In the March 20th episode of the Montreal Sessions we dig into the time capsule and investigate Feminism on the radio. Venus Radio origin story, a live performance and interview clip with tUnE-yArdS and an interview with Penny Pick up - past host of Cuts and Thread the Needle on the Riott Grrrl era. Tune in Tuesday 3pm -5pm
March 13th Episode Two of the Montreal Sessions Time Capsule Edition is a in depth interview with Ms. Pat Dillon Moore aka The Dreadhead aka The Empress aka Sistah P. Former host of Positive Vibes, former Station Manager of CKUT (yes, we used to have one of those) and current co host of Bhum Bhum Time alongside Angel, Storm and JD. She will dish on growing up in Montreal, her relationship with Reggae music - the many many stories she has to tell about her experiences at CKUT, the laughs and the fights.
Tune in Tuesday 3pm - 5pm or catch it on the archives.
Tune into the The Montreal Sessions throughout March for a peak into CKUT’s Time Capsule.
March 6th will kick off the month with an interview with Joan La Barbara, a great clip of who’s staying up at night with Roots Rock Reggae, a Sun Ra interview, a history of Margo Lane, bits of Rickey D’s fascinating oral history, and a spicy clip from Off The Hook which we had to shelve for a few years because it was too hot to re-air originally.
Behaviour Function Person Environment BFPE is Amanda Harvey & Andrew Gray
The February edition of If You Got Ears, will focus on a cultural cross-section of music, whether geographically, historically or politically, ranging from raves to clubs to bedroom circuit benders/knob twiddlers.
Locating an iconic song within a community, we’ll work from this center point to build genealogy of the social and cultural history surrounding the track, looking at the ways in which the frequencies of electronic music can unite us in a tonal consciousness.
“Electronic circuitry confers a mythic dimension on our ordinary individual and group actions” [McLuhan]
Behaviour Function Person Environment
If You’ve Got Ears
Andrew Gray + Amanda Harvey
Each week BfPE will thematically explore the textures and genealogies of electronic and dance music. Focusing on an acousmatic approach to track selection, in place of genre,
BfPE asks that you abandon your assumptions, to listen carefully, and create your own associations.
Week 1 - Models for Repetition: Nature and Synthesis
Montreal Sessions Celebrates Black History Month February 2018
Throughout the month of February The Montreal Sessions will be devoted to exploring various aspects of Afrocentric music, hosted by a new team each week.
**Week Four of the Montreal Sessions BHM editions is hosted by **Takeyce - Ti **
This edition will feature local and international black artists and/or
musicians who are not well-known although extremely talented. They
have also suffered in some way at the hands of injustice.
On top of that, I will be interviewing Theophile Abellard regarding
his project promoting black local jazz artists.
We have the phones open to to the audience as well to discuss varying
topics of concerns and awareness. 514-448-4013
Week Three of the Montreal Sessions Black History Month Edition Feb 20th - with your host Queen Nadine
This episode of the Mtl Sessions BHM edition is hosted by Queen Nadine, a voice you are use to hearing doing listings and greetings on Positive Vibes (Thurs 3-5pm). Queen Nadine takes over for this BHM episode dedicated to Love and Relationships. Featuring, Soul Reggae, soca, R & B Music about love. Self love, community love, parent child relationships, inter-racial relationships, love that feeds you and love that give you a bitter taste in your mouth -these are just some of the issues that will be discussed. Call in and participate 514-448-4013 TUES Feb 20th 3pm - 5pm.