Ora Cogan has just released her new album Crickets & joins us fresh off the road to host the Montreal Sessions every Tuesday from 3-5pm in December. Her music inhabits a place between psych folk & dream pop, but her taste in music is as unpredictable as the winter sea! This session will feature live performances, interviews and an excursion through the archives of witch-house, post-punk, electronica, archaic folk and experimental music. Expect obscurities of all sorts!
IF YOU GOT EARS/LOVE DANCING Throughout the month of December, we will be speaking with four Montrealers who have remarkable dancefloor presence about what special ingredients can make or break a night out. Your host Zoe (aka Dj Frog) explores the relationship between person and party. Tune in from 12-2PM every Wednesday to find out why we love dancing!
Art by Alexa Hawksowrth
Nous recevons Nesrine Bessaih et Lorraine Fontaine de la collective La CORPS Féministe qui s’attarde à la traduction et l’adaptation en français de Our Bodies, Ourselves. Ensuite, on pose un regard sur le mouvement #moiaussi avec les points de vue de Nancy B. Pilon, enseignante, auteure et directrice du Collectif Sous la ceinture : Unis pour vaincre la culture du viol, ainsi que celui de Marlihan Lopez, agente de liaison au RQCALACS et co-vice-présidente de la FFQ. Soyez à l’antenne de CKUT pour 60 minutes de radio féministe!
Blue Skies Turn Black was founded in 2000 by Meyer Billurcu and Brian Neuman. In the early days, the company operated as both a record label and a promotion company. In 2007, however, the label ceased operations so that BSTB could shift its primary focus on concert promotion. A decade after its first humble event–a DIY screening of Fugazi’s film ‘Instrument’–Blue Skies Turn Black has become an essential fixture in the Montreal musical landscape, having worked with a wide array of international and local artists in venues of all sizes throughout the city. Its team of employees continue to strive to find exciting up-and-coming bands while also concentrating on the hundreds of bands and artists the company has cultivated relationships with over the years.
Tune in every Tuesday 3pm - 5pm or catch it on the archives.