CKUT Music Department volunteers chat with artists and music people.
Following an outstanding live performance in CKUT’s music office, Birds of Prrrey spoke with Estee about songwriting, superstitions, and superfluous labels.
After Dana’s incredible Cutlass Spring performance in 2019 Alex sat down with l’artiste for a wide ranging talk.
Ensemble Obiora, Canada’s newest and most diverse classical music ensemble, is preparing for their inaugural concert on August 28th.
Julia Dyck talks with bandmates (and CKUT hosts) Nick Schofield and Stefan Christoff.
Budda Blaze discusses 20 years of radio experience, beginning when he was a teen in Kahnawake.
CKUT journalist Mariam Salaymeh interviews the rap god LEGEND Tommy Wright III.
Former CKUT Station Manager Pat Dillon-Moore catches up with Jeremy, who is currently a lecturer (reggae in the digital age) at the University of West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica.
It took them about 23 hours to reach North America from Melbourne, but for a week now Quivers has been taking Canada by storm with classic Aussie optimism.
A chat with Carla Sagan about the intersection of academia and musicianship, the success of “Supermoon,” and what the band has planned for the upcoming summer.
Montreal musicians Sam Shalabi and Alexander Moskos hosted the radio show If You Got Ears in the month of December 2015. They played a game of free association – here is a sample.
A chat with The RZA, who was in town presenting a screening of his film “The Man With The Iron Fists”.
Last Sunday night, CKUT had the pleasure of sitting down in a back room of La Brique with local trumpeter/improvised music promoter Ellwood Epps.
Howard “Stretch” Carr and Faithlyn Sankar interview the one and only Jimmy Cliff on West Indian Rhythms.
In town for Festival Nuits D’Afrique, Sierra Leone Refugee All Stars performed live on the air.
Manchilde, formerly of the hip hop group The Butta Babees and past host of Ill Groove Garden, swung by CKUT after opening for Mos Def.
The experimental rock duo stopped by CKUT’s Montreal Sessions in June 2012 as part of the station’s Suoni Per Il Popolo coverage.
The King of Latin Soul Joe Bataan is interviewed by Andy Williams on CKUT.