Lots of new music and host Miss Nicky talks to @_afoali about the art of creating, splitting bills, work ethic and more.
Hi Wednesday wattage with Melvins, Butthole Surfers, Michael Farsky, PC Worship + live phone interviews with Blake Hargraeves (Clinton Machine/Cousins of Reggae/Public Reptile) and Andy White (Tonstartssbandht/Andy Boay) + some unreleased demos hitting the air with flair.
Blues dans la matin avec l’animateur benoit. Nappy Brown, Massy Emond, Hélène Monette et plus.
Kiva and Penny visit the CKUT studios to introduce this year’s edition of the long running grassroots music fest. Featuring new music from Ky Brooks, HRT, and other stars of the festival’s first week.
The THT boys Jayson Alexander, Colin Hassell, and DJ Rossy Ross take it global with Wyclef, Christian John, Chxxx, and more.
Dara sends some love to all the wonderful mothers out there with songs to match + a full tracklist.
Host Tamira floats back to the airwaves for a revival episode of Opal Hour – a late night CKUT show that aired in the mid 2010’s.
Hop in for a coast-to-coast road trip through the late 90s and early 2000s Canadian hardcore punk scene, with Bennett Lines of @canadianwasteland.
L’équipe est de retour en studio!
Audio Smut is a long running program on CKUT. Tune in once a month for a sex positive, queer positive show about sex, personal storytelling, erotic daydreams, fears, kinks and fantasies.
Theo Parrish, Can, Marina Herlop, Yoko Ono and more from Alissa live in the place + a tracklist so you can track down the tracks.
Sarah Deshais continues her stellar theatre show Upstage, this week featuring interview with Emmanuel Schwartz on Le Partage at La Chapelle, Be Hope Heintzmann’s triptych on care, meditation and transformation, and esteemed puppeteer Ronnie Burkett returns to Centaur wiith his Daisy Theatre
Host David Reade takes five with Kenji Lee’s Fortune Teller Trio, Coltrane, Dave Brubeck, Les Royal Pickles and more + a tracklist.
DJ Frog brings some slow cooker sounds on her first visit back to the CKUT studios in a few years. Tracks from The Orb, Alton Miller, DJ Mynx, Africans With Mainframes, etc.
Duha Elmardi has been a strong and articulate supporter of the democratic forces in 2018-2019 in Sudan since that led to the ousting of the brutal dictator, Omar al Bashir. DAWN, l’impressionnant collectif féministe, a rassemblé une série de présentations très puissantes dénonçant la façon dont les PPP perpétuent les relations coloniales avec l’Afrique.
Allan Hanley aka Parts Project is a Montreal-based producer and performer. Originally from Winnipeg, he moved to Montreal in 2012 and began making music as Parts Project in 2018. He takes a gritty approach to sound system culture and underground club sounds. His productions speak to the history of bass music while bringing flavours of body music, left field, hypnotic techno and breakbeats into the fold.
Khalid interviews the great Cuban pianist Omar Sosa and the master kora player from Senegal, Seckou Keita, on their second album SUBA and the percussive and melodic roots of their music. They will be performing in Montreal on May 6 & 7 at the National along with Venezuelan percussionist, Gustavo Ovalles.
Heckhammer is back at the controls for Vol. 5, live from MCR. Check out the episode for a deep metal dive and tracklist.
Samaa Elibyari is a long-time activist in the Arab/Muslim community in Montreal. She has been a host/producer of Caravan, a weekly bilingual news program, broadcast on CKUT waves from 2000 till 2011. Presently, she is one of the monthly contributors to Amandla, a staple of CKUT’s news programming since 1987.
A self described “Repro Rebel”, Tia is a mother, a traveler, a communal resource, a wild child, a content creator, a hoodoo hottie, and so much more. Pleasure is Tia Savonne’s ministry. Her primary focus is to mind her Black ass (Erotic) business. Slipp3ry When Wet is a kinfolk connector that centers the experiences of Black people in the sexual and reproductive space.
Celeste Trianion, trans advocate and community leader gives a deep dive into the influence of U.S anti-trans bills on the safety of trans folks in Quebec.
CKUT has been collaborating with McGill’s Black Student Network since 1990 to present the annual Black Talk series. Tune in for for discussions and music selections from your hosts Pam and Zoë + special guests.
Positive Vibes makes an triumphant return to the CKUT studios for the first time in a few years. Joined by legendary DJ Smurf from Irie FM in Jamaica.
No theme. No structure. Just some great jazz I love, and hopefully you will too.