Century Palm has announced a Canadian tour in anticipation of the release of their new EP “Meet You.” Which will release on March 10th. Century Palm was initially formed by vocalist/guitarist Andrew Payne in 2014 following the dissolution of Ketamines, a cult favorite garage-pop band founded by bassist Paul Lawton that featured 3/4ths of the eventual members of Century Palm (Lawton, Payne, Penny Clark & Jesse Locke) in one or other of its various iterations.
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Ottawa festival goers can now make their summer plans a reality, as RBC’s Bluesfest has officially announced their line-up! With Kanye West joining notable artists such as, Diplo & Skrillex, NAS, Iggy Azalea, Flight Distance, Keith Urban, Interpol, De La Soul, Edward Sharp & The Magnetic Zeros, The Gaslight Anthem, Paul Oakenfold, Marianas Trench, Lynard Skynard, Charles Bradley, The Tragically Hip, and Weird Al Jankovic, this years festival promises to give fans some of the best from every genre, past and present.
Offering a mix of PC Music’s polished and synth sounds with a touch of Trap’s ass-shaking demands, DJ Pusher is welcomed to Ottawa, debuting his incredible beats and mixes to the unsuspecting crowd. The Canadian artist has developed a sound all his own that still matches what the near-future of club music is steering towards; a sound that fits ever so nicely between Keys N Krates and the very hyped A.G.
The city of Ottawa is supposed to be quiet, regulated, and clean. It’s supposed to be populated by government officials, young families, and the elderly. Based on these popular misconceptions, the city of Ottawa is not supposed to have one of the fastest growing music festivals in North America either, but it does, and you need to be there.