Yesterday we had Pop Montreal back in our studios for The Montreal Sessions, with Roxanne Lemieux and Patric Gregoire driving the show. For those that are (somehow) unfamiliar, Pop Montreal is an annual music festival that features more the 400 artists from all around the globe and attracts more than 50 000 party people every year. We got lucky and managed to charm them into hosting The Montreal Sessions this month, during which they’ve delivered exceptional talent. Music acts Forever and Vesuvio Solo were in the house yesterday with some wicked performances, which you can catch on our archives.
Keep it locked for next weeks final episode from Pop MTL, airing on Tuesday from 3-5pm~~
Pop Montreal, who are in charge of programming The Montreal Sessions this month, featured performances by Year Of Glad and NOKO and an interview with MagicPerm on their episode yesterday. If you missed it, you can catch the madness on our archives.
The idea behind The Montreal Sessions is to give the community access to the air waves, and every month a different entity provides programming on Tuesdays from 3-5pm. Stay tuned for next weeks session, brought to you again by Pop Montreal!
Pop Montreal is back for their second week here at CKUT on The Montreal Sessions! If you were lucky enough to hear last weeks episode, you would have caught this little gem taking place in our studios. Aside from talented kids singing R. Kelly and spontaneous songs about pooping from Commander Clark, Pop Montreal’s Daniel Seligman brought us an episode with great tunes and informative talks about this years festival. If you liked what you heard, make sure to tune in today from 3-5pm to catch more folks from Pop MTL and a live performance from Heartstreets, who are a local electronic/hip-hop/R&B duo.
You can read more about Pop Montreal on their website, and catch all episodes (if you happen to accidentally miss them) on our archives~~
This month we’re lucky enough to have Pop Montreal hosting The Montreal Sessions here at CKUT! If you managed to catch yesterday’s episode, you were in for a ride. The session was hosted by Pop Montreal’s Daniel Seligman, along with his daughter Jojo. We had a full studio which included the esteemed musician (as well as author) Ohara, and Michael Felber from Urockaoke! Nantha Kumar also made a guest appearance on the show to talk about the pop-up restos that Pop Montreal are organizing this year. And as if three guests wasn’t enough, Commander Clark made a special appearance during hour two of the show to serve up some hilarious impromptu music. Full of good music, giggles, and a legendary performance of “I Believe I Can Fly” by R. Kelly, this is one episode you gotta hear.
Catch it on our archives, and stay tuned for next week~~
Sadly, today is the day that Egg Paper Factory finished their residency here at CKUT. Playing everything from folk to jazz to world to Mariah Carey, they managed to include something for every musical humanoid out there. Not to mention they had some neat voice distortions going on throughout the sessions…
These guys did one hell of a job hosting one of our most successful shows, The Montreal Sessions, the archives of which are definitely worth perusing. Don’t forget to tune in next Tuesday from 3-5pm for Pop Montreal to take the reigns~~
It still remains impossible to describe exactly what Egg Paper Factory play on The Montreal Sessions, because their musical choices span so very much. From relatively unknown experimental artists to Mariah Carey, these guys will always deliver something incredibly fun to listen to. Today we started off with some laid back country, which slowly evolved to some wicked alternative and electronic releases. Truly a quality episode. The only way to fully get the experience is to listen for yourself, which you can do by looking at our archives, or tune in on Tuesdays 3-5pm.
Keep it locked to CKUT, folks~~
Egg Paper Factory are a record label founded by Josh Boguski, Alex Bourque, Raff McMahan and Alex Lavoie in 2014, and are well worth listening to. Today they begin their residency here on The Montreal Sessions, airing every Tuesday at 3-5pm. Get ready for wicked experimental music from a myriad of different styles and more from Egg Paper Factor. If you’re lucky, you might even catch a comedic skit or two..
You can also read more about what these guys have in store for us on our website~~
It’s that time again, the last episode of our monthly instalment of The Montreal Sessions is upon us. Saturn Returns is a queer feminist collective whom you can read more about here. From a wicked live performance by Jilted-X to a series of adorable/hilarious/powerful interviews from Camp Rock kids, Saturn Returns have done an incredible residency here at CKUT and it’s more than necessary for everyone to take a listen to their journey here on our archives.
So a giant thank you to everyone involved with this month’s Montreal Sessions! We hope to see them back in our studio’s again soon. Listen up for the last episode today from 3-5pm, and stay tuned for next month’s edition with Egg Paper Factory ~~
Hey party people, got any plans today between 3 and 5pm? No? Great then you should swing by La Sala Rossa to catch a very special episode of The Montreal Sessions hosted by the Saturn Returns Collective! They’re going to be broadcasting from Camp Rock, which is an incredible place wherein young women can get together and rock in the name of empowerment and community building. Read more about it here, you won’t be disappointed. You can also learn a lil’ about Saturn Return’s powerful initiative on our website. Don’t forget to tune in or swing by for some interviews and great tunes, we’ll see you there~~
After a wicked kick off with last weeks Montreal Sessions, Saturn Returns is back with another episode today from 3-5pm with many treats in store. Saturn Returns is a feminist collective that is guided by anti-oppressive and anti-capitalist frameworks, and aim to promote welcoming spaces for accessible music creation, distribution, and performance. On today’s show, your hosts Shaun and Erika will be talking about collectives, collective feminist spaces, and their jam space collective: studio BOOBZ. They’ve also got a live performance from Jilted-X lined up!
If this sounds awesome to you, you’re not wrong. Tune in and don’t miss this week’s episode of The Montreal Sessions~~