Arts

Èva Morin | Fulcrum Contributor HOURS BEFORE THEIR July 16 show at Cisco Ottawa Bluesfest, five-piece Canadian indie-rock band Mother Mother dished on their favourite gig together as a band, their third studio album Eureka, and the meaning behind their animalistic cover art. Mother Mother’s lead singer and guitarist Ryan Guldemond and bassist Jeremy Page …

Èva Morin | Fulcrum Contributor Not only is Cisco Ottawa Bluesfest the biggest music festival in Ottawa, but it is, for many, the most highly anticipated event of the year. Rumors of potential headliners spark debates among friends in the early spring and the announcements in March have Ottawa music lovers waiting on the edge …

Local outdoor film festival marks 10th anniversary IMAGINE SPENDING A lazy summer evening relaxing while watching one of your favourite movies in a park, surrounded by all your friends, for practically no cost. Lucky for all of us cash-strapped students, that’s a possibility here in the city. Taking place in Dundonald Park, the Centretown Movies …

New local art exhibition challenges expectations of beauty in art “WHAT THE HECK is hanging on that light post?” I exclaimed, asking my friend sarcastically, “Is that an old ratty shirt someone just hung out in public for fun?” “Well, sort of,” she responded, the smirk on her face indicating I’d either missed a crucial …

Deep Dark Woods | The Place I Left Behind Six Shooter Records A AN INTENSELY CANADIAN blend of roots and folk, the Deep Dark Woods’ timeless melodies spread warmth like a fire on a blisteringly cold winter night. In their latest album, The Place I Left Behind, the band explores the same themes of heartbreak and …

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