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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.
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.
30 Years of stories and station history crammed into 100 pages of paper and PDF. Check it out for a crash course in CKUT history.
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.
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’s archiving team has been hard at work over the past couple years – check out a collection of old CKUT print publications and get a glimpse into the station’s history.
Chloe sits down with past and present LMM hosts, Rufo Valencia and DJ The Most High, for a wide ranging interview.
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.
Suhrid was a force in Montreal’s music community before decamping to the United States and eventually to (his motherland) New Dehli, India.
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.
In 1969 a group of students occupied the 9th floor computer center of Sir George Williams University (currently known as Concordia University) to object to racial bias in academia. Funky Revolutions looks back at the protest.
The Goods radio show went live from Casa Del Popolo for an interview with host Andy Williams, conducted by Doug Miller.
Martha Marie Kleinhans was one of the key driving forces behind CKUT’s FM 1987 licence application and move to FM.
In this interview she talks about her passion for the Music Library, the massive toolbox of skills she acquired and some of the more unusual challenges she faced while at CKUT.
Ian Pringle was a Bookkeeper and Spoken Word Coordinator from 1987-1991.
Sue arrived at the station in ’86 and was station manager in the initial CKUT FM era from 1987-1989.
Stuart was active at CKUT from 1991-95 and worked in the Spoken Word and News Department.
Bryan Zuraw was at Radio McGill/CKUT from 1983-1997 as a volunteer, Librarian and Music Coordinator.
CKUT has covered issues from street level emphasizing the voices of those not heard in mainstream media, namely those affected by the policies, regulations and political decisions.