Karl Fousek is an electronic musician and composer based in Montreal, Quebec. His works explore the sonorities of modular synthesis and custom audio processing software in a variety of contexts from improvised music, to generative music, to drone and minimalism. As a performer he is committed to the pursuit of a truly «live» electronic music, participating in both concerts for solo synthesizer and in group improvisations alongside electronic and acoustic instrumentation. His music has been published internationally on labels such as Limited Interest (US), Phinery (DK), Spring Break Tapes (US), Adhesive-Sounds (CA), and others; and he has been featured in concert at MUTEK, Cluster New Music + Integrated Arts Festival, The Banff Centre, Sounds Like Audio Arts Festival, Vector Festival, Akousma and elsewhere. As a collaborator Karl has worked with Roger Tellier-Craig, Devon Hansen, Yves Charuest, Nicholas Caloia, Dan Browne, and Danny Clay amongst others.
Trailblazer Rebecca Severin is putting down her scissors and picking up a different kind of needle for the month of October as the host of Montreal Sessions.
Rebecca was in the notorious punk bands TFRL (Terry Fox’s Right Leg) and the recently re-formed No Policy and San Francisco riot grrrl band Frightwig. She has been working as a costume designer for the Band Kiss amongst others. Rebecca has returned to Montreal and will be hosting the Montreal Sessions each Tuesday in October from 3pm to 5pm. It will be LOUD.
L’émission Samedi Midi diffusera directement de la foire Santé le 29 septembre, de 10h30 à 16h. Restez en ondes pour écouter Raymond Laurent et l’équipe Samedi midi, qui animeront des discussion avec la communauté de Montréal Nord et des travailleurs/travailleuses en santé publique.
Hip Hop You Don’t Stop is back with another great bunch of programming. Kicking off with a radio show on CKUT. Tune in Wed. Sept 19th from 8pm to 10pm to listen to Youth from NDG and CDN talk about the issues that affect them and the way Hip Hop addresses (or does not address) these things. The Festival takes place from Sept 19th - 23rd including a block party and film screenings in MacKenzie King Park, A bike tour of NDG & CDN, break dancing, graffiti, a barber shop competition and so much more. Hip Hop You Don’t Stop reunites rap, graffiiti, muralism, Djing, beatmaking, breakdance, streetdances, barbers, young entrepreneurs, photographers, community workers, cooks, and a diversity of humans passionate about creation and sharing.