Wednesday October 2nd
Come see Montreal's Sharing help kick off the Yips' Southern Ontario mini-tour!
SHARING (Montreal) https://www.facebook.com/sharing.mtl
THE YIPS (Ottawa, Bruised Tongue)
Doors at 9
Music at 9:30
601 Somerset St W
Friday October 4th
CHUO 89.1 FM and Café Nostalgica presents..
SWOLLEN EYES played unhinged lo-fi rock & roll madness! They have a split tape with NEW SWEARS out as well as releases on the local BRUISED TONGUE record label.
601 Cumberland St
Friday night can also mean reasonable hangs, tasty beers, and semi-quiet music. Did you know that?
Come to the Clock Tower Brew Pub for just that.
This is a PWYC event (we recommend anywhere between $5-$90).
This will also be the release of Jon's first EP, 'Intro.Outro'
Available online as a digital download or at the show as a postcard/download. Only $5!!!
"[he is] the Lil Wayne of Pop Jams"
- Jonas Bonnetta, Evening Hymns
There will also be a donation jar for the mighty Ottawa Rock Camp for Girls. Not to mention a selection of hot sauces for sale. All hot sauce sales go to the Rock Camp. Saucy! http://ottawarockcampforgirls.com/
Doors at 8:30
Patrick Shanks - 9:30pm
Jon Hynes - 10:15 pm
Yuma County - 11:00 pm
See you beauties there!
575 Bank St.
Saturday October 5th
(Hardcore punkers from Toronto)
(10 year anniversary, last show ever!!)
(Your fav local raw punx, first show with new lineup)
(New Ottawa hardcore punk assault!)
( Local Lo-Fi Freaker punk goddesses)
@ 443 kent (respect the fucking space)
5$-10$ sliding scale, doors at 8pm
Sunday October 6th
Off The Beaten Track presents the 9th Ottawa Community Record Show, Sunday, October 6th at St. Anthony’s Hall. Ton of Killer, NO FILLER, LPs & CDs. Your chance to dig for rare gems and scour for deals on great music from every genre.
The 9th Ottawa Community Record Show, Sunday, October 6th from 11 AM to 4 PM at St. Anthony’s Hall, 523 St. Anthony St. (near Preston and the 417) Admission is a mere 3 DOLLARS!!
also: DJ Billy from Hot Butter & Bank St. Bounce will be rockin' the ones 'n' twos
The 9th Ottawa Community Record Show in collaboration with CHUO 89.1 FM, CKCU 93.1 FM & Birdman Sound.
Thursday October 10th
Debaser on CKCU 93.1 FM is pleased to present:
Hand Drawn Dracula
Purveyors of Shaman beat.
"This audio administration is declaring spiritual war against bad vibes, translating visual expressions into ethereal sounds." -Weird Canada
Punk Garage Sludge
"This is a great example of the dark, noisy swamp-rock that’s been brooding in the bowels of southern Ontario recently." - Weird Canada
▲ BLUE ANGEL
The Babes of Bruised Tongue Supergroup!
Members of Boyhood, Roberta Bondar and Organ Eyes
+++ Liquid Light Visuals!
+++ Art Installations!
Door at 9 PM ▲ Music around 10 PM ▲ $7
Listen to Debaser on CKCU 93.1 FM every Tuesday from 2-3 pm for news and chat about the show, and lots of similar shit!
75 Nicholas St
Vertigo Records, spectrasonic and punkottawa.com present
VERTIGO RECORDS 10th Anniversary Party with
SNFU (Vancouver based, Edmonton raised punk, Cruzar Media recs)
AB IRATO (Montreal punk/hardcore, Man In Anger recs)
FLYING FORTRESS (Pembroke metal/rawk, Uncle D recs)
Thursday October 10 @ Mavericks (221 Rideau St.)
Licensed 19+ - 8pm doors - $15 advance + service charges
Friday October 11th
Ottawa Explosion & Kichesippi Beer presents the 6th edition of Funhouse!
Friday October 11th 2013
TV FREAKS (Hamilton, ON)
BLOOD RED (Braddock, PA)
Members of Pissed Jeans & Rambo playing ripping hardcore.
THEE NODES (Montreal, QC)
Wild, animalistic punk.
CRAIG PERU (Small Talk Stinks/Bruised Tongue) & SKID VICIOUS (Rock & Roll Pizza Party/Ottawa Explosion) will be spinning choice punk platters and new wave nightmares in the prison yard all night long!
$4 bottles of Kichesippi all night & $4 dark and stormy's made with Harvey & Vern's Old Fashioned Soda! What a steal!
Mugshots Jail Bar
75 Nicholas St.
Doors at 10 pm. $8
MIRACLES (ex - Sainte Catherines from Montreal, PQ)
FFO jean vests, back patches and folk-punk jams
FFO acid/folk/garage and feeling sticky
JONATHAN BECKER & THE WHITE DEVILS
FFO cigarettes and songs about the cold
FFO folk duos/heart
665 Bronson St
There is a lot more going on in October! Keep your eyes and ears peeled!!!