7 MON JUL 30TH IRENE S PUB - 8:00PM - THE TELEGRAMS - NO - THE STATE OF ALASKA - $10 - AA Pressed - 730pm - Bluegrass Mondays w/ The Barrel Boys - $10 TUE JUL 31ST Avante Garde - The Escapist Music + Jannelle Martin, Worn Robot, The Benihanas IRENE S PUB - 9:15PM - TUESDAY NIGHT JAZZ JAM - NO Mavericks - Psychostick, Urizen, Thunderkok, Pussy Goblin - 7PM Pressed - 7pm - Trivia Tuesday at Pressed - FREE! WED AUG 1ST House of TARG - 8pm - V.O.T.P SKA NIGHT w/ MAD CONDUCTOR + THE SENTRIES - $8 before 9pm / $10 after / 19+ THU AUG 2ND Black Squirrel - Organ Eyes, Roach Clip - 9PM - All Ages / Licensed Dekcuf - This Gun For Hire, Stasis, T-Rex Marathon + more - 7PM House of TARG - 8pm - DISTERROR (Cancun Mexico Death Metal) + more - $8 / 19+ ALL STAR BLUES SHOW- CASE WITH GUEST HOST JOHNNY RUSSELL - NO FRI AUG 3RD Avante Garde - Live Tonight: Ryan Mazerolle w/special guest David Haddad - 6PM /// Cyphier, Spectroom, Noi Ya + more - 9PM Babylon - 10pm - Apollo Rising Live electro, $10 / 19+ Black Sheep - Daniel Romano s/g Charlotte Cornfield, 8.30 pm OTTAWA BEAT - JULY

12 Carleton Tavern - 9:45 PM -the Hawkers - $ D Arcy Mcgee s - DOUBLE EXPOSURE Dekcuf - Black & Bluegrass Fest 2018 Dekcuf - HMTK, Dawn Valley, Guided by Senses, Peronicus + more - 730PM WITCH MOUNTAIN + MUFFLER CRUNCH + NESSIE + CLAVIUS - $10 adv / 19+ 7pm-11pm - Dennis Brunton TOO HIP TO BE SQUARE - A HUEY LEWIS AND THE NEWS TRIBUTE - $ John St Pub - Glass-Town (OVCC Fundraiser) - 9PM LIVE! ON ELGIN - 7:30PM - PARKSIDE + MISOPIN- ION - $10 - AA Rainbow - Black & Bluegrass Fest 2018 South Branch - Christine Jakel - 9PM SAT AUG 4TH Babylon - The Brightsiders Barley Mow Merivale - 930pm - Shake the Tree - Free -AA Black Sheep - Daniel Romano s/g Charlotte Cornfield, 8.30 pm Carleton Tavern - 9:45 PM - Bloozers-$ D Arcy Mcgee s - DOUBLE EXPOSURE 80 s DANCE PARTY w DJ REMI ROYALE + THE JOHN HUGHES ORCHES- TRA LIVE - $6 / 19+ 7pm-11pm - Larry Garnett- No Cover - AA ROCKET RACHED AND THE FAT CITY - $ Lonestar Loft - The Wilderness Minotaure - Maggie s March, Gen Corrigan et William Murphy - 7PM Rainbow - Andy Timmons with Travis Larson Band - 9PM South Branch - Pat Johnson SUN AUG 5TH 27 Club - We Were Sharks, Mayfield, Settle Your Scores - 7PM Black Squirrel - Perception Check (Winnipeg) & more - 9PM / $10 - All Ages / Licensed Dekcuf - NNM Presents: Diabholico// Insufferable// Diner Drugs// Grinder - 630PM 11am-3pm - Julie Corrigan LIVE! ON ELGIN - 1:00PM - DOUBLE EXPERIENCE - $10 - AA /// 8:00PM - VIOLET BELL + KRISTINE ST-PIERRE - $10 - AA Mercury Lounge - Sunday Sessions August Long Weekend: Bryan Wolf Ear (MTL) MON AUG 6TH Black Squirrel - Moody Mondays w/ DJ Seiiizmikk (First Monday Monthly) - 9PM / No Cover - All Ages / Licensed Dekcuf - Cook Bag, Dunham nights, Stoby, A Year In Review - 7PM TUE AUG 7TH Black Squirrel - Tunesday w/ DJ Jas Nasty (First Tuesday Monthly) - 9PM / No Cover - All Ages / Licensed IRENE S PUB - 9:15PM - TUESDAY NIGHT JAZZ JAM - NO WED AUG 8TH Avante Garde - The Getaway Tour - Trend & The Skeats - 10PM Black Squirrel - Dear Freaks 2: Hell Is Other People - 9PM / No Cover - All Ages / Licensed House of TARG - 8pm - BIKE THIEFS + VILE BODIES + PEAKS - $8 / BEAUWATER BLUES + LLOYD SMILEY - $10 - AA THU AUG 9TH Bar Robo - Pout Out East - 7PM Black Squirrel - Bumpin Binary (second Thursday monthly) - 9PM / No Cover - All Ages / Licensed Dekcuf - Obliterate, Replicant, Storm Like Wolves, Iliad in Ottawa - 630PM House of TARG - 8pm - DANNY VANSCENEY + THE HAIG + SWEET ROCKET - $7 / 19+ ALL STAR BLUES SHOW- CASE WITH GUEST HOST JAMIESON MACKAY - NO - BEND SINISTER + KRIS- TIAN MONTANO - $12 - AA FRI AUG 10TH 27 Club - Play Something Country - 11PM Barley Mow Kanata - 8pm - Larry Garnett - Free/AA Black Squirrel - Positive Charge, The Carringtons & more - 9PM / $10 - All Ages / Licensed Brass Monkey - SVEN GALI - 9PM D Arcy Mcgee s - DOUBLE EXPOSURE Dominion - High Command (Worcester, MA), World War 4 + TBA - 9PM MACKENZIE RHYTHM SECTION + THE HAIG + SWEET ROCKET - $10 / 19+ 7pm-11pm - Chris Strang CLAUDE MUNSON WITH NICK FERRIO - $ John St Pub - Vicki Brittle Live - 9PM South Branch - Steph La Rochelle - 9 PM SAT AUG 11TH Babylon - 10pm - CanJam Jamaica Day afterparty, $15 / 19+ Black Sheep - Jenny Whiteley & Luther Wright & Tom Savage, 8.30 pm D Arcy Mcgee s - DOUBLE EXPOSURE Dekcuf - Mismatched Socks, Enrosa, Mute City - 7:30PM Dekcuf - Redcoat, The Fluxes, Dunham Nights and Nebraska TOP OF THE POPS LIVE w/ THE START (5 decades of British pop) + DJ GAZ - $7 / 19+ 7pm-11pm - Chris Angel - No Cover - AA IRENE S PUB - 9:30PM - LIGHT MY FIRE - A TRIBUTE TO THE DOORS - $5-19+ John St Pub - Sidepipe LIVE! ON ELGIN - 8:30PM - SIBERIAN BREAKS + THE VILE BODIES + EMPTY NESTERS - $10 - AA Minotaure - Juste du: EMO Pressed - 8pm - Paragon Cause w/ Lizzy & the Fanatics + The Pale Light Record Centre -Vinyl Release and Performance Sonny s - 9pm - Steve Muss Duo w/ Larry Garnett - Free /AA South Branch - Bloozer - LIVE - 9PM SUN AUG 12TH 11am-3pm - Dylan Holtan MUSIC WEEKLY//MONTHLY Alice s Village Cafe Carp Rd Carp ON THUs - Open Mic Art House Cafe Somerset St W THUs - Open Mic w/ Jeff Watkins Atomic Rooster Bank St TUEs - Hot Butter WEDs - Tariq Anwar THUs - Open Mic Babylon Nightclub Banks St 1st Friday - Gettin Jiggy For The Weeknd DJs Illo & Ray Ray 3rd Friday - 90 S OR BUST w/ DJs Palm D or & Pat Johnson Last Friday - SHAMELESS w/ DJs Skid Vicious & Matty 1st Saturday - BEY BEY All Beyoncé Dance Party 3rd Saturday - QUEER MAFIA PARTY Last Saturday: DRAKE NIGHT w/ DJs Laocapone & Max Zims Bread & Roses St Laurent Blvd SATs - 2pm Nebo Cafe Nostalgica Cumberland St MONs - Make Me Bad Mondays TUEs - Blue Mondays THUs Open Mic Chateau Lafayette - 42 York St WEDs - The John Carroll Show - 8pm THUs - Thursday Night Live SUNs Above the Clouds - DJ Jon Deck 10pm TUEs - Open Mic - World Famous Night Open Mic! - 9pm Fatboys - 34 Murray St THUs - 8pm - Hillbilly Hepcats Grumpy s Bridle Path Dr WEDs - Open Mic House of TARG Bank St SUNs - 9pm - Toughen Up! Free Play W/ DJ KJ MAXX & Guests $5 // 19+ Hippie s Custom Tattoos - 31 York SUNs - Open Jam 4750 Bank St WEDs - Open Mic James St Pub Bank St THUs - Unplugged Rock w/ Jamie Douglas LIVE! On Elgin Elgin St TUEs - 815pm - Open Mic TUNESday Night - Free AA/Licensed Madison s Lyon St N SATs - Live Jazz McCloskey s - 22 Victoria St - Chesterville, ON WEDs - Open Mic Jams Mercury Lounge - 56 Byward Sq WEDs - HUMP Moose Mcguire s McCarthy Rd FRIs - Clubhouse Jams Neighbourhood Pub Baseline Rd TUEs - Open Mic O Reilly s - 43 Gore St E, Perth ON TUEs - Brock Zeman & Blair Hogan WEDs - Axxcoustic Stage SUNs - Acoustic Sundays Petit Chicago - 50 Prom du Portage MONs - Jazz THUs Latin Pockets Carling Ave FRIs - Open Mic Pour Boy Somerset St W WEDs - 9pm, 19+, Open Mic with Jamie Douglas Prime Burger Baseline Rd FRIs - Live Music Savoy Richmond Rd SUNs - with MABEL BEGGS - 7pm FREE AA MONs - OPEN MIC with BIRDIE WHYTE - 830pm -12am FREE AA Smoque Shack York St SUNs - SUNDAY MATINEE with BIRDIE WHYTE - 3-6pm FREE AA Tea Party York St FRIs - Open Jam Waterfront Gastropub - 12 Bell St Carleton Place ON WEDs - 9pm - 1am - Open Jam Night 9pm - 1am THUs - 9pm - 1am - Karaoke Night 9pm - 2am FRIs - DJ Whisper 10pm - 2am 12 OTTAWA BEAT - JULY 2018

13 SATs - Acoustic Saturdays 3pm - 6pm & 9pm - 1am SUNs - Sunday Blues 3pm 6pm Windsor Tavern - 84 Main St E - Vankleek Hill ON WEDs - Open Mic COMEDY Absolute Preston St MONs Prove You re A Comic TUEs Prove You re A Comic WEDs Prove You re A Comic THU-SUN - Various Touring Comics Algonquin Commons Woodroffe Ave 07/26-7:30PM - DAVID CROSS - AA 07/28-7:30PM - TRIXIE MATTEL - AA Art House Cafe Somerset St W 07/21 - Laffé at the Café Beerocracy Somerset St W THUs - Centretown Comedy Black Squirrel Books Bank St 07/20 - Book Club Comedy - 9PM / $10 - All Ages / Licensed Cafe Nostalgica Cumberland St Every Other WED - Comedy Open Mic Clocktower Brew Pub Bank St 07/11 - Time To Laugh James Street Pub Bank St 07/25 - Above the Fray Comedy Night - 830pm LIVE! On Elgin Rue Elgin St, Ottawa, ON K2P 1L7 1st WED - DIRTY BIRDS COMEDY SHOWCASE Pressed Gladstone Ave 08/08 - Pressed - 8pm - Pressed For Laughs - $5 Pub York St Second SUN of the Month - Comedy 101 Shanghai Restaurant Somerset St W THUs - The Speak Up: Improvised Stand Up, Storytelling, Indie Improv + Swizzles Queen St MONs - Comedy Night - 830pm PWYC Wellington Eatery Wellington St W FRIs - Free Comedy Night - 930pm - PWYC Yuk Yuks Elgin St TUEs Summer Comedy Competition WEDs Summer Comedy Competition THU-SAT Various Touring Comics 1st SUN - Trevor s Pad Last SUN - Crush Improv GAMING L As Des Jeux Gatineau Boulevard Gréber WEDs - Soirée Ludo-Outaouais SUNs - Ligue Pokémon amicale Blurry Pixel Queen St MONs - Heartstone: Heroes Of Warcraft WEDs - Downtown Rumbles Carta Magica St Laurent Blvd WEDs - MTG Standard // Pokemon Extended THUs - Yugioh FRIs - Magic Booster Draft SATs - Yugioh SUN - Hour Of Devastation Comic Book Shoppe (Bank St) Bank St, Ottawa TUEs - Open D&D // MTG Standard - 6pm THUs - MTG Modern // Bank St Hero Clix - 6pm FRIs - Friday Night Magic (MTG) - 6pm SATs - Bank St Hero Clix - 12pm House of TARG Bank St SUNs - 9pm - Toughen Up! Free Play W/ DJ KJMAXX & Guests $5 / 19+ EVERY SUNDAY JULY/ AUG - House of TARG - 11am-8pm - FAMILIY FREEPLAY SUPER SUM- MER SUNDAYS - FREE / ALL AGES 07/04 - House of TARG - 8pm - THE TARG JULY Pinball Tournament - $1 entry fee / ALL AGES 07/25 - House of TARG - 5pm-10pm - S.O.S.Fest 2018 Synthesizer Meet-up - FREE / ALL AGES 07/29 - House of TARG - 8pm - S.O.S.fest 2018: Synth Fest FreePlay Wrap Party All Synth Edition w DJ KJMAXX & Guests - $6 / 19+ Kessel Run Centrum Blvd MONs - Infinity Wargaming Free Play TUEs - Casual Commander WEDs - D&D Encounters // MTG Legacy THUs - MTG Modern // STAR WARS X-Wing FRIs - Friday Night Magic Draft + Standard SATs - Royal Table Top Regiment // Dice Masters - Standard // Star Wars Destiny // MTG Commander League SUN - RPG Night Kobold s Corner Hazeldean Rd SUNs - Pathfinder Society, My Little Pony CCG and Force of Will CCG day with OPEN tables // Kobolds After Dark 6-10pm WEDs - RPG nights with Adventurer s League Dungeons & Dragons THUs - Miniature nights with Warhammer 40k and X-Wing freeplay FRIs - Friday Night Magic alternating between Draft and Standard events SATs - Dungeons & Dragons Expeditions and OPEN tables Level One - 14 Waller St MONs - Geek Trivia Multizone Gatineau Boulevard Gréber MONs - Modern Magic TUEs - Warhammer 40k // Casual Magic for begginners // Force Of Will WEDs - BMG Batman Miniature // MTG EDH Commander THUs - MTG Standard // Dice Masters/ Star Wars Destiny FRIs - FNM Draft // Board Game SATs - Yu Gi Oh SUN - Pokemon League Multizone Aylmer Principale St THUs - Board Game Night FRIs - Friday Night Magic SATs - Yu Gi Oh SUN - Warhammer Out Of The Box ROBERTSON RD UNIT 50 MONs - X-Wing Casual Night TUEs - Warmachine/ Hordes Casual Night WEDs - Discount Draft Rivals Ixalan FRIs - Friday Night Magic SATs - Rivals Of Ixalan Standard SUNs - MTG Modern Toys On Fire Riocan Ave SATs - Pokemon League Wizard s Tower Fallowfield Rd MONs - D&D // MGT - Standard - 6pm TUEs - D&D // Star Wars Destiny // MTG - Draft WEDs - D&D // MTG Modern THUs - MTG Draft + Standard FRIs - Friday Night Magic Standard + Booster Draft SATs - MTG Commander // Hour Of Devastation SUN - Hour Of Devastation // Warmachine ART Art House Cafe Somerset Street W Classes & Workshops Daily Central Art Garage - 66 Lebreton St N CURRENT: MICHAEL BELMORE - ASSEM- BLAGE City Hall Art Gallery Laurier Avenue W Current: Anna Eyler and Nicolas Lapointe void loop() CUAG - St. Patrick s Building, Carleton University Colonel By Drive Current: In Dialogue - Curated by John G. Hampton Cube Wellington St W Current: Kathy Haycock 04/17 - The Riparians Exposure Gallery Wellington St. W 07/25 - Lucia Mugica-Ruivo Foyer Gallery / Nepean Sportsplex Woodroffe Ave CURRENT: Visible Music June Harman Galerie Old Chelsea Route 105, Old Chelsea, QC 07/12 - Danielle Dumas 08/02 - Danielle Doucet Karsh-Masson Gallery Laurier Ave W 07/12 - René Price The Art of City Building Loretta Studios & Gallery Loretta Avenue North 07/28 - Suspension - Kurt Walther National Gallery Of Canada Sussex Dr PhotoLab 3: Between Friends James Wilson Morrice. The A. K. 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14 THE ISRC ARTICLE BY BYRON PASCOE THE ARTICLE S PURPOSE IS TO SKIM THE SURFACE OF WHAT AN INTERNATIONAL STANDARD RE- CORDING CODE (ISRC) IS: HOW TO GET IT, HOW TO USE IT, AND WHY THIS PROCESS IS YET ANOTHER IMPORTANT ITEM ON YOUR MUSIC INDUSTRY DIY CHECK LIST. WHAT S AN ISRC? The ISRC is the globally recognized standard numbering system for sound recordings and music video recordings. It s the 12-digit alphanumeric code that acts as a digital fingerprint for each of those recordings. No other recording will have the same ISRC, and the ISRC won t change. Spoiler Alert: As further described below, digital services and retailers use ISRCs to track and identify recordings. As an independent artist not signed with a label yet, it is your responsibility as owner of your master recordings to get ISRCs assigned to each recording and video. WHERE DO I BEGIN? To get an ISRC Registrant Code, one must contact the National ISRC Agency for their territory. Here in Canada, the National ISRC Agency is CONNECT Music Licensing Service Inc. (on behalf of Music Canada). The ISRC Registrant Code is free, and CONNECT offers a simple and quick ISRC registrant code application online. The questions asked are: 1. Do you own the master rights to the audio recordings and /or music video recordings to which you intend to assign ISRCs? 2. Are you or your company based in Canada? 3. Have you or your company previously applied for and received an ISRC Registrant code? I answered Yes, Yes and No, and within a few minutes received an noting my application had been approved. My ISRC Registrant Code was contained in the attached documentation. I received a three letter Registrant Code for audio and music video recordings. It s not ABC or GGG, but it s in that 3-letter format. 14 OTTAWA BEAT - JULY 2018 ILLUSTRATION BY DON DIMANLIG I was informed that, Using this Registrant Code you are responsible for creating and assigning a unique ISRC to each of your audio and music video recordings. Connect Music Licensing does not require you to provide a list of the codes you have assigned, as we do not keep a record of your individual ISRCs. You are solely responsible for keeping a detailed record of all of the codes you create and assign. The same ISRC should never be assigned to more than one musical work. If you are not the master rights owner, but rather are acting on their behalf, such as a manager, producer or distributor, you can seek approval from CONNECT to become a Third Party Registrant. STRUCTURING THE ISRCS If my Registrant Code was ABC, then my first ISRC in 2018 would be CAABC and my second recording would CAABC CA is the ISRC Country Code for Canada. ABC is my Registrant Code. 18 is the Year of Reference (the year the ISRC is assigned, generally the year the mastering process for the recording is finalized). The and are Designation Codes for the first two recordings. We do not need to apply for a new Registrant Code each year. Rather, we change the year of reference annually. My first ISRC in 2019 will be CAABC The audio recording and music video for a track should be assigned separate ISRCs. A new ISRC is to be assigned to each re-mix, edit or new version of a recording, or if there are multiple sound recordings produced in the same session. Regarding changes in playing time, according to CON- NECT, When there is a change of playing time musically or artistically, a new ISRC should be allocated. The recommended threshold is 10 seconds. If you have recordings which weren t assigned ISRCs, they can be provided an ISRC by the present owner of the rights to the recordings, prior to a re-release. The Year of Reference isn t the year the recording was made, but rather the year it was allocated an ISRC. If more than one person or company owns a master, there should only be one ISRC allocated, so the co-owners must decide which owner s Registrant Code to use. WHAT TO DO WITH THE ISRCS The ISRC should be embedded into all audio and video works at the final stage of audio mastering / video editing and included in all relevant documentation concerning a recording. More specifically, the person mastering your music can embed the ISRCs into the data of your master CD, and any duplicate you made of the master CD will have the ISRCs included in the CD data. The ISRC should also be included in the metadata of your digital song files. Provide ISRCs when uploading audio or video recordings to digital services or retailers. Digital distributors, such as CD Baby and TuneCore, have been given permission to assign ISRCs to recordings of their users. If a recording provided to a distributor was assigned an ISRC code by the distributor, subject to the reasons allowing a new ISRC, the ISRC stays with that recording indefinitely. WHY ARE WE DOING THIS? ACCOLADES, FUNDING, BRAGGING RIGHTS, AND MORE! Nielsen s SoundScan tracks sales of music and music video products throughout the U.S. and Canada, regarding physical and digital sales. It s also the sales source for the Billboard music charts. As such, to have a chance at making the charts, your release must be registered with Sound- Scan using your ISRCs for the individual tracks. If you don t register then your sales figures are not counted, and you remain invisible to this system. Another vital part of tracking sales is getting a UPC barcode for the album, which can be done on your own, or you can use get from your distribution partners such as CD Baby and TuneCore. SoundScan is also important and helpful for grants such as FACTOR. FACTOR s Discography Sales Calculator (Version 3.0) is mandatory for reporting release sales. FACTOR has indicated that for North American physical and digital retail sales, Clients should enter their sales numbers for North American retail (i.e. anything captured by SoundScan), but they no longer need to upload proof of these specific sales to the artist profile. Note that most digital retailers (e.g. itunes, Tunecore, Bandcamp) report to SoundScan, so you do not need to provide additional proof documentation for those sales. While the most important to-do list item is to create music you love, create that to-do list (now!), and do include this one. -- Edwards PC, Creative Law is a boutique law firm provides legal services to Music, Film, Animation, TV, Digital Media, Game, Software and Publishing industry clients. For more information and blogs, please visit Regarding music law, Byron Pascoe works with musicians and music companies to assist with record label agreements, publishing contracts, distribution deals, producer agreements, band agreements, etc Edwards PC * This blog is for general informational purposes only and is not to be construed as legal advice. Please contact Edwards PC, Creative Law or another lawyer, if you wish to apply these concepts to your specific circumstances.

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