The crew from Jeunesse Cosmique taking ears into new territories of sonic exploration – for those fond of wild and weird sounds, this is the show for you!
With plenty of unreleased live recordings, in-studio jams, and more goodies, these folks will be diving straight into the thriving realm of Montreal’s underground.
Check out this festive little sampler for a sneak peek of what’s in store.
You’ve trolled the site. You’ve picked up the paper and now you get to listen to it on the radio. Cult Montreal hosts Montreal Sessions for the festive month of December. The Cult Crew will cover music, city politics, street art, film and gab about the local restaurant scene - basically the site for your ears. They’ll also offer up a pair of tickets to the Arcade Fire at Parc Jean Drapeau - Aug 30th. Keep checking out sites - ckut.ca, cultmontreal.com for updates on episodes. Tune in each Tuesday in December between 3 - 5pm or catch it on the archives.
Just because it’s November doesn’t mean we’re not thinking of Summer. This week on Montreal Sound Ark, Louis let us in on the origins of Tam Tams.
Also, he pays tribute to the late Mad Dog Vachon with a rare 45 pulled out his own personal archive.
If you’re a Montrealer, check it out!
Amandla is hosting a special extended broadcast this Wednesday, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., to mark the passing of Nelson Mandela. The studio door and phone will be open to a wonderful crowd of former anti-apartheid activists from Montreal and across Canada who played an integral role in the struggle. They will share their reflections on Mandela, both critical and admiring. Please join us for what is sure to be a fascinating evening!
Department news, projects, and music we’re excited about on the regular:
If you’re looking for some live music (and other cool happenings), check our EVENT LISTINGS.
If you’re a McGIll student and want to share what you’re listening to these days, check out CAMPUS MIXTAPES. Or just check it for an endless supply of quality, long-play, single-file mixes.
This morning on the Wednesay Morning After (December 11, 7-9am) we discuss the legacy of Nelson Mandela in South Africa, particularly on housing and land rights, with Coel Kirkby, who worked for the Community Law Centre in South Africa and completed his PhD on the colonial legacy in both Canada and the Cape Colony at the end of the 19th century. Dr. Robert Whitley, joins us to discuss mental health and the holidays, from negative impacts of the holiday season and techniques for survival.
For regular segments, B-sides Science talks about sharks, ancient humans and recent developments on Mars, resident rapper Dan Parker spits out rhymes based on Democracy Now! headlines, and Moving Picture Radio wraps up the program.
The annual CKUT Funding Drive is October 24th - November 3rd and we need your help to keep our station kickin’ loud & broadcastin’ proud. Our goal is to raise $60,000.
This year we are going wild with Special Programming, there are tons of amazing Special Show Gifts & Grand Prizes, a CKUT Benefit Show and a special Magic Sound Box! Stay tuned and check-out our Special Programming page regularly for updates on in-house guests, artists and features!
- Rob Ford excuse. MT @nationalpost: Trudeau defends poor attendance, says he accomplishes more meeting with public t.co/m3IBNe4a2v
- Tune in to Soul perspectives, listen online for last week's #JazmnW @sweetlarock & @DjSerius @Madpoetix #LastSong: Nina x @KardinalO
- Tune to @ckut for exclusive interview with #NoamChomsky on the legacy of #NelsonMandela. t.co/0xXRJozWLu #MandelaMemorial #AskChomsky
- 2nd installment, CULT MTL hosts Montreal sessions today, talks about best and worst movies 2013
- Do you have anti-apartheid experiences? Amandla shares stories from MTL and beyond this wednesday 6-8pm, share yours t.co/LOHHxxBAtt
- Listen to the @CultMTL film team (@kaylahillier, @worldprovider, @alexrose) today on @ckut 90.3FM's Montreal Sessions, 3 to 5 p.m.