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WEFUNK RADIO hosted the original Cold Crush Brother DJ CHARLIE CHASE for an interview and guest mix a few weeks back.
Montreal electronic punx stop by CKUT’s studio for a longform conversation about their practice, their new record “Ahora Más Que Nunca”, being tour dawgs,90’s hip hop and more.
Tune in to CKUT from 12-2pm Wednesday August 16th for more interviews from MUTEK artists and a hourlong mix from Edna King.
This week on the CKUT Sessions, Birds of Prrrey with a killer performance in the music office.
Hex P hosts a live set from Technique Nado and Rainbonite who join forces for their project Sens Unique.
Featuring interviews and music from key players at this year’s festival and forum.
Following an outstanding live performance in CKUT’s music office, Birds of Prrrey spoke with Estee about songwriting, superstitions, and superfluous labels.
Montreal-based DJ Icky Magdala with a guest dub, drum and bass, and jungle mix on Modular Systems Radio
Suoni Per Il Popolo’s month-long takeover of The Montreal Sessions continues with a live performance by Montreal’s own Myriam Gendron, who will be playing Suoni Per Il Popolo at La Sala Rosa on June 22.
Suoni Per Il Popolo Festival presents SILVER MOON X, a video/soundscape project by poet, musician, and CKUT host Stefan Christoff, FFiles host Julia E. Dyck, and Guillaume Vallée.
After Dana’s incredible Cutlass Spring performance in 2019 Alex sat down with l’artiste for a wide ranging talk.
Omar Sosa and Seckou Keita illustrate music’s ability to bridge divides and bring people together. Their innovative sound is a reminder of the beauty that emerges when we embrace our differences and work in harmony.
Listen to a clip of Mr. Eatmon giving Howard “Stretch” Carr his flowers.
CKUT’s intrepid journalist Maddy P goes to see Planet Giza – a young group who are already Montreal favorites.
On Funky Revolutions this Saturday, host Khalid interviews the great Cuban pianist Omar Sosa and the master kora player from Senegal, Seckou Keita, on their second album SUBA and the percussive and melodic roots of their music.
Thoughts and background on a recent live recording from the two artists.
Make sure you can spell anesthetized because she’ll test you on it!
With the passing of one lightly jazzy, overtly 70s-inspired song into the next, I overlayed this soundtrack onto visions of dinner parties with my closest friends and slow mornings with a loved one. My initial listen to this album brought one word to mind: love.
Tune in every Tuesday this month for Ms. Benn’s annual takeover of The Montreal Sessions for Black History Month.
A veteran of WHPK 88.5FM Chicago, Heckhammer has been taking to the CKUT waves with global metal selections.
As a trap and hiphop lover and a native to Atlanta, GA, I was extremely excited to attend the concert of Nate Husser, a Montréal born up and coming rapper.
Joe Keery has been busy. Between being a Hollywood actor in hit television series Stranger Things and pursuing his own songwriting career, he is no stranger to making his art as unique to him as possible.
From golden-age 90s house to left-field techno, garage, and more, U-Turn breaks from the monotony of uninspiring dance music.