On the 34th Anniversary of CKUT’s 1989 Gay Day event, we take a look into what inspired it, how it happened, and who was involved.
KRAK was a citywide print publication started by staff at CFRM (pre-CKUT) which ran from 1986-1988 and gives a look into the scene which spawned the station that became CKUT.
Trace the station’s programming history and graphic design trends year by year with a look at all the programming guides we found in our archives.
CKUT is digitizing our amazing cassette collection. Take a listen to some of the gems we found. Presented by our archivist Jack. 100% Can Con.
A story of the early days written by Vince Tinguely, of Tuesday afternoon’s The Kitchen Bang Bang Law, for our 20th anniversary.
They had never met each other before and come from opposite musical worlds – it’s going to be great right?
Home recordings from the legendary Sound Supreme Show, which aired Saturday nights on CKUT during the late 80s and early 90s and influenced a generation of Montréalers.
Chuck D shares his opinions on the American government, politicians, history, and the effects of all three on Black America.
… take a turn for the better, turn left on your FM dial to 90.3, and get away from the middle of the road with CKUT, Montreal’s great new sound!
Vince Tinguely, hosted the radio show “This Show is History” back in 1987-88. And so it is.