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Miss Dupré Latour hosts the reining Queen of Canada Drag Race Season 3 Gisèle Lullaby on her show You bet’her as part of CKUT’s Transforming The Airwaves Project.
Since starting out as a volunteer in 2003, Alex has spent extensive time in our Music Library and has some great picks to share.
Pro-V from All Da Way Live brought the legends Rainmen by the station on a Saturday to bless the music office with a mix of stone cold classics and new jams.
DJ Static and Professor Groove began broadcasting WEFUNK to Montreal in 1996. In ’99 they began webcasting and archiving their shows online for the whole world to hear.
Tess discusses her favourite albums from the CKUT Music Library, from Broadcast’s Tender Buttons to Cocteau Twins’ The Pink Opaque!
An interview with Rufo Valencia and DJ The Most High from CKUT’s Latin Music Mondays.
Sheenah Ko wowed us with a collection of intimate and powerful solo versions of tracks from her two most recent releases.
Legendary Jamaican playwright and comedian Oliver Samuels catches up with old friends Sista P, Angel, and Stretch.
Thanya Iyer came by the music office for a supremely relaxed performance in the last days of summer 2022.
Sista P chats with filmmaker Henri Pardo and educator Keith Riley about the film Dear Jackie and how it relates to racism in Montreal and beyond.
Marlaena shares her musical influences from the CKUT Music Library, from Sarah McLachlan to The Breeders!
This July, CKUT fam Ms. Benn is hosting her show “Heal Black Girl, Heal” on The Montreal Sessions every Tuesday from 3-5pm and digging music from our library.
We had the pleasure of having Paul Cargnello and The Truth in the CKUT music office for a live performance.
Wayne Tennant visits the CKUT Music Office and performs live on The Weekend Groove, hosted by Mikey Don.
The Morning Detour’s selection for CKUT Sessions is from Trinidad, WARRIOR EMPRESS.
Martin Albino and the youngest member of Savoy Steelpan, Onelia Baptiste Cropper, live on Bhum Bhum Tyme.
Angela Amarualik swung by Nipivut to chat about picking up the ukelele, playing for her sisters, and her commitment to the Inuktitut language.
Shoelace braved the summer heat to play us a few songs for The CKUT Sessions.
Saali stopped by Nipivut to promote some new songs and chat about the inspiration behind them.
Ora Cogan stopped by CKUT’s The Montreal Sessions to share her sonic space of shoegaze, psych-folk and dark-wave with us.
King Ayisoba came on Basabsa Soukous Soukous Sounds the other day to chat about the kologo, his Canadian tour, and his grandfather’s voice with a few songs thrown in as well!