Get to know the Indie88 hosts:
As one of Canada’s most well-known and winsome radio and TV hosts, Josie has had countless conversations with the stars of the music world, and she knows what you really want to know. Join Josie, Matt, and Carlin every morning from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. for misadventures, nonsense and for the stories and music that Toronto cares about.Visit Josie’s page.
Matt Hart is most known for his musical work under the name The Russian Futurists. The Russian Futurists gained popularity with the 2000 album “The Method of Modern Love” which boasted celebrity fans such as R.E.M., Blur and the late Heath Ledger.Read more.
Carlin’s originally from Edmonton but likes Toronto so much he calls it his new hometown. If you like bad reality TV, playing music and ice cream, he likes your style. Carlin is a huge fan of music and is proud to be part of a station that is too.
When Bookie’s on the block it’s always funn with two N’s! From the brand new band to your all-time favourite, you’ll hear em all and why they matter! You’ll rock, you’ll talk, throw in some jock and it’s GAME ON! The magic’s in the music and the music’s on Indie88.Visit Bookie’s page.
I’m Lana, nice to meet you. I’m new at Indie, but I’m a giant indie music nerd, so I should fit in fine, right? Things I like: Canadian indie music, beer, nachos, friendship, anything to do with Dolly Parton. Things I don’t like: rats with wings (pigeons), tie dye, devilled eggs, jerks. One of my goals is to have my own nachos on the Sneaky Dee’s menu (like DFA and F**cked Up did.) Here’s the order: King’s Crown, no meat, add lettuce + hot sauce. Try it. It also needs a name, help a gal out?Visit Lana’s page.
Brent grew up feeling like a city kid living a small town. Living an hour north of Toronto in Willow Beach, he came to the city weekly to catch shows. He’s very thankful that commute is over. Brent’s rarely serious; goofball comedies are his jam, and he’ll take a Rom-Com over an action flick any day. If you’re downtown and see a guy in a floral shirt you’d never wear yourself, you’re probably looking at Brent.Visit Brent’s page.
Dani is your weekend warrior, and you can catch her every Saturday and Sunday from 12-5. Dani’s been on the radio block for sometime, but recently moved back to Toronto after working mornings in Peterborough. She’s a yoga / drag / mystery enthusiast who has recently taken up improv, studying at The Second City. Dani is an advocate for mental health awareness, gender equality, and issues surrounding the LGBTQ community. And if you want to talk RuPaul’s Drag Race, you’re definitely in the right place, henny.Visit Dani’s page.