CBC’s Duke Eatmon brought a camera crew and emcees Mizery and Meryem Saci down to the station to talk with Butcher T about the past present and future of the culture.
Butcher T has been credited as being the person who brought hip hop to Montreal – by regular trips to New York City – hauling music over the border to bring to the record store he worked at, “Stretch’s Records”.
Posters, flyers, odds and ends from our annual Funding Drive event, going back to 1991.
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.
Chloe speaks to DJ Static and Professor Groove of WEFUNK and discusses the origins of the show, its beginnings on the internet, and its international reach.
An ongoing series on West Indian Rhythms, chatting weekly with reggae, calypso and soca artists.
Thanks to innovations in technology, grants, wires, and gear, we set up all our shows to keep on broadcasting from their respective locations while the station remained closed.