CKUT: The Montreal Sessions anti-colonial Canada Day with 23

CKUT's The Montreal Sessions
July 1st, 2008
Anti-colonial Canada Day music mix

Download the July 1st edition of CKUT's The Montreal Sessions, with a
wonderful anti-colonial Canaduh day mix!

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Every Tuesday on CKUT, 90.3FM from 3-5pm, the Montreal Sessions brings a
Montreal-based musical artist to the forefront, to highlight the rich
musical and cultural scene that the city has to offer. On July 1st, DJ
Aaron Maiden laid down a nice mix of anti-colonial themed music in
anti-celebration of Canada Day.

Local artist 23 joined us in the studio for an interview, and to drop some
of his spoken word piece live. 23 recently recorded an album with
Abdelkader "kader" Belaouni, an Algerian refugee in sanctuary at
St-Gabriel's church in Montreal. 23 spoke about his influences, his
project with Kader, and the injustices around him which drive him to
create the music and poetry he performs. For more information, check out:


Thee Silver Mount Zion Memorial Orchestra and Tra-la-la Band – Teddy
Roosevelt’s guns
Propagandhi – Oka everywhere
Propagandhi – Bringer of greater things
Marilyn’s Vitamins – How to debate a nationalist and win
Jeunesse Apatride – Cloche
Corrigan Fest – Je suis fils
The Ex – Henry K
interview with 23
Kader and 23 – Borders
Kader and 23 – Crazy free
Mos Def – Beef
Public Enemy – Bring the noise
Vox Sambou – O Haiti
Dope Poet Society – Freedom for Haiti
Boukman Eksperyans – Imamou lele
The Observers meet Mutabaruka – Dis poem burns Babylon
Rhythm Activism – Down in the mines
Greg Macpherson – Company store
Chumbawumba – Poverty knock
Clann Zu – From Bethlehem to Jenin