SUNDAY 7/24 @ 10AM - Shibuya Crossing: The Final Episode.

TUNE in this Sunday July 24th at 10am ET for the series finale and last episode of CJLO's pioneer Japanese music show, Shibuya Crossing.

Join SATYYY and celebrate Japanese music once more in style, as we feature the magic of the Fantasia International Film Festival on Hour One. We'll dive into the ambient and atmospheric soundscape and wake up to the music inspired and influenced from the many Japanese films screened this year at Concordia University's Hall Theatre, as well as share some of the fave films that have sparked our interest this year - from the slice-of-life to the unpredictable zombie type. It will be fun cinematic smorgasbord to devour.

The Final Hour will become up-close and personal. Feast yourselves to a digital mixtape of some great music showcased during the show's run and walk down through memory lane, as SATYYY reflects and shares some parting words on the music and memories that are dear to the host, the friends, and the global music community - from live concerts, to festivals, to new friendships forged, to fresh music discoveries, and as a gateway for many more programs of similar light to spawn right here on the radio.

In light of the festival and this final episode, you're welcome to call or text in at + 1 514 848 7471, or mention us at @CJLO1690AM on Social Media between 10 and noon Eastern Time and get the chance to win a pair of free passes for you and your buddy to see a Fantasia film of your choice, or simply to say hi and express your deep thanks for the music that has kept you company over the course of the program's long run.

With deep gratitude and appreciation for your enthusiasm and support, this unpredictable rollercoaster sonic journey draws into its final stop - after three amazing years that span 100-plus episodes, countless interviews, fun conversations, and unpredictable sonic stories, unraveling very kind of Japanese music imaginable from home and away. From J-Pop to Visual Kei. Experimental to avant garde. Canadian home-grown to internationally well-known.

But don't fret if you missed any bit of this series - as the best episodes from the past three years will be featured for the rest of the summer between now and Fall of this season. Either way, it is a sonic journey that's definitely not to miss.

Join us as we take you on a journey once more into the global crossroads of Japanese music. It all starts at 10am ET at 1690AM in Montreal, and online at​