Hari Kondabolu is a comedian and writer based in New York City. His humor often centers on social issues such as poverty, racism, and a rejection of racial stereotypes seen in media. Hari has performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham and John Oliver’s New York Standup Show. His Comedy Central Presents half-hour television special debuted on the network in February 2011.
This event is presented by CKUT, QPIRG-McGill, and QPIRG-Concordia.
Centre culturel Georges-Vanier
2450 Workman (near Notre-Dame & Atwater)
2 minutes from Lionel-Groulx metro
doors at 7pm; show begins at 8pm
Alcohol will be sold on site.
With DJ Swan from CKUT's Freekick Radio and other local DJs.
Advance tickets are $5, available via CKUT, QPIRG Concordia or QPIRG McGill; $7 at the door.
Wheelchair accessible. For free childcare, contact 514-848-7585 before September 6.
www.ckut.ca / www.qpirgconcordia.org / www.qpirgmcgill.ca
info/media inquiries: 514-848-7585
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Tune in to Jazz Euphorium on August 24th 2011. Lawrence Joseph will be hosting the programme
live from the Sala Rossa where the Murray Street Band will be blowing the roof off in celebrations
of the ensemble's 25th anniversary.
Founded and guided by drummer/artist extraordinaire John Heward,
the Murray Sreet Band celebrates improvisation in its most free and intuitive forms. Over the years
the MSB has served as both a training ground for some of Montreal’s most accomplished improvisers,
and a setting for established musicians to explore their more experimental impulses. Members of the
MSB have come from backgrounds in puck, rock, jazz, world music, new music and everything betwixt
and between, unified only by a willingness to stretch their music horizons collectively and sympathetically.
Over the years the MSB has grown from a midsized ensemble to its present strength of over ten members,
making it one of the largest free improvising ensembles around.
LISTEN to the program, the first hour features recorded music by John Heward
and the second hour is live from the Sala Rossa
Special Focus Broadcast on Syria on CKUT 90.3FM
Date: Thursday, September 1st
The Collective for Syria is an initiative of Syrian-Canadians and their allies working in support of the popular, nonviolent uprising for freedom, justice and democracy in Syria. We are not aligned with any political party or ideology but support the legitimate demands of the Syrian people for dignity and freedom for all. For more information: csmtl.org
Yeah, you read that right.
Tune in every Tuesday this month from 3-5pm to hear our latest artist-in-residence Cadence Weapon take over the airwaves. You can expect live DJ sets with a little bit of an 80s KISS FM mastermix vibe going on. Stripped down sets by the artist himself are a strong possibility.
YOU can still listen after the fact by going to the ARCHIVES
en franç ci-dessous
Radio CKUT's totally bilingual Summer Radio Camp is now in it's third year and unveiling 2 new and exciting options for campers.
With CKUT Radio Camp, you will get the chance to try on, try in, and try out the world of radio! In collaboration with CKUT*, McGill University's community radio station, we have designed a one week intensive program to introduce you to this fascinating medium of communication!
How does radio work? And a sound studio? How is the musical programming chosen? And the interviews with celebrities? Answers to all these questions and more, and intense activities are all programmed into this great camp! To be sure the experience is interesting for everyone, 10-13 year old and 14-17 year old will have their own groups and the camps will be held in alternating sessions. Also, the Radio Camp gang (max of 10 registrations per session!) will finish their week by participating in a live CKUT broadcast!
New this year : Check out our 2-week long intensive radio camps for teens!
Camp Radio CKUT, un camp bilingue, est maintenant dans sa troisième année! Le camp dévoile 2 nouvelles et excitantes options pour les passionnés du radio.
Avec le Camp Radio CKUT, vous aurez la chance de découvrir le monde de la radio! En collaboration avec CKUT, la station de l'Université McGill de radio communautaire, nous avons conçu un programme intensif d'une et deux semaines pour vous faire découvrir ce milieu fascinant de la communication!
Comment fonctionne la radio? Et un studio d'enregistrement? Comment choisit-on une programmation musicale ? Et les interviews avec les vedettes, comment les réalise-t-on? La réponse à toutes ces questions et beaucoup d'autres informations ainsi que des activités intenses sont au programme ! Afin d'offrir une expérience intéressante pour tous, les 10-13 ans et le 14-17 ans auront leur propres sessions qui seront offertes en alternance. De plus, la gang CRC (un max de 10 inscriptions par session !) terminera sa semaine en participant à une émission diffusée en directe sur les ondes de Radio CKUT 90,3 FM !
Nouveau pour les 14 à 17 ans: 2 sessions spécialisés de 2 semaines!
Pour en Apprendre Plus
Prisoner Justice Day falls on August 10th. August 10th is a day set aside to remember all the men and women who have died unnatural deaths inside Canadian prisons, and to remember all those who remain in prisons today and the conditions they face.
The drawing in this poster was produced by prisoner, Peter Collins.
For archives of all the prisoner justice programming, go to CKUT's programming grid and listen to last week's En Profondeur and Off the Hour, or check out mediacoop.ca
With our friends at the Harvey Christ Radio Hour taking some time to cleanse their souls ESL will be broadcasting an extra show this month. join recently departed host neil as he broadcasts from his new home and explores his 3 week journey across canada in a 4-door VW Golf.
On tap we will hear captured sounds ranging from boat rides in toronto to the street performers of vancouver. neil will make the argument that the praries are not flat, throw in some fun facts about canada, sprinkle in a run in with the rcmp and speak of the tragedies of hitting a deer. travel partner jesara will dj canadian road trip songs and together they will read from their blog: potholesandroadkill.
So sit back and laugh at someone else's travels, it all goes down this tuesday from 11-midnight EST, 8pm if you are in vancouver.
Come out to the magic sound mountain on Saturday July 23.
for a sound installation beneath a canopy of trees in the forest
beside de Belvedere Kondiaronk Lookout atop Mount Royal. Follow
signs for the Magic Sound Mountian or follow the sounds of whispers
and reverberations coming from 10 discrete diy speakers places
in the forest. Ten sound artists will be presenting single and multi channel compositions.
There will be two presentations one at 3pm the other at 7pm
PROGRAMME OF AUDIO PIECES:
Invisible Audio: Nature is becoming invisible and is replaced by visible disposable products. For the piece, speakers will be put in and around a fake tree placed in the middle of nature. Fabricated or Real ? Machinery or Humanity? Questioning the role of us as a community where nature is becoming a commodity in neighborhoods to suit the trends and needs of the current generation. "are we taking a step back? forward? cycle." This piece was created by t+l (television longplay). Tony and Liz are instruments from the magic sound box. They are sound artists mixing electro acoustics, music, spoken word and radio together. Check it out.
Forest Singing: The forest sings, and as it shifts from natural to digital, can you tell who is out of their element? By Nathaly Arraiz describes herself as being between a sound artist and a sound tech; she likes to observe, interpret and create.
“3 dialogues” (excerpts): This is a demonstration of some of Generic Media Group's work in the field of nonspecific audio. Hundreds of dialogues from various films were analyzed to create a statistical model of contemporary conversations. From this model, excerpts from 6 dialogues were rendered. Generic Media Group provides services for those in need of nonspecific audio, video and text. Current projects include setting up clients with internet radio stations that offer unlimited access to guitar solos, sad music and domestic dialogues.
Suð: Internal natural buzzings. Fjóla Evans is a cellist and sound-arranger living in Montréal, Canada.
piwiwounnnwooowoounnnng Field recordings of native North American forest creatures mingle with foreign species. Bird song, whispers, spring peepers, Cicadas cicadas, electronic interventions, wind in the trees,and tambura. 4 channel piece, by andrea-jane cornell. Andrea-jane makes ambiances ferroviare-aquatique, clochettes-tiques, oiseau hydrophone, grenouilles grouillant with objects and field recordings.
Rules of Nature: An excursion in the wilderness, a walk in the woods: what freedom, what a complete detachment from the structure of our everyday lives. But is this really how it feels? Our behaviour in these "wild" spaces is often so controlled that our actions are even more organized and limited than usual, by Dominique Ferraton. Dominique spends much of her time wandering in empty lots, knitting mittens, winding film in old cameras and creating sonic quilts made of found sounds and field recordings.
Priscault Sounds: Cette pièce a été composée et pensée par les jeunes musiciens ( àgés de 8 à 17 ans) du Camp musical de Lanaudière. Nous avons travaillé avec leurs sons, leur musique, leurs voix et leurs histoires - leurs sons et musiques forment une de trame de base, et leurs voix, leurs histoires viennent ponctuer le tout. Emanuelle Majeau-Bettez est une pianiste originaire de la région de Lanaudière, Charles Beaudoin est pianiste et compositeur originaire de la Montérégie et Félix Schneller est un compositeur qui se dirige désormais vers la philosophie. Tous trois ont travaillé avec les jeunes musiciens du Camp musical de Lanaudière pour la composition de cette pièce.
Echoes from the Lincolnshire Poacher/Somewhere in the Western Desert: Two pieces in one. This piece uses field recordings, recorded instruments, recordings from The Conet Project, and a poem written by E.Y. Barnard, Lieutenant entitled there was the richness.... The poem was taken from Poems from the desert (1944), a collection of poems written by fighting men in the Eighth Army. The poem was translated and recited by Jacinthe Dupuis (French), Ali Gorji (Arabic, not included in final edit), and recited in English by Neil Griffith; they all deserve a huge thanks! Alanna Cecelia Jean MacNevin enjoys finding sounds and source materials that delight her and utilizing these materials to explore the process of making a variety of art.
Here is a MAP! to the Magic Sound Mountain
h1>LONG TERM MEMORY RADIO: SEX WORKERS & THEIR RIGHTS PANEL - WED JULY 20, 17-18H
Tune into a special edition of Off the Hour
Long Term Memory Radio: Sex Workers & Their Rights Panel
Wednesday, July 20th from 17h-18h
-Jill from Immigrant Workers Center
-Anna Louise from Stella
-Nora from ASSTeQ
-Terri-Jean Bedford from decriminalization bill in Ontario
MONTREAL JOUVERT EDITION OF SOCA SESSIONS: 10PM - 4AM, FRIDAY JULY 8
First time in Canada from 10pm to 4am six hours of soca on the FM dial. Tune in to CKUT 90.3FM or ckut.ca on Friday, July 8th when Production Sounds, Soca Kidd and many guest artists give you a soca fix before Montreal Carnival
SATURDAY JULY 9TH TUNE IN TO AN EXTENDED VERSION OF WEST INDIAN RHYTHMS BEGINNING AT 2PM.
Coolest kids on the block: CKUT's Youth Radio Campers went backstage at Jazz Fest as official media, interviewed DJ Zip-Loks, wrote and recorded radio plays, learned to beat match with DJ Julie-D and much more over the past week.
Hear it all at 90/3FM or ckut.ca as the camp goes live to air for the campers' end-of-week broadcast this Friday from 5-6pm.
...but don't get too jealous
Learn more about the camp
Listen to the show
This April, don’t miss the latest edition of the Montreal Sessions, hosted
by artist-in-residence, Holos Travy (Arwen Fleming). She’ll be DJ-ing and hosting a weekly two-hour radio program featuring live performance and improvisation, as well as her favourite selections of found sounds, experimental vocals and interspecies
communication. Tune in for interviews and guest performances by local sound
artists and musicians Moe Clark (with Brahja Waldman), Goose, Shaun Weadick and Laura Emelianoff.
Also be sure to check out Holos Travy's Montreal Sessions blog for extras, including free sounds and found films.... holostravy.wordpress.com!
Coverage includes issues affecting First Nations peoples, the cost of the war on drugs, water sovereignty, voter apathy and the crisis of political representation, the regulation of Canadian mining companies operating abroad, immigration and security watch lists, accessibility for those living with disabilities and more.
The News Collective seeks to create a space where these voices and issues can be aired, and where those who feel alienated and underrepresented by party politics can be empowered to make an informed decision on May the second.
The people are the power, even if politicians would have you believe otherwise.
Part One: Friday, April 22nd from 5:00-6:00 pm. Click here to listen.
-understanding the Canadian federal electoral system
-a spotlight on education with Holly Nazar from Free Education Montreal
-accessibility and other issues facing Canadians living with disabilities with Maria Barile from Eco Access Montreal
-the Kelowna accord and Sisters is Spirit campaign with Liberal party leader Micheal Ignatieff and NDP leader Jack Layton
-war on drugs with Ted Smith from the Cannabis Buyers Club of Victoria.
Part Two: Tuesday, April 26th, 5:00-6:00 pm. Click here to listen.
-spotlight on First Nations
Part Three: Friday, April 29th from 5:00-6:00 pm. Click here to listen.
-CKUT's Community News Collective invites 3 parties in to answer to all the issues that have been addressed in parts one and two!
The Avalanche is a monthly, one hour radio program produced by people living with intellectual and physical disAbilities that keeps a pulse on disAbility news and culture.
The Panel on the Rights of Persons with DisAbilities will bring together people to speak about disAbilities and human rights. The second half of the panel will be recorded and aired on CKUT 90.3FM on Wednesday, May 4th @ 5pm.
Where? 110 Sainte-Thérèse Street, Suite 505 (Metro Champs de Mars) DAWN-Canada (DisAbility Women's Network-Canada).
When? Wednesday, April 27th @ 5:00-7:00 pm
Free food and coffee, thanks to Concordia's People's Potato.
Doors at 7PM, bands at 8PM
CHEVALIERS AVANT GARDE (ex-postcards)
HAND CREAM (members of Pink Noise and Drunk Dial)
TANG SOLEIL (ex-plummage)
7TH ORDER OF CHAOS (Roy Vucino of Red Mass, CPC Gangbangs, ect. ad infinitum)
6 bands for $7
CKUT WILL BE BROADCASTING LIVE FROM SALA ROSA! FROM 9PM-1AM!
Come down and show your support for independent radio, avant garde film, and DIYing in the city
Help keep Montreal's psychotronic cinema/Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies/art house/only cereal buffet in the city alive
Because we need places like this
Because places like this are the whole point of living in a city
Montreal is shit without Blue Sunshine
Don't know about Blue Sunshine? Check out what you're missing
This week's Jazz Euphorium (April 20 8-10 pm) will feature the Brahja Waldman Quartet playing live in the studio. The band will stick around for the two full hours playing both their own music (radio debut of their just released CD) and other stuff they like. Tune in!
CKUT will be holding our annual spring CD sale at James Square on the McGill Campus this Wednesday, April 6th. The square can be found just past the Milton Gates and below the James Admin building on the McGill campus.
Midnight Kitchen will be there serving up a free/by donatino vegan lunch.
Drop by, say hi, hang out.
Tune Into If You Got Ears Wednesday Mercredi 23 Mars/ch 12h00-14h00
noon-to-two for a live in studio performance. Featuring Alexandre St-Onge,,
Emilie Mouchous [Gmackrr], Simon Brown, James Schidlowsky
a barrage of electronic acoustic sounds - relay race style.
"Les 11 épuisements"... 4 players = 11 short improv sets = 6 duos, 4 trios + 1 quartet.
Listen to the show,
A special budget show for this week's Native Solidarity News - Tuesday March 22nd.
Guests include Amy German and Will Nichols from The Nation Magazine as well as interviews with Liberal Leader Micheal Ignatieff and NDP Leader Jack Layton.
Check it out, Tuesday March 22nd starting at 6pm on 90.3fm or at www.ckut.ca/listen
Soyez à l'écoute ou connectez vous à CKUT 90.3FM dimanche 20 mars de 13h à 19h pour suivre les élections haitiennes, diffusées en direct de Haiti par l'équipe de Samedi Midi Inter, et présenté par Raymond Laurent.
Tune in, or log on to CKUT 90.3 fm Sunday March 20th from 1pm to 7pm for coverage of the Haitian Elections brought to you direct from Haiti from the Samedi Midi Inter team hosted by Raymond Laurent.
The show is FREE but there is a manditory $2 coat check.
It's happening at Gerts Bar, 3480 McTavish (basement of Shatner building on McGill campus)
This will be the last Thursdays (A)Live show of the year, but we will be back in September! For more info on Thursdays (A)Live and how to submit your band, visit www.ckut.ca/thursdaysalive and email firstname.lastname@example.org
CKUT's "World Skip the Beat" will be broadcasting live from the Lobby of McGill's Education Building (3700 McTavish) this coming Monday, March 21 from noon - 2pm.
Join us for great tunes from around the world and live interviews. Come meet and talk to CKUT programmers. Learn more about your campus-based community radio station. Bop your head over lunch.
Hope you'll join us!
What: CKUT's World Skip the beat broadcasting live
Where: Lobby of the Education Building, 3700 McTavish
When: Monday, March 21 from noon - 2pm
Why: to have a little fun
World Skip the Beat is an International "roots" music show, expanding the notion of Global Music. Scintillating fusions and traditional classics are featured every Monday from noon to 2 pm EST/EDT on 90.3fm or ckut.ca/listen and archived for 3 months at ckut.ca
World Skip the Beat is a collective music programme open to new contributors.
From sunset on Wednesday February 23rd until sunrise...diffusé mercredi le 23 février du crépuscule á l'aube
click here for marathon website
Hosts of Ill Groove Garden, Masters at Work and Soul Perspective get together to animate a discussion on issues and events affecting the black community.
Join us at Club Nuvo 1401 Mackay - 6 - 10pm or tune in Tuesday 7 - 9pm.
More info check us on facebook.
Broadcasting live from the death pit...every Tuesday afternoon 3-5pm in February....
the lone hobo of Montreal based Hobocult tapes presents distorted axe shredding mind
scorchers & floating womb portal time travellers.
Listen to Tuesday Feb 1st edition Featuring Element Kuuda
Listen to Tuesday Feb 8th edition Featuring Goa Monstre
Tune into Venus your favorite collective show that all about women in music from 12noon to 2pm To hear an interview with Sara Marcus, author of Girls to The Front: The True Story of the Riot Grrrl Revolution, conducted by Sarah Mangle, who hosts These Things That People Make on CFRU 93.3 FM out of Guelph, Ontario. Tune in for discussions about media and feminism, co-opting of punk rock, and lots of Bikini Kill, Bratmobile and Heavens to Betsy!
Tune in to CKUT this Monday February 7 from 3-5pm for New Shit or 11pm-1am for A Silent Action Film when we will be airing a short feature and fresh interview with Colin Stetson.
The wildly talented and utterly unorthadox horn player and composer dropped by CKUT over the weekend to talk with us about his forthcoming album New History Warfare Vol. 2: Judges (out Feb 22, but already receiving heavy spins on CKUT's airwaves), his approach to playing and writing music, high-school saxophone teachers...
We will also feature some tracks from the yet-to-be-released album.
Stetson will be playing live in town this Thursday Feb 10 at the Sala Rossa with Tim Hecker.
New History Warfare Vol. 2: Judges comes out on Constellation Records on February 22.
Listen to the Interview with Colin Stetson on A Silent Action Film (It will start about 5 minutes in)
Drop by CKUT on Monday, January 17 between noon and 5pm to enjoy some art-cake, take a tour of the station, and check out the live sound performances taking place in our on-air studio in honor of the birth of art.
We are located at 3647 University in an old house between Prince Arthur and Pins, just next to the McGill Campus. That's up the street from the McGill Metro, down the street from the 144 bus or over from the 80 and 127 busses.
From noon - 2:30pm
We'll be live-mixing streams from other Art's birthday broadcasts across the continent as well as playing some audio pieces our volunteer producers have created for the occasion.
From 2:30 - 5pm
2:30-3:30 : Night Train's Jon Claude
3:30-4:30 : Emilie Mouchous & James Schidlowski
4:30 - 5pm : Chimurenga Electroacoustic Ensemble (Cabral Jacobs, Leon Lo, Nicolas Dion, Anne-Francoise Jacques, John Brennan, Nimalan Yoganathan)
"One million years ago, on January 17, someone dropped a dry sponge into a bucket of water and lo, ART was born!" - Robert Filliou, 1963
When: January 15th, starts at 8pm
Where: L'Envers and O'Supa at 185 Van Horne.
Cost: $7 - $12 sliding scale
Art's Birthday was originally proposed in 1964 by artist Robert Filiou as a celebration of Art. Arts organizations all over the world celebrate Art's Birthday with parties and performances. CKUT has produced special programming in celebration of Art's Birthday since 2007.
According to our calculations Art will be turning 1 000 047 this year, and once again CKUT will be ringing in the occasion. From the serious to the silly, the night will be a celebration of art.
Expect live musical performances and shenanigans, visual and sound art installations, a film room, an art cake contest, an art-of-kissing booth, a ringing-in of the birthday at midnight, a costume contest, and a DJ'd dance party to bring the night to a close!
There will be:
Live Music By:
-The Murray Street Band (John Heward, Michel Bonneau, Lori Freedman, Charity Chan, Jonah Fortune, Nicolas Caloia, Sam Shalabi, Ellwood Epps, Eric Lewis)
-Julie D and Simon of L'Orchestre d'Hommes-Orchestres
-Stefan Christoff playing solo and in duet with Peter Burton on contrabass
-CKUT's Circuit Choir
DJ Danceparty By:
Radio CKUT's Duck Truck Crew
DJ Dirtyboots (punk/soul/new wave)
DJ Julie D ( Folie de Drum n Bass)
DJ Backdoor (Dubstep/Electro/Techno)
Otherpeoplesmusic (gabber breakcore/rap/jungle)
Dayna McLeod presents Thong 5
Phase Four Productions presents Jordan & Bear
Comaduster presents Scrape, 3 previews
Michael Pedruski and Erin Weisgerber present The Adventures of Mouse
Britt Wray presents a series of experimental animations
Julie Cote & Jeremy Shant
Andrea Reid & Riley Starr as part of the All Together project
Sound Art by:
Art Installations by:
Kevin Lo - LOKi Design presenting a poster series and workshop
Kevin Yuen-Kit Lo is a graphic designer and artist whose work explores ideas on social dialogue and poetics. He is the publisher/editor/designer of the award-winning zine Four Minutes to Midnight and runs LOKi design, a communications studio specialising in work for cultural and social causes.
Art Cakes by:
The art cake contest is open to all! Bring an Art Cake to be judged shortly after 8pm.
Cakes will be judged based on taste, concept, and realization. There will be a prize for the best cake.
There will be a prize for the best costume.
CKUT's January 15th Art's Birthday Bash is a Fundraiser for Radio CKUT. All profits will go towards the station's annual operating budget.
Also, tune in to CKUT 90.3FM on Monday, January 17 between noon and 5pm to hear a special Art's Birthday Live Broadcast
Live at Midnight Kitchen Serving Space, Shatner Building Room 302
Join us as Venus Radio spins all the best music by all the best women for all the best listeners.
Venus Radio is CKUT's Women's Collective Music Show airing every Thursday from noon-2pm on Radio CKUT (since 1996).
Music by women, grrrls, chicks, chicas, gals, ladies, wymyn, wimmin, lesbros, les filles, mujares, les femmes, dykes, sisters, sistas, and those from the Planet Claire.
Venus is a collective programme always open to new contributors.
Listen to previoius programmes
The Midnight Kitchen is a non-profit, volunteer and worker run food collective dedicated to providing affordable, healthy food to as many people as possible. Based out of McGill University in Montreal, QC we provide free/by donation vegan lunches 5 days a week, Monday through Friday, at 12:30 in the Shatner building on McGill campus, room 302.
Come grab some grub and nod your head to the tunes
Or tune in at 90.3 FM or www.ckut.ca/listen
We'll be kicking 2011 off with an unusual event: Thursdays (A)Live! taking place on the second Thursday of the month. After January, we'll be returning to our usual third thursday schedule.
Come out on the lucky 13th of January to tickle your ears with the sounds of:
Plus CKUT's DJ Had Me at Hello
As always, the show is FREE and is taking place at Gerts Bar in the basement of the Shatner Building on the McGill Campus.
Doors and DJ are at 7:30pm
Names were drawn on Thursday, December 16th.
Winners took home:
A $500 Gift Certificate for a business of Your Choice courtesy of JN Money Transfer
A Year of Beer courtesy of St-Ambroise
A Suoni Per Il Popolo Festival Pass - a month of live music in June 2011 - two chances to win
A Spa Package from Ovarium
A VIA Rail Pass for 4 Anywhere Between Montreal and Niagara Falls (Including Toronto)
Once again, thank-you to everyone who donated to Radio CKUT during the 2010 Funding Drive "Horn of Plenty."
December 24th from 9-11am, tune into a special edition of Prison Radio which will feature a talk on the history of the Canadian Prison system; a US documentary on Surviving Solitary Confinement (take note listeners, Quebec has a Supermax prison too!); A lengthy interview with prisoner Douglas Foreman speaking about his lack of proper medical care for his Hep C, with an a follow-up interview (en francais) with his former doctor, Dr. Jean Robert; Bradly Manning and his prison conditions; Prison News & News about Political Prisoners and POWs; hopefully updates on the Georgia prison strike and the 1200 prisoners in Greece that just ended a hunger strike and music of course.
Your Radio is Broken host Rhys Taylor will be filling in for Macondo 8-10pm on December. Kicking off Christmas Eve from the underground with freshest beats and breaks from the underground electronic dance music scene to make you shake into the holiday season.
Ca va brasser dans la cabane de CKUT de 22h a 8:30 avec Dolor Cormier et l’equipe de Quebec Acadie en musique qui celebre le Reveillion avec les auditeur en direct de studios de CKUT.
Christopher Heron and the Mind Soul and Spirit Crew will bring listeners a tasty helping of gospel for the soul on Christmas Morning form 8:30-10:30
Soca Session’s Production Sounds will host Island Riddims from 2-4pm on Christmas day for the fourth year in a row. Featuring Caribbean music,live interviews with artists, phone ins from listeners and artists wishing their loved ones Merry Christmas. The phone lines will be open from 2pm – 3 :45pm
Friday Dec 31st 8pm to 4 am from the West Island studios - a special fireside edition of West Indian Rhythms touches down on all the islands of the Caribbean to ring in the new year with your host Howard Stretch Carr and Production Sounds.
Branchez-vous sur les ondes de CKUT 90.3 FM ce lundi, le 20 décembre entre midi et
14h! World Skip the Beat présentera une entrevue exclusive et en direct avec la
vedette du reggae sénégalais FAFADI. Né en Casamance au sud du Sénégal, cet
auteur-compositeur-interprète s'est inspiré de la musique de Touré Kunda et du
reggae gambien et représente la nouvelle génération d'artistes de reggae africain,
qui relèvent un style unique fusionnant la tradition et la modernité tout en
confrontant les injustices sociales auxquelles le continent africain fait face. Il
sera en studio avec notre animateur Parker Mah pour parler de son dernier album,
"Dji-Yito (La Relève)", sorti sur Wulabaa Sound, son déménagement au Canada et son
premier grand spectacle ici à Montréal, qui se tiendra au Club Lambi le 30 décembre.
Soyez à l'écoute!
Tune in to World Skip the Beat on CKUT 90.3 FM between noon and 2pm this Monday, December 20th for an exclusive LIVE interview with Senegalese reggae star FAFADI. Hailing from Casamance in the southern region of Senegal, this composer and singer, inspired by the music of Touré Kunda and Gambian reggae, represents the new generation of african reggae artists with his unique, socially-conscious style blending tradition and modernity. He will be in studio with host Parker Mah to discuss his latest album "Dji-Yito (La relève)", out on Wulabaa Sound, his recent move to Montreal and his upcoming show at Club Lambi on the 30th of December.
Don't miss it!