Rising from the ashes of former CKUT radio show Sounds of Steel, Metallic Montreal pushes the boundaries of art and brutality. Hosted by former SoS host Noah “The Bastard Child” and newcomer (but local scene veteran) “Thrasher Asher”, these DJs bring forth the latest and greatest in METAL from both around the world and the city of Montreal. Loud, vicious, and heavy!!
Tune in each 2nd, 4th, and 5th Saturday: 9-11pm on CKUT 90.3FM, also streaming worldwide at ckut.ca.
Funky Revolutions exposes and explores groove music through the framework and concepts of funk music and its spirit of revolution. The show aims to present all forms of funky music from around the world, to produce relevant cross-cultural and creative alternative radio programming, and to provide an interesting framework for the expression of grass roots voices for change within the contexts of revolution. Funky Revolutions is for those who love to drive, love to dance, and just like to sit back and let the rhythm flow through their souls. The goal of this program is to trace the course of the funk movement: original funk in the 1970s; techno, hip hop, and progressive rock of the 1980s and 90s; and contemporary acid jazz and trip hop movements. Funky Revolutions is on the airwaves every Saturday from 14:00-16:00.
Gotsoul Sessions hosted by Ms. Benn and spinning tunes DJ jojoflores&Toddy Flores.
Ms Benn will be taking you all into the depths of the music industry. Tune in, as Internationally known jojoflores spins some great tunes. And listen in to the weekly conversation with special guests as we answer behind the scenes questions. Feel free to call in the station 514-448-4013 to ask any questions you may have. From promoters, to contracts, to where money can be made, to artists experiences, Ms Benn will be covering it all. This week we cover the role of a promoter. Keep it locked on ckut 90.3fm.
Welcome to the evolution of Hip-hop/Reggae. After 30 plus years, hip-hop/reggae is still here and can no longer be considered a passing fad. The Mash Time Show will bring to the masses the culture everyone adores.
The first hour is a blend of Hip Hop and RnB and the second hour is a blend of reggae and calypso. To transition between hours there is also a brief update on entertainment news. The format is simple, The Mash Time Show is hip-hop/reggae for community radio. Targeting all who appreciate this culture regardless of age. Gender or race need not be considered since hip-hop/Reggae has proven to be appreciated by everyone around the world. The main objective is to keep it clean, enjoyable and up-to-date. Education is also important that is why the experience of a 28 year veteran is crucial to it’s ongoing success. A veteran DJ/Promoter and on air talent can educate the masses on Hip-hop/Reggae’s history, stability and political woes. They’re just waiting for the right show to come along that speaks to the masses. That show is The Mash Time Show.
Note: Archives on this page before July 11, 2018 are for Your Radio Is Broken. The Mash Time Show archives before July 11th can be found here.
Embracing the long format oft left by the wayside in these turbulent times, The Long and Short of It is a show of lengthy pieces of music and albums played in their entirety, interspersed with short written pieces read out loud. Listen in to hear some jazz, classical, blues, electronic, ambient, experimental, folk, jam, rock, or maybe some hip-hop! You could also catch a short story, poem, magazine article, political manifesto, philosophical essay, or perhaps a serialized novel, all read live by your host, Simon Dobri. Whatever you hear, you can be certain that you’ll hear the whole thing. Tune in Monday night/Tuesday morning from 4:00 to 7:00 every week.