Best of the House of Strombo Sessions

George Stroumboulopoulos revisits some of his favourite sessions that filled his Toronto home with sound and conversation. It all began when Dilly Dally turned up. Along the way, there were icons like the Cult, game-changers like Jazz Cartier, midnight shows with Hannah Georgas, daytime distortion with the Kills and an inimitable banger courtesy of Arkells.

Best of the Strombo Show: Zane Lowe and Dilly Dally

Zane Lowe of Apple Music’s Beat 1 radio in an exclusive Canadian conversation and an intimate performance from Toronto noisemakers Dilly Dally.

Arkells & Chantal Kreviazuk

Arkells delivered the Morning Report with a full-blown House of Strombo session, featuring an afterparty of Motown classics. Chantal Kreviazuk joined George for an in-depth conversation, tickled the ivories and debuted her rendition of Radiohead’s “Daydreaming.”

Strombo Sessions Special

George Stroumboulopoulos revisits some of his favourite sessions that filled his Toronto home with sound and conversation to celebrate music. In a special episode of wall-to-wall soundtracking, the artistry ranges from Father John Misty covering Leonard Cohen to Mix Master Mike’s MCA tribute mix; Courtney Barnett to Death From Above 1979; Saul Williams’s free thinking to Scott Weiland’s rendition of David Bowie’s “Jean Genie.” Also, we debut Collective Soul’s Led Zeppelin cover and Chelsea Wolfe’s haunting session.

The Kills – Best of the Strombo Show

The Kills brought their sweaty show into the House of Strombo for a full-blown, electric performance to celebrate their fifth record, Ace & Ice. Also, Chloe Charles performs an acoustic session, covers Prince.

Best of the Strombo Show: Saul Williams & Corb Lund

Saul Williams honoured his relationship with Paris and Corb Lund jammed in the House of Strombo.

Pure Canadiana

In our annual special to honour the diverse sounds of this nation, George Stroumboulopoulos spins the best Canadian songs. By Divine Right and Jim Bryson both drop in for intimate sessions. Peaches, Carole Pope, Joel Plaskett, K-Os and more share their choice for the most criminally underrated Can-Con classics.

Cheap Trick, Laura Sauvage & The Range

Cheap Trick reminisce through their storied career with George. Montreal’s Laura Sauvage delivers her slacker strums and The Range transforms the kitchen into a dance party.

Hannah Georgas & Nergal of Behemoth

Hannah Georgas unravels songs from For Evelyn in an exclusive midnight session. Nergal, the leader of of death metal lords Behemoth, opens up about health, faith and his upcoming country-blues album.