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Friday June 23, 2017
The Husband and wife Co-founders of Montreal band The Dears share stories about being one of the first Canadian indie bands. After almost 20 years, they are now set to release their 7th studio album called 'Times Infinity Volume Two.'
Friday June 16, 2017
Producer Frank Opolko and Host Nantali Indongo are at it again. This time, they share their personal picks to include on your summer vacation mixtape. Listen to this show on the road with the windows rolled down and the stereo blasting!
Friday June 09, 2017
Robert Everett-Green was The Globe and Mail's music critic when he decided in 2012 to move to feature writing. He now writes a cultural column called 'On Montréal'. Last month he published his first novel called 'In a Wide Country'.
Friday June 02, 2017
Audio Musical Memories and Stories: Artists Sundus and Tamara Abdul Hadi with their mother Sawsan Al-Saraf
As individuals, Montrealers Sundus and Tamara Abdul Hadi, and their mother Sawsan Al-Saraf create art internationally from Beirut to Baghdad, from Amman to Montreal. Today a conversation about their special family project 'Generation'.
Friday May 19, 2017
Summer music festivals are just around the corner! Producer Frank Opolko and Host Nantali Indongo are back behind the microphones with their festival wish list. Artists they'd love to see at a Quebec festival. Food trucks are optional.
Saturday May 13, 2017
Audio My Playlist: Matt Zimbel
Stories and music by a man passionate about the arts in this country. Since the 70's, Matt Zimbel has worn many different hats in the world of culture - his 'artistic' efforts have been acknowledged with an assortment of Juno, Gemini, and Actra awards!
Friday May 05, 2017
Keeping the oral tradition of storytelling alive in Montreal, Confabulation celebrates seven years! Founder Matt Goldberg, and perfomer, Nisha Coleman talk about the cathartic art of real-life storytelling.
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