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.
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It’s become a yearly ritual for me. All roads in early August will lead to Montreal’s Parc Jean Drapeau for a year’s worth of auditory jubilation, delectable eating and feverish festival fun. With back-to-back record-breaking years in attendance, it’s clear that Osheaga has embedded itself onto the list of North America’s premier music festivals.
French electronic group, Dirtyphonics prove that being dirty has never felt so good. With their intense bass music gaining international attention, Charly, Pitchin, Thomas and Pho are converting hard electronic music lovers into dirty party animals and redefining the blending of musical genres. “The dirty philosophy is whatever you want to make of it,” says Charly, one of the four members of Dirtyphonics.