Sessions

Lots of awesome bands have recorded live sessions at CJLO over the years! Check out our latest featured sessions here or view the complete list.


NOBRO Live @ CJLO

NOBRO, "a power trio doompop babegang" based in Montreal, stopped by The Oven Studio at CJLO recently... Check em out at POP Montreal- Sept 22nd! #CJLOPopSessions

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Wake Island Live @ CJLO

Wake Island dropped by The Oven Studio recently- check out the electronic rock duo at Pop Montreal this week! #CJLOPopSessions

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Nightwitches Live @ CJLO

Nightwitches brought the doom to CJLO recently, blowing the roof off of The Oven in the process. This two-piece has been tearing it up as of late and we're super stoked to present this session recorded live to air on CJLO's Slax Trax hosted by Zack Slax!

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Smokes Live @ CJLO

Smokes stopped by The Oven Studio at CJLO during Pop Montreal week to perform a dynamic, emotional set. The Montreal locals have gained a dedicated following over the past few years, and recently released their first full-length record, Zone Eater.

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Look Vibrant Live @ CJLO

Experimental-pop project Look Vibrant were formed by Justin Lazarus and Matt Murphy. The band have now expanded, adding more harmonies, and more bounce to their hypnotic pop sound, releasing their Only Qualms EP in September 2015! Look Vibrant came by The Oven during POP Montreal 2015 to share their new sounds!

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No Aloha Live @ CJLO

No Aloha is four chill dudes from Montreal who write sick pop tunes influenced by garage rock and psych. They played a couple of shows at this years Pop Montreal, so we decided to invite them by for our Pop Montreal sessions series. These tracks are a good ol' gritty time. They go down smooth, like a 6 pack of cheap beer on a hot sunny day.

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By Divine Right Live @ CJLO

*By Divine Right is currently celebrating their 25th Anniversary as a band! You can get a taste of their wealth of tunes over at their bandcamp site. Happy Birthday from CJLO Montreal!*

Denis from Dirty Work writes a love letter to the Toronto indie rock legends:

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