1. Pony Girl’s new video is oddly sexy

    The ponies are at it again! Pony Girl, who have made a ton of headway since their debut album, Show Me Your Fears was released in September 2013. Their live performances have been astonishing audiences in Ottawa, Montreal, and surrounding areas, and now, they’re headed on tour to the east coast to capture the maritimes under their spell, too.

  2. Victoire’s Birds of North America

    Victoire’s Birds of North America It is not often that you can slip on a dress and feel as though it fits perfectly even before you look in the mirror. The dress hugs the curves of your body, and the material feels like quality, but to be reassured you still turn and take a look. Read more.

  3. Bluesfest in review – the most awesome and the least awesome

    We’ve had a few weeks to digest the ten days of Bluesfest mania. As expected, we’ve heard some mixed reviews of the festival this year, but here we try and establish what is important to patrons and how Bluesfest either met the criteria or fell short. Festival goers, however, are a blend of personalities who share a common landscape in the name of live music. For many, the names on the lineup and the quality of sound are the most meaningful qualities. For others, it’s the experience, plain and simple. So we opted to focus on the experience: the performances (stage presence, production quality, etc), the vibe among the fans and the reception of the crowd.

  4. Somewhere in Hull

    Just like trying to decide on what to watch on Netflix, it’s difficult to choose a place to grab a pint.

  5. Street style – Bluesfest pt. deux

    The second half of the festival proved to be very very stylish. Perhaps it’s because many of these faces are actually musicians, and musicians are often the most stylish of peeps.

  6. Herd Chapters: Bosveld

    Meet Bosveld. They’re a future-folk band going on tour on their bicycles across Ontario. They leave July 17th.

  7. Street Style – Bluesfes pt. un

    ast week we ran into a lot of stylish people at Bluesfest. Festival style often manifests as eclectic yet laid back, and that’s just what we saw on the grounds.