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Return of the Ill-Scratch-Attack!

CHRY Presents Return of the Ill-Scratch-Attack! Metro MixOff for Turntable Supremacy Friday, August 26, 1994 @ 6pm. Head to head, toe to toe, top beat creators will be showcasing their skillz and it’s free, but if you bring a canned good to be donated to the Daily Bread Food Bank, you could be eligible to win some phat! phat! prizes!

Driftwood Community Centre 4401 Jane Street (just North of Finch)

The Fifth Annual Metro MixOff for Turntable Supremacy
Bringing it Back to the Real!

Generously donated from the personal archive of Lil’ Jaz.

Upcoming Event: The Business of Podcasting

 

Upcoming Event: The Business of Podcasting

Event Agenda: Tuesday, July 26th.
6:00 Doors open/Networking
7:00 Alan Cross’s Panel on “The Business of Podcasting,” followed by Q&A
8:00 Open Floor/Networking
9:00 Doors Close

Location: Ryerson University Student Learning Centre (SLC) Sandbox : 341 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M5B 1S1

Panel Moderator: Alan Cross is an internationally known broadcaster, interviewer, writer, consultant, blogger and speaker.  In his 35 years in the music business, Alan has interviewed the biggest names in rock and is a respected a musicologist and documentarian.  He’s written four books, works as a public speaker, wrote a national newspaper column in Canada and co-hosted podcasts and served as head of Canadian Curation for Songza.

Panelist: Thrust akaChris France, is a Canadian rapper from Toronto, Ontario. He is most known for his appearance on the Rascalz’ 1998 single “Northern Touch” which also features Kardinal Offishall, Choclair, and Checkmate. Beginning from the cardboard up in 1982 as a break-dancer, Thrust’s career has touched on virtually all sides of hiphop culture. A former co-host of CKLN’s Saturday-afternoon hiphop crucible The Power Move, Thrust’s microphone mastery moved through several different tag-team incarnations – from Thrust and Supreme to KGB to a Child’s Garden of Grass – before the rapper eventually grabbed the mike and went solo.

Panelist: Big Tweeze akaAnthony Corsi. A lot of people think that Toronto’s hip hop scene starts with Drake… boy are they wrong!! Take a Toronto hip hop enthusiast (Big Tweeze) and a Toronto hip hop legend (Thrust) that want to tell that history and You get Views Before The 6… a podcast about the early beginnings of Toronto’s hip hop scene. We sit down with the pioneers of the city and talk everything for early radio, dj’s, concerts and much more on VIEWS BEFORE THE 6

Panelist: Lindsay Bess is an author and visual artist from Scarborough, Ontario, who devoted her time to Hip Hop and community radio between 1993-2005. She began as a volunteer at CKLN 88.1 FM, where she met Jemeni, then station Music Director and co-host of The Power Move Show. As Jemeni branched out in 1997 to create Droppin Dimez, alongside DJ Stache, she created the first of its’ kind in Canada: a woman-centered Hip Hop show with an all-female line up. Bess stepped up as host when Jem moved on to Flow 93.5, and shortly after joined forces with CHRY alumni DJ MelBoogie. Droppin Dimez became known as “Canada’s only all-female Hip Hop show” and continued to hold space for female DJ’s, co-hosts, creators and lovers of Hip Hop until CKLN 88.1FM finally shut it’s doors in 2011.

Panelist: Gina Kennedy is a radio host, voiceover actor, and podcaster originally from rural Nova Scotia. She came to Toronto to host her own Canadian indie rock show on SiriusXM Canada and be on-air at Indie 88.1, interviewing big Canadian music stars like Steven Page, Brody Dalle, Matthew Good and more. Nowadays, she hosts her own podcast, Radio Somewhere, a female-focused Canadian music show featuring great musicians and industry professionals alike.

 

If you would like to attend the event, please RSVP at MusicTechnology.ca. You can also email Nathalia Ribeiro at [masked] if you have any questions about this event or if you’re interested in joining our line-up of presenters at our upcoming events.

The Powermove Show 1989-2000 (1989-001POS)

“The Power Move Show” heard on CKLN 88.1 FM Saturdays 1-4 from 1989 to 2000.

DJ X has posted a couple archival shows, check them out at http://adrienking.com/the-power-move-show/

Here is some archive radio footage from The Power Move Show heard on CKLN 88.1 FM in the early 1990’s. The show features some of the following joints:

Grand Puba – Ya Know How It Goes
Black Sheep – Similac Child
Louie Rankin – Typewriter
Nas – Halftime
Common Sense – Just In The Nick Of Rhyme
Texas Roughneck
Showbiz & AG – Heard It Through The Grapevine
Brand Nubian – Punks Jump Up To Get Beat Down
Pharcyde – I’m That Type Of Nigga
Public Enemy – Welcome To The Terrordome
Redman – Time For Some Action
Diamond D – Pass Dat Shit
MC Serch – Can You Dig It
Black Moon – Who Got The Props
EPMD – Headbanger
Get The Fist Movement – Get The Fist
Das EFX – Straight Out The Sewer
EPMD – Cummin’ At Cha
Showbiz & AG – Fat Pockets (remix)

The Bigger than Hip Hop Show, Canada Day Sessions (2011-001PHO)

Canada Day Special: Maple Leaf Sessions

In celebration of Canada day, The Sound Junction show and the Bigger than Hip Hop Show @ CHRY 105.5fm came together to represent lovely.  With an open door policy the team invited emcees down to the station for four hours of none stop boom bap.  Rolling through was Spek Won, Wolf J, Daneo, SKI, Smash Bros, Promise, New Breed MC, Die-Rek, DJ Romeo, Nyce Touch, DJ Versatile, Lord Quest, Controversy, and Theo 3

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