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LUX MAGNA FESTIVAL HOSTS THE MONTREAL SESSIONS JAN 2020

LUX MAGNA (the Great Light) is a 5 day winter festival presenting a diverse array of local arts, culture, and music - as well as some out of town guests - to warm our collective soul! Programmed by a group of women and non-binary curators and artists with multidisciplinary backgrounds from the forefront of Montreal’s art scenes, this year’s edition is taking place Jan 22nd - 26th. Tune in all throughout the month of January, each Tuesday from 3pm - 5pm on CKUT 90.3fm or catch it on the archives.

MIND SOUL & SPIRIT CELEBRATE 30 YEARS OF RADIO

CKUT’s one and only gospel show Mind Soul & Spirit are celebrating 30 years of radio programming on CKUT and they are throwing a huge gospel show. The show was the brainchild of Christopher Heron and hit the airwaves in August 1990. It began as a 2 hour, (currently 3 hours) of pure gospel music to fill up your Sunday mornings. The show is now co-hosted with Jennifer Belot and Dorothy Clarke. The big celebration is taking place Sat February 8th starting at 6:30 pm at the Evangel Church 1235 Lambert Closse & its is in part a fundraiser for CKUT. The celebration will feature a line-up of Montreal’s most beloved Gospel artists. Tickets or email info@mindsoulandspirit.com.

BLACK TALK FRI JAN 31ST 11AM TILL 11PM

Black Talk CKUT’s annual collaboration with McGill’s Black Student Network hits the airwaves Fri. Jan 31st from 11am-11pm.Black Talk is 12 hours of Afrocentric special programming that aims to highlight black achievements at McGill and how the history of prejudice toward black people informs contemporary Black struggles. Black Talk is a space for Black healing where we speak freely on issues that matter to us. Be prepared to be WOKE, but also have a good laugh, and listen to some great music! Tune in Friday, January 31st from 11am to 11pm or catch it on the archives at ckut.ca

Music department blog

Latest TOTAL ECLIPSE news & features: CHARTS FOR Dec. 10th ARE UP, 

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:

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

Highlight of the music blog this month is All Da Way Live Radio’s interview with Lord Finesse

CRFC funds CKUT Growing Indigenous Participation and Content project

CKUT is very pleased to announce it has received for Fall 2019 an important financial contribution from the Community Radio Fund of Canada. This CFRC Radiometres grant of $49,000, was awarded to our project Growing Indigenous Participation and Content, which will focus on increasing the number of Indigenous shows on our programming grid and will also increase Indigenous participation as volunteers and in governance.

The funding will allow us to hire an Indigenous Programming and Outreach coordinator, who will also be involved in “decolonizing” our physical and digital music libraries at the station.

More information on the rest of the CRFC funded projects can be found here.

CKUT 30TH ANNIVERSARY ZINE

*CKUT’s 30th Anniversary Commemorative Zine is here!**

100 pages chock full of photos, newspaper clippings, musings, and more.
A brief history of CKUT, from getting on air in the 80’s up to today. Weirdo stories, weirdo people, weirdo radio - it’s all in there.

Get your copy now!

You can come pick one up at the station or order one here.

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