With CKUT’s new 2023 website launching this week, we take a look back at the history of our station on the web, going back to 1990.
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.
Interviews with Queercorps host Puelo Dier and photographer Linda Dawn Hammond about the infamous event known as Sex Garage that galvanized the queer community in July 1990.
On April 30, 1997, QueerCorps hosted a fundraiser at Club Hommes in the Gay Village (formerly the infamous Kox) to celebrate a big moment in pop culture.
Buju played the now defunct Montreal Medley in March 1996 and came by CKUT for an interview with Butcher T.
The all female Seattle band talk about their problem with being labeled a Riot Grrrl band, their experiences after the death of their guitarist, and more.
This promo is priceless – captures what we could get away with on community radio in the 90s if you were creative enough to explore the opportunity.
Speaking on the controversial lawsuit over Negativeland’s U2 album, member Mark Holser delves deeper in the question that arose from the lawsuit: who controls art?
Reaching into the roots of Funky Revolutions.
Bassist Laura Stein calls the station for an interview right before heading out on the band’s very first Canadian tour.
A discussion about the Canadian prison system on CKUT’s airwaves in 1992.
Aesthetic revolutionary and soprano singer Diamanda Galás speaks with Peter Dubé of QueerCorp sometime in the early 90s. Art, revolution, AIDS, literature, truth and passion.
Members of the Scottish band visit the station to explain how their origins in classical music led them into the indescribable noise known as the Dog Faced Hermans.
An episode of CUTS dedicated to the multitalented artist Lydia Lunch.
Zany radio promos for CKUT’s 4th Birthday party which took place Nov 14th, 1991 at Foufounes Electriques.
Hosted by Neil Wiernik, best known for his electronic music done under the name NAW. Neil regularly invited musicians to perform live experimental music on his show.