Coming up today on Dirty Work, we will chat with L.A Foster at 5pm! L.A. Foster will launch her debut EP "SAUDADE" this Saturday at The Emerald / bar sans nom (5295 Parc)- with special friends John Shape (Beaver Sheppard), dancer Sabine Lawless, and Toronto's Scott Hardware (fka KEN PARK). This show is an L.A. Foster / Beaver Sheppard/ Pop Montreal co-presentation!
-3 DAYS LEFT to apply- We are currently looking for WORLD MUSIC Artists!
Under the guidance of our CJLO team, you and your band will have the opportunity to record and produce an EP in CJLO's studio / host a radio special, and organize / promote a show. The residency will also offer various workshops related to the fundamentals of "behind-the-scenes" within the music industry, such as PR, Management and Touring, to name a few.
World Music? Music influenced by beats & roots from Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Europe, Central/South America and First Nations.
Residency Schedule: 3-month band in-residency programs!
Tonight we've got at jam packed edition of Hooked on Sonics! CJLO's Volunteer Co-ordinator Christina Bell will join us in-studio to recap her recent voyage to Iceland Airwaves festival earlier this month! She will share some special coverage and behind-the-scenes CJLO sleuthing into the Reykjavik music scene. Tune in for her audio goods around 6pm!
Experimental-pop project Look Vibrant were formed by Justin Lazarus and Matt Murphy. The band have now expanded, adding more harmonies, and more bounce to their hypnotic pop sound, releasing their Only Qualms EP in September 2015! Look Vibrant came by The Oven during POP Montreal 2015 to share their new sounds!
Marshia Celina is a performing artist & writer. Her latest project Reality Rap: The Digital Tape explores our inner struggles with capitalism, race, gender, and our complicated relationships with rap through a sonic catalogue reminiscent of the nineties. It's not just her content that is intriguing, but her flow & style is consistent and clear throughout her work. It pays homage to classic hip hop sounds that influenced her early years. Mars proves in her work that we can be critical without criticizing and that we all have some self work to do.