Host Michelle has been doing some great programming related to mental health, including this episode focusing on Borderline Personality Disorder.
Free Kick goes live on a beautiful Sunday in the park.
Pop Montreal intern Mason joins CKUT Music honcho Alex in the studio for two hours of music and chatter from the 2023 Pop Montreal Festival.
CKUT music and history head Kresno jumps in for a last minute episode of Radio Is Dead and brings late night sounds to the Monday mid day waves.
Montreal electronic punx stop by CKUT’s studio for a longform conversation about their practice, their new record “Ahora Más Que Nunca”, being tour dawgs, 90’s hip hop and more.
George Clinton, Slowdive, new Aphex Twin and a bunch more dreamy stuff with full tracklist.
Live from her studio in Villeray, DJ Frog runs thru 2 hours of high pressure humid tracks… sketchy techno from DUM, Detroit house biz from Omar S, some fast stuff… all in there.
Globetrotting music from a great CKUT Music Collective crew + a full tracklist to explore.
Interviews with artists Pascale Project, Abdul Lateef & The Distraction Machine, Amselysen & Racine, and a one hour DJ mix by Edna King.
iGG celebrates Hip Hop’s 50th with surprise visits from local MCs lighting up the mics live on the air.
The reviews are in for Onyx’s first episode of Venus radio: “absolute bangers from start to finish.”
A tour of the 2023 MUTEK Festival and its forum, featuring interviews and music from key players.
Harmony Express’s Hex P hosts Sens Unique, a hybrid entity of Technique Nado and Rainbonite for a clubby live raw to the airwaves.
A huge stack of local electronic music + Alissa making cool use of the website with Bandcamp links so you can go splash some cash on the artists.
Teagan is joined by Onyx and Fer for two hours live from the station with tunes by LSDXOXO, Sinéad O’Connor, Lungbutter and more + a full tracklist.
Three late night veterans go deep into the long grass.
On this edition of Free City Radio we hear about the documentary film “Love in the Time of Fentanyl,” a “feature documentary about a group of misfits, artists, and drug users who operate a renegade safe injection site in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.”
Anastassia is on a roll hosting all kinds of shows these days… Tonight it’s live from the studio, serving up some great jazz for this beautiful summer night!
Stephen Walker was born in Montreal, QC, Canada, where he spent most of his youth forcibly removed from his family and placed in Residential Services for children and youth. There, he empathized with the plights of courageous characters in fiction literature, and later joined the Canadian Armed Forces to build on his own extraordinary story…
Today we chatted with Eva, a coordinator of the McGill Education Garden, an outdoor learning space created to explore new and different ways of promoting sustainable devolvement and ecological literacy.
Samaa Elibyari interviews Mischek Jere about the efforts led by the UK-based organization Reprieve to have the death penalty abolished in Malawi and discusses Gamal Abdel Nasser’s complicated legacy with Egyptian political analyst and activist Mohamed Sherif Kamel.
Longtime host John Detcheverry clears out a backlog of new CDs, playing new music from Mark Telesca, Big D & Captain Keys, Travellin’ Blue Kings, Jeau James, and Mark Cameron + a full tracklist.
Music dept. Intern Estee takes World Skip for a spin with tunes from around the globe + a full tracklist.