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Tuesday @ 9:00pm: Aasari King interview on The Trend!!!

THIS TUESDAY AT 9PM - Tune into The Trend as Camille and Krystal interview Montreal artist/rapper/singer/song-writer/ Aasari King! He recently released his EP, Birth of Aking: a smooth mix of R&B, hip hop and pop!

The Trend is a talk show where two sisters come together, and share their opinions on various trending topics. Within the hour we provide a full dose of entertainment whether it is through music or talk spots- Listen live every Tuesday from 9-10pm.


#CJLOxSuoni: Today @ 4pm: Interviews with Willy Mitchell & Sipreano: curator of Native North America vol. 1

Tune into a special episode of Beyond the Black Rainbow today at 4pm, guest hosted by CJLO's World Music Director Kelly Belfo! We will be talking to some very special guests that are in town for the Suoni Per Il Popolo Festival- singer-songwriter Willy Mitchell and Sipreano, AKA Kevin Howes, curator of the Grammy nominated Native North America Compilation Vol.


#CJLOxSuoni: TODAY AT 10AM - DJ KAZUKI KOGA ON SHIBUYA CROSSING!

Tune in to Shibuya Crossing today, June 5th, as Montreal-based DJ Kazuki Koga joins us in conversation to talk about music, the city, his interests, and more - as the annual Suoni Per Il Popolo Festival continues to roll, where he will be performing with FLUCT, Ylang Ylang & Cosi e Cosi, Nothinge, & Ssurfacing this Friday June 10th at La Vitrola.


Tonight @ Sala Rossa- Suoni Per Il Popolo and CJLO's Impossible Music present Wolf Eyes: #CJLOxSuoni!

Michigan based post-industrial, noise juggernauts Wolf Eyes perform at Sala Rosa TONIGHT, June 4th, alongside local acts No Negative, blankets and Urplapse as part of Suoni Per Il Popolo's kick-off weekend- CJLO's Impossible Music is stoked to co-present! Over their 20 year long career and dizzyingly versatile discography, Wolf Eyes have managed to retain their signature sound while venturing into diverse generic forms.


Saturday @ 1:15pm: Willie Thrasher Interview on Beat The World: #CJLOxSuoni

Tune into Beat the World this Saturday @ 1:15pm as Sugarface Nene and Neil Lalla interview Willie Thrasher: a talented Canadian Inuit musician based in Nanaimo, B.C. where, when not playing festivals like Levitation Vancouver, he performs as a city sanctioned busker with his partner Linda Saddleback! Born in Aklavik, Northwest Territories, Thrasher was taken from his family at the age of five and sent to a residential school where he was forbidden to practice his Inuvialuit culture, a shameful initiative by the Canadian government to assimilate Indigenous people into mainstream society. Music was a way for Thrasher to e


Today @ 4pm on Audio Penpals- A live band performance from The Centre for The Arts in Human Development!

Today @ 4pm on Audio Penpals- A live band performance from The Centre for The Arts in Human Development, as they celebrate 20 years of Creative Arts Programs for people with disabilities.

Tune into CJLO's Audio Penpals today at 4pm for a live performance by singer Chiara Cortese, Emmanuel Alescio on the drums and music therapy intern Annabelle Brault! They will perform two live songs recently debuted at Through Our Eyes - a vernissage for The Centre for the Arts in Human Development's Spring Art show.


Today @ 5pm- Champions of the Local Scene and Creators Chorus present Fringe For All highlights

TONIGHT from 5 to 7pm, Saturn de Los Angeles from CJLO's Shibuya Crossing on CJLO and Jess Glavina from CJLO's Creators Chorus present a collection of highlights and interviews from Festival St-Ambroise Fringe Montréal / St-Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival's Fringe For All!! Some of the interview guests for tonight include: Executive & Artistic Director Amy Blackmore, General Manager Geoff Agombar, Holly Greco, Jacob Greco, Théâtre Kata, Moxy Scallywag and more!


Today: Syd Perry on World Beat News (12pm) + Saturday on Anatomy of Caribbean Music (8pm)

Today at noon, Syd Perry will stop by the studio to talk to Gee Weekes on World Beat News. He will be back again on Saturday for Anatomy of Caribbean Music (Saturdays 8pm-10pm), so take note!


Kid Congo Powers Interview on The Go-Go Radio Magic Show, live broadcast from Bar Le Ritz pdb: Friday 6-8pm

Tune in tomorrow night (Friday) for a special episode of The Go-Go Radio Magic Show (6-8pm), which will be coming to you live from Bar Le Ritz PDB (179 Jean Talon O.), in anticipation of The Kid Congo and The Pink Monkey Birds show with The Adam Brown opening. Prince Palu and Oncle Ian will be getting your ears ready for a prime night of music and psychedelic shenanigans- bringing you interviews with Montreal's own Adam Brown and the legendary Kid Congo Powers himself (a


Champion of the Local Scene: Strange Froots' Radio Special + Special Guests

Re-listen to a JAM-PACKED edition of Champions of the Local Scene as Strange Froots, our On Rotation Hip Hop Resident, gets to host their very own radio show! Hear conversations about alternative hip-hop identities, social deviance, and the queer/urban intersections - with special guests: Lucas Charlie Rose, C'nee Starlette, Marshia Celina, Navid a.k.a. Boih, and Gayance!


Today @ 5pm: Slax Trax interviews Towanda

Coming up today at 5pm on Slax Trax, Zach will chat with Montreal's Towanda, who release their latest album Plaything this Thursday at Brasserie Beaubien (73 Beaubien E.) with Leniton (members Towanda), BiG SiSSY, Five Eyes, and Heathers...


May 15th & 22nd: The Best of Next Music from Tokyo on Shibuya Crossing with DJs SATYYY and Lawrell!

Tune in to CJLO on Sundays this May as our two resident Japanese music enthusiasts share with you their favorite artists, songs, and moments from the Land of the Rising Sun's vibrant indie music scene, as the annual Next Music from Tokyo concert series gets underway for its eighth edition this spring!

Established and managed by Steve Tanaka since 2010, this completely DIY tour invites Canadians to discover a unique Japanese music experience like no other. Steve explores and scavenges Tokyo's live houses, concert halls, and bars to find the best undiscovered indie talent, curates the best acts, and invites them to perform to eager and curious Canadians.


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