It began with a desire to help in the face of disaster. Over the past 2 years, OttawaTonite.com has grown from a fledgling blog/web site about the Ottawa arts and culture scene into a hub of community and connectedness. It’s helped to bring artists together…

On Friday, October 1st at First Unitarian Church in Ottawa, Ontario, Renée Yoxon & René Gely will be releasing their first collaborative work. LET’S CALL IT A DAY is a minimal and intimate, jazz-inspired guitar/voice duo featuring the sweet yet strong vocal stylings and compositions…

Here’s the sad truth: bands like the Polymorphines don’t really exist anymore. There are a few here and there still dishing out original hard rock, but most groups that sound like this are rehashing the tired old Zeppelin and AC/DC covers in places like the…

PRESS RELEASE – Ottawa-based singer-songwriter, L. Poushinsky, is already well known for her hallmark dramatic vibrato and rich, lyric-driven song-writing.  Self-styled, “feverish cabaret folk rock for lovers and wolves,” as she calls her material, she combines intimacy and naivety – in the French chanteuse tradition…