Today marks the last session of the month with Art Not Love records. Their radio residency highlights include an interview with costume designer/film-maker Jenn Wade, a performance by Ari Swan and engaging conversations with Peggy Hogan and Charlie Twitch. Here’s what’s scheduled for their grand finale!
“Jef Barbara will be raising the quality of all of our lives on CKUT tomorrow for our last ANL Takeover! We’ll also be playing a lot of unfinished, unreleased, and potentially unlistenable material, giving you all a preview of things to come over the next few months!”
For their fourth instalment, Art Not Love is spending today’s episode speaking with their artists and friends, exploring deeper dimensions of what goes into their practice and approach. In the first hour, tune in for an interview and performance with L.A. Foster, a powerful yet soulful local force, one you may recognize from CKUT’s Venus collective. For the latter half of the program, Toronto-based Dirty Organs is in the 514 to unveil a live set over the radio waves. Be sure to check out what Art Not Love is keeping busy with when not revelling in radio.
After a scintillating second week on CKUT’s airwaves, Art Not Love returns with more local gold. Straight from the horse’s mouth: “We’re back on CKUT Tuesday, March 17th with a live performance from musical maverick, Ari Swan, and a back and forth between ¡FLIST!‘s Charlie Twitch, and Hua Li‘s Peggy Hogan!”
Art Not Love returns for their second week of sharing & airing art that is close to the label’s dark, oozing heart. In the words of Charlie Twitch, label founder, here’s what’s up…
“Today on CKUT FM we’re back on the Montreal Sessions with two new guests: familiar face Nick Schofield of Saxsyndrum, and costume designer and artist extraordinaire Jenn Wade! Tune in to 90.3fm from 3pm – 5pm EST or www.ckut.ca to hear what they have to say for themselves!”
It’s time to welcome our March curators of The Montreal Sessions to the airwaves. Say hello to Art Not Love, Montreal’s relatively new non-genre-normative label, headed by artistic savants Charlie Twitch and Peggy Hogan. This month they’ll be introducing listeners to their roster and what inspires their masochistic practices. Today, Rushing Silver will be on the phone for an interview about her music and Robby Reis, a prolific photographer, will be in studio to chat about his focus. Come for the art, stay for the love.