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Hervana w/ Nancy Pants & Heathers- Club Lambi April 9, 9pm

CJLO 1690AM & Femmes Fatales Montreal present:

Hervana    an all grrrl Nirvana cover band from Toronto

Nancy Pants      a dirty pop trio from Montreal

Heathers   dark sequin grunge from Montreal

APRIL 9 ~ 9pm Club Lambi ~ 4465 St Laurent ~ $10

CJLO DJs: Riot Grrrl / NO WAVE / Punk / GRUNGE


Oven Open House today w/ Caro Diaro (Maicamia) & Bring-your-own-Vinyl Event

CJLO 1690AM Open House- Oven Studio re-Launch

APRIL 7 ~ 3 – 9pm at CJLO: 7141 Sherbooke West- CC-430, H4B 1R6

CJLO 1690AM wants you to come over!

It's great to have a winter project and at CJLO - 1690AM we've been busy renovating, revamping, and acoustically treating The Oven Studio at CJLO!

Now it’s time to have our friends come over and check it out!

We invite you to come have a coffee/ snack & see what’s up at CJLO!


Ghostface Killah- Exclusive Interview Today on Something For The Radio- 3 - 4pm

CJLO is stoked to have an exclusive interview with Ghostface Killah- talking all about his show Friday night, April 3 at Theatre Telus- brought to you by Champagne Productions! Tune into Something for the Radio between 3 and 4pm today! We'll be playing the interview towards the end of the hour and announcing the winners in our Ghostface Killah/ GZA/ Cappadonna contest.


Jessie Ware in Montreal - Apr 3 - @ Theatre Corona CJLO Giveaway & Coverage

British songstress Jessie Ware will be in town Friday, April 3 at Theatre Corona and CJLO is pleased to be covering the event-- stay tuned... and in the meantime to win a pair of tickets- Text CJLO- 514-848-7471: "Jessie Ware", your name, and a number between 1 to 100! Winners will be contacted Fri Apr 3 at noon. If you can't stand the suspense, get your tickets here!


Friday: The Commonwealth Conundrum interviews Public Service Broadcasting

On Friday 3rd April, 5pm, The Commonwealth Conundrum Show will be interviewing one of their favourite new British bands, Public Service Broadcasting. PSB's uniquely spell-binding live AV Transmissions see them weave samples from old public information films, archive footage and propaganda material around live drums, guitar, banjo and electronics as they teach the lessons of the past through the music of the future beaming our past back at us through vintage TV sets and state of the art modern video projection devices.


Fatal Attraction: Today @ 4pm- Interview w/ band: V for Escargot

This week on Fatal Attraction, Patricia will be interviewing indie rock band "V For Escargot".

The band features Philippe Petit providing lead vocals and playing rhythm guitar, Daniel Desjardins on guitar, Guillaume Fecteau playing drums and keyboards, Mathieu Leduc-Bouchard on bass and the lovely Raya Star's singing.

Their next show will be on April 11th at L'Escogriffe Bar Spectacle, and they will be performing with the Reverie Band!


Filmmaker Ara Ball on Champions of the Local Scene: 6pm tonight

Tonight on Champions of the Local scene: local filmmaker Ara Ball will be talking with Host of 'Psychic City' Abby about his latest film Le Pedophile which premiered at this year's SXSW!


Tomorrow at 9 am: Festival International du Film sur L'Art founder René Rozon interview on At The Movies Extra! Plus- FIFA Contest!

Tomorrow at 9 am on a special edition of At The Movies Extra with Iconic Sounds- the team will interview Mr. René Rozon, founder of Festival International du Film sur l'Art. They will discuss the history of ART-FIFA, what is special about this year's edition, and make some festival picks. They will also discuss the festival's residency at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and play some samples of the soundtracks that are in store for festival goers. CJLO is pleased to collaborate with FIFA on a contest to win tickets.


At The Movies: The Breakfast Club is 30: Tues at 8am! Plus: The Golden Ticket Award winners list

The Breakfast Club was released 30 years ago this year! Tune into a special episode of At The Movies with Iconic Sounds, this Tuesday at 8-9 am to hear the classic's review from our team's point of view. Does this film hold up 30 years later? Do the character archetypes of a brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess, and a criminal translate for teenagers today? Tune in to find out!

Also, At The Movies handed out its own prestigious cinema awards recently: The Golden Ticket Awards...

Here is the recap of the winners!


Hip Hop Week Montreal on Champions of the Local Scene: #LECYPHER & No Bad Sound Studio w/ KTStress LIVE: 6pm Wed!

We are excited to have a special Hip Hop Week MTL edition of Champions of the Local Scene: Wed March 18, hosted by Sugarface Nene! We will be talking about the highlights of this week-long festival (March 15-21); which include workshops, discussion panels, and performances (+lectures) by headliners Jean Grae and Rakim as well as a prolific line-up of local Montreal artists. We will be talking live with the crew behind the monthly #LECYPHER: Live Hip Hop & Soul Jam at Le Bleury Bar.


Scott McCaughey Interview Friday on CJLO

Scott McCaughey's The Minus 5 initially started out as a side project, acting as an outlet for songs he wrote while in the Young Fresh Fellows, but that didn't quite fit the sound of his principal band. Formed in 1993, with the notion that every album released would feature a different cast of musicians, McCaughey assembled Peter Buck of R.E.M., and Jon Auer and Ken Stringfellow from The Posies to record 1995's debut album Old Liquidator.


Best of the West talks "Breaking Up Broken Down" with JP Maurice

A special edition of Best of the West (March 11 @ 9am) will feature an interview with Victoria based musician JP Maurice. JP was recently involved in a mockumentary shoot for a project called Breaking Up Broken Down about three musicians who go on tour in Europe and basically break up over the course of the series (four episodes). JP did the music for the series, which was filmed across his first tour of Europe.


Art Matters team on Champions of the Local Scene: Today at 6pm!

Today on Champions of the Local Scene- Abby from Psychic City will be talking all things Art Matters with team members Laurent Viau-Lapointe and Edwin IsfordThe 15th edition of Art Matters festival is happening March 7-21 across various spaces in Montreal.


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