Vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and sound engineer Pamela Hart is our resident on Montreal Sessions this March. She’s played and performed in a multitude of projects including Montreal’s Mozart’s sister, Ledge’s Blast and with Mich Cota. She is the founder of The Forever Chorus, a 30 person feminist, queer affirming all voices chorus in Montreal. And has worked with thousands of bands in the last decade as their FOH engineer touring the world and in venues across Montreal. This month she will be approaching each week with a new theme and a new guest. Tuesday 3pm - 5pm.
Did you know that you can subscribe to all your favourite CKUT shows? In a few simple steps you can set up your music player or podcast app of choice to automatically download each week’s episode. It’s pretty easy and you’ll never miss a show!
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Suzanne Ciani created some of the most universally recognized sounds of the 70’s and 80’s for brands such as Atari and Coca Cola - And she did it all with her legendary Buchla Synthesizer.
Ciani recently spoke with CKUT about her incredible journey, how electronic music has changed since she started, and how synthesizers can be sensual, not just robotic. Read the full interview here.