Harmony Express

on CKUT 90.3 FM Tuesday 0:00-2:00.ElectronicaelectronicaMusic

Froggy FM

on CKUT 90.3 FM Tuesday 5:00-7:00.

If it’s your job to eat a frog, it’s best to do it first thing in the morning. And if it’s your job to eat two frogs, it’s best to eat the biggest one first. Froggy FM is hosted by DJ Frog and airs 5AM-7AM every Tuesday. Sometimes sound experiments, sometimes a show & tell of important songs. Occasionally featuring very special guests. Find out more at scroatmeal.ca


Modular Systems / Future Classic Radio

on CKUT 90.3 FM Sunday 13:00-14:00.


modular systems is a bi-weekly music program which seeks to meld and warp together sounds from across the spectrum of electronic music past, present and future, exploring experimental, dub-infused, house, drone, techno, noise and other sonic palettes. Over the years the show has featured interviews and in studio appearances by a variety of local and international artists, as well as label and festival showcases.



explores the intersections between overlooked underground music, both current and from times past, and the people who create these forward-thinking sounds. Featuring artist from Canada, around the world and beyond. We specialize in tech soul pop four four broken head knod grooves. Expect a thick pastiche of electro, funk, techno, house, rare groove, beats, dancefloor jazz, and other forgotten and soon-to-be future classics. Moonstarr and Tashish rock that ‘ish right. Broadcasting live on 90.3FM every other Sunday from 1-2pm (GMT-5) at www.ckut.ca Montreal, Quebec, Canada.



Lo Signal

on CKUT 90.3 FM Wednesday 22:00-Thursday 0:00.

The Lo Signal collective is made up of members of Montreal electronic underground music community.
Born out of a shared desire to create platforms that offer a range of unique perspectives on the underground electronic music scene both in Montreal and beyond – their Wednesday night rotations broadcast a variety of expressions from in studio live performances with crew members and special guests, to interviews, narratives and community arts initiatives. Lo Signal airs live Wednesdays at 10pm on CKUT 90.3FM, and you can download past episodes at the bottom of this page.

Lo Signal on Facebook


Utopia's Paradise

on CKUT 90.3 FM Sunday 2:00-6:00.

Broadcasting since 1990 with your hosts Tony Desypris and Peter Lightburn and other guest DJs. Deep house, garage classics and underground disco. Up until dawn - keepin it thumping.


Your Radio Is Broken

on CKUT 90.3 FM Wednesday 2:00-4:00.

Emerging from the rubble of dance music, where genre distinctions are collapsing, monopolies toppling and orthodoxies disintegrating on an hourly basis, Your Radio is Broken is a genre-transcending palette of raw music whose pluralism mirrors the fundamental shifts taking place around the world. Your Radio is Broken serves those looking for alternative, cutting edge, electronic music that is as energetic and diverse as the city of Montreal. The show aims to bring exposure to underground/independent artists, both locally and internationally, who are continually stretching the boundaries of classifiable music. We hope to showcase artists who are bringing excitement and innovation to a domain that can often fall into complacent mediocrity. This program airs every Tuesday night, 2-4am.

Your Radio is Broken on Facebook


Space Plane

on CKUT 90.3 FM Wednesday 0:00-2:00.

Space Plane features original music mixes by the host, Tony, and his somewhat eclectic musical taste, as well as comedic skits and radio dramas about the occult, outer space, beings from other spheres, and general matters not relating to the earth plane. The program veers away from “earthly” topics like money, economics, industry, commercialism, and worldly ambition as pursued by secular man. Space Plane emphasizes music recorded for music’s sake and not for the advancement of an artist’s fame, or any particular fashion trend. Most of these artists fit into the jazz, gospel, or rhythm and blues categories. Space Plane is entertaining, original and informative. Catch it live every Monday morning from 4:00-6:00am.

Space Plane by Tony “Ezzy Espace” Labroutini

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