Autonomous Media Room at the @narchist Bookfair (May 23rd!)

The AUTONOMOUS MEDIA ROOM is dedicated to sharing the skills and knowledge of different mediums as deployed by anarchists – such as pirate radio, DIY digital editing, secure communication, and more. As always, we will be doing a live broadcast from the Bookfair on Saturday, May 23 from 2-4pm on CKUT, 90.3 FM, and online at!

Click here for all the info!

Lo Signal Brings Local Electronics to the Airwaves

CKUT and Lo Signal are proud to present five in-studio performances from some of Montréal’s most sophisticated electronic music selectors and performers.

May 25 – M4CRO
June 8 – Alicia Hush
June 15 - Marc Leveq
June 22 - CMD
June 29 - Flandez

Tap into the pulse of Montréal’s underground electronic community. Monday nights from 12:00am-1:00am.


Pierre Kwenders is a Montreal singer, writer and DJ born in Kinshasa (Congo) in 1985, and who immigrated to Canada as a teenager. He was introduced to music in the early 2000s when he participated in his church choir, and began to sing professionally ten years later. He released two EPs and managed to define a sound of his own, which he describes as afro-futuristic, a mix of Congolese rumba and electro. He has performed at Montreal’s FrancoFolies and at the Pop Montreal festival in 2013. He was nominated at this year’s Junos for the World Music Album of the Year award. Pierre is hosting Montreal Sessions every Tuesday from 3pm - 5pm.


Yassin got his masters degree in Media Studies, ultimately shaping the context and ethos behind his work. He currently teaches at Concordia University in Montreal as a part-time professor.

He recently set up his multi-media company The Medium in Montreal, Canada. The goal of MDM is to facilitate international collaborations amongst thinkers, artists, and brandeurs worldwide.

With music as his message, The Medium is the umbrella that encompasses all his creative collective as an international body of ‘independents’, New World Citizens.

Off the Hour / May 22th, 5-6pm / Montreal march in support to Baltimore

Today on the show, Montrealers took to the streets on Wednesday night in solidarity with the Baltimore uprising in the wake of Freddie Gray’s murder by police last month. CKUT’s Antoine Cadaux was there to file a report.

Then, a broad coalition of groups hosted a press conference in Toronto yesterday to announce plans for the “March for Jobs, Justice and the Climate.” . Anouk Millet of the CKUT news collective spoke with Indigenous activist Clayton Thomas-Muller to bring us more.

Then, on May 12th, the Migrant Sex Worker’s Project and Butterfly, an Asian and migrant sex workers support network held a forum in Toronto. Following the event, CKUT’s Emily Enhorning spoke with Elene Lam, founder of Butterfly, about some of these issues.

And finally, we’ll hear a report on a demonstration this morning in Toronto against Hudbay Minerals, with activists accusing the Canadian company of human rights abuses from Manitoba to Guatemala to Peru.

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.

Check out CKUT’s Arts and Culture blog here.

Art and 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 programming.

Today on Deep Kuts, the Tuesday Morning After crew interviews Liana Finck about her graphic novel called A Bintel Brief: Love and Longing in Old New York (Ecco, April 2014) She presented it here in Montreal this past Sunday on the last day of the Blue Metropolis literary festival.. Listen to the audio post right here.

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

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