Une nouvelle émission à CKUT - La Voix des Immigrants!

CKUT est fier d’annoncer l’arrivée d’une nouvelle émission sur nos ondes, La Voix des Immigrants!

La Voix des immigrants sera diffusé le quatrième jeudi de chaque mois entre 17h-18h. La toute première édition sera présentée le 27 novembre.

La Voix des immigrants est une émission mensuelle produit par des membres de l’Association des Travailleurs-Travailleuses Temporaires d’Agences de Placement - l’ATTAP.

SKIN TONE HOSTS MONTREAL SESSIONS IN NOVEMBER

Skin Tone hosts the Montreal Sessions in November! Skin Tone is the solo performance project of James Goddard a local concert promoter (formerly of Loose Fit, forever at Brasserie Beaubien) and musician (Pop Talk, Public Transit). His Montreal Sessions will focus on exploring issues of identity and how music can both express or avoid them. Over the course of the month expect to hear interviews and live performances by some cool local musickers like Jef Barbara, April Aliermo, Kaie Kellough + like other ones too!

Hand Frequencies Launch Video: ASL on the Radio

On October 29, The Avalanche, CKUT’s disability justice program, launched the first edition of Hand Frequencies: ASL on the Radio.

Here is our first video from October 29, 2014!

Live Reading on Radio is Dead, brought to you by The Veg Magazine

Tune into Radio is Dead on Monday, November 24th at 14h00 to hear live poetry and prose readings, by contributors from The Veg Magazine. Editors and contributors of The Veg’s next issue will be reading their own works live on CKUT 90.3 FM. Readings by Inam Anina, Julia Isler, Erin Masters, Ozlem Mavis, and Matthew Rettino, as well as an interview with editor Hera Chan.

The launch of The Veg’s next issue is Friday November 28th at Cagibi, which will feature live readings and musical performances by Kainé, Fili and the Believing Box and Tiger Lilies.

Off the Hour / Nov. 25, 5-6pm / Montreal's Black Community Responds to Ferguson

Featured on today’s program:

-An interview with Will Prosper, community organizer with Montréal Nord Républik, as well as Samanthea Samuels, Co-President of McGill’s Black Student Network, commenting on yesterday’s grand jury decision to not indict Darren Wilson. Wilson is the police officer who shot and killed unarmed Black youth Michael Brown. Prosper, a former police officer and now anti-police brutality activist, will comment on the lessons to be drawn from Ferguson in Montreal. We’ll also hear coverage directly from the streets of Ferguson from Democracy Now.

And more!

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.

Wake up with the CKUT Morning Afters, Mon-Fri 7-9AM!

The Morning After Show is an arts, culture, news and music magazine show airing 7h-9h every weekday morning. L’émission est en français tous les jeudis avec l’équipe du Lendemain de la veille.

This week on Wednesday Morning After, live performances with Malika Tirolien and the St Lawrence Warehouse Company! Plus, an interview with Yuri Berger, co-director of the Brazilian Film Festival.

Check out CKUT’s Arts and Culture blog here.

Spoken Word / Culture Department Blog

Want to be kept in the know about Montreal’s rich offering of local culture? Dig deep into CKUT’s Art & Culture Blog Deep Kuts.

Take in all of our excellent volunteer-generated content, including reviews, previews, videos and audio excerpts from CKUT Spoken Word progrmaming.

Plus, check out our About Town section for local art and culture event listings.

Visit the CKUT’s Art & Culture Blog at culture.ckut.ca.