Voices of Montreal-The Geek Edition!!!

Join your host Mutatayi Fuamba and his guests Kym Dominique-Ferguson, Navid Vafi, Carine Niyonkuru and Simon Thomas this coming Thursday from 2 to 3 pm! We will feature an hour long panel discussing the actuality in comics-related news and events! Tune in for previews and critical analysis of Comic Con trailers, upcoming superhero movies, the Marvel formula for “Movie Villains” and animated features.



Hosted by Egg Paper Factory, Egg Radio will feature on-air interviews with Canadian bands, artist profiles, as well as premieres of new music from the label. The show will also feature comedic skits from the hosts, and regular segments featuring the hosts’ favourite music from the Canadian and international music community respectively. Tune in Tuesdays 3pm - 5pm throughout August. PHOTO BY: Carolyn Hirtle


Kara-Lis Coverdale is a composer, musician, and producer who makes multi-layered electronic music rich in melody and spectral intrigue, interrogating divisions between beauty and brutality, physical and virtual, human and machine. Her If You Got Ears residency will focus on innovation musics that challenge the languages and borders of tradition to offer unique gateways into worlds we haven’t yet experienced. Tune in Wednesdays noon - 2pm.


Saturn Returns is a queer feminist collective of musicians and artists working to build welcoming spaces for accessible music creation, distribution, and performance in occupied Kanien’kehá:ka territory (Montréal). We are committed to mutual support in these areas, through shared labour around logistics, finances, and promotion. We seek to spread queer noise in order to ground ourselves and others in times of prolonged upheaval and change. We are guided by anti-oppressive and anti-capitalist frameworks. We aim to encourage each other to experiment, take creative risks, and have fun.

Saturn Returns is Doilies, Heathers, and Loosestrife.

Kids Radio Camp Takes over Fridays Off the Hour This Summer!

Summer is back, and that means that once again, the kids from CKUT’s Youth Radio Camp will be taking over the airwaves on Off the Hour, every Friday from 5-6pm for July and August.

Radio Dramas! Music! DJ scratch sets! Interviews! And so much more, all produced by our campers aged 10-17.

Tune in every Friday 5-6pm for all the fun!

Music department blog

Want the full scoop on what’s happening in CKUT’s musical headquarters? Visit the Music Department blog for news, projects, and music we’re excited about on the regular: TOTAL ECLIPSE

If you’re looking for some live music (and other cool happenings), check our EVENT LISTINGS.

The Total Eclipse Compilation of live recordings from the CKUT studios including tracks by White Cube, Andy Boay, Maica Mia, Zs and many more is NOW available. Get it here!

They’ll also be available at Atom Heart, Phonopolis, Cheap Thrills, and L’Oblique.

Ways of Listening

It’s 2014, let’s review all the ways you can enjoy your favourite CKUT programming. You can tune into 90.3fm. Or stream live by clicking the Listen Live button. Or you can listen on your smart phone by downloading the free app ‘TuneIn Radio’. Missed your favourite show? We gotcha covered. CKUT archives go back three months. You can subscribe to RSS feeds and in ITunes. Here’s some helpful screen shots - for some show and tell…

The Culture Blog Is Back!!!

After a long, hot summer break, CKUT’s Culture Blog is back! Find out the best of what Montreal has to offer in this month’s event posting! Including:

RAP-UP Montreal is an exclusive event to showcase some of the top Rap & Hip Hop artists our city has to offer!;

MC/Producer Jai Nitai Lotus shone light on the Montreal Hip Hop scene with his award-winning album “Something you Feel.” His music combines his own forward-thinking, hard-hitting production with messages of hope amidst struggle. His organic live show has been highly-praised and was a show-stopper at the Montreal Jazz Festival.;

Pervers/Cité, in collaboration with Cinema Politica Concordia, is thrilled to present the 2014 film Pride and the 1985 documentary All Out! Dancing in Dulais with Mike Jackson, original founding member of Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners, in attendance.

And much more!