Hot Tramp Heats up October on the Montreal Sessions

Sarah Armiento founded artist management company Hot Tramp in February 2019. The company offers management, press, and booking services to artists. The inaugural Hot Tramp Festival took place this past August which ran for five days and showcased over 25 artists. For more info on the company you can check out @h0t.tramp on IG or FCB.

Tune in Tuesday in October 15, 22nd and the 29th from 3pm to 5pm or catch it on the archives


THE MORNING DETOUR set us up with this live session with WARRIOR EMPRESS a Calypsonian singer from Trinidad. She performed orus two songs, Time To Arise and the You in You.



POP Montreal is back for it’s 18th edition! Tune in every Tuesday afternoon in September from 3pm to 5pm for interviews and highlights of musical acts featured at this year’s POP Montreal.

How to subscribe to your favourite shows

Did you know that you can subscribe to all your favourite CKUT shows? In a few simple steps you can set up your music player or podcast app of choice to automatically download each week’s episode. It’s pretty easy and you’ll never miss a show!

In brief, grab the RSS feed link from a show page and add it to your music player or podcast app. For more details just read this simple tutorial!

Music department blog

Latest TOTAL ECLIPSE news & features: CHARTS FOR September 17th 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’s 30th Anniversary Commemorative Zine is here!**

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