Heavy metal and Montreal go together like peanut butter and jelly. With both a thriving underground scene and an annual festival that brings in the big names, the city deserves only the best when it comes to metal radio…and that’s where Howls From Hell comes in! Fronted by two metal maniacs with an encyclopedic knowledge, Howls From Hell brings you the best of the best from the most brutal music on earth! Howls From Hell: Real metalheads, real metal.
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.
Future Classic Radio 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.
Bhum Bhum Time plays oldies from R&B, Disco, Soul, Funk, Caribbean, and other Black music genres. The program wants to play these classics from the 20th century to evoke old memories: memories of how one used to party, old relationships, fashions, political/social eras, themes and fads.
Bhum Bhum Time also features spoken word, as well studio discussion about the social context of these Old Mistresses and Masters of Black music. This show airs Sunday afternoons 16:00-18:00 with your hosts Sista P, Angel, JD, and DJ Storme.
Each week Clara-Swan brings a new guest host on board for a unique brunchtime musical journey.
The Free Kick Radio Show is a freeform radio experience featuring music from every region of the world. Soul, Funk, Punk, Reggae, Prog rock, Kraut rock, Ska, Psychedelia, Afro, Cuban, Brazilian, Avant-Garde, Jazz, New Wave, Classical, Folk, Electronica, is just a small sample of the kinds of music we’ve dug up from around the globe. Rare gems, hallowed favorites, bizarre constructions and dumb songs; you can never know what we’ll play unless you tune in.
Skewing the Waves provides coverage of what’s new and happening in the no wave/new wave/post punk scene.
This music scene and style has evolved hugely since its origin in the 1970s– many contemporary bands make similar music to the bands of the 70s, but others have incorporated other styles and elements to it. These bands try to push the limits of weird and pop, and the importance they have will probably never be recognized.
Skewing the Waves aims to expose relatively unknown bands from Montreal and abroad and provide a much-needed platform for these bands to get heard.
Tune in, turn on and get skewed… Saturdays 11:00pm-midnight.
Roots, Rock and Reggae, with your hosts Fluxy, Singing P, and Mr. Boom, has been airing since 1996. Tune in to hear anything from roots, to lovers’ rock, calypso, a little bit of soca, ska and rock steady. Smooth island tunes and dancehall fans will also find their fix on this show.
Listeners call in to make requests, send greetings and discuss a variety of topics.
Check out one of the very early shows in 1994-95 with Fluxy, Prym Tyme and Johnny Black in CKUT’s Time Capsule
The shows airs every sunday night monday morning from 1am to 4am .
Ill Groove Garden at home here in Montreal, indisputably the cultural nerve center of Canada, hip hop has become one of the major sources of cultural assimilation for youth. The show will play thick servings of underground hip hop and then artfully infuse the straight jazz and blues that most young Africans are unaware was created by their people.
The program draws in the masses with stylized hip hop DJ-ing and then opens up the discussion to contemporary Black issues. The show stresses the importance of hip hop as a tool for social construction and making leaders out of its listeners.
The last hour of the week is the best hour of the week: Ill Groove Garden plays 11pm-midnght every Sunday night.
Cha Cha In Blue is a show hosted by John Detcheverry, featuring blues programming on CKUT since 1990. Blues from every era. Interview with artists, concert listings, blues related events, information and trivia, gearhead heaven…just what kind of harmonica was that?
Detcheverry devotes equal time to the classics, new releases and Canadian artists. Listeners can expect to hear the likes of Paul Deslauriers, Buddy Guy, Otis Rush, Pop Staples, Downchild, Steve Rowe, MonkeyJunk, and Charlie Musselwhite, as well as live performances and interviews.
Cha Cha in Blue is the longest-running blues show in Montreal. It airs every Sunday from 9pm to 11pm. Playlists are published on the show’s facebook page.
Drawing from local non-profit Archive Montreal’s massive collection of local music scene material, Montreal Sound Ark brings you the best of the Montreal underground from yesterday and today. Interviews, memories, insights and accompanying ephemera on the show’s blog will flesh out the journey through three decades of do-it-yourself sounds in Montreal. Hosted by longtime scenester and digger Louis Rastelli (DJ LRX80) with regular guests and guest DJs. Live every Friday from 3 to 5pm.