Metallic Montreal

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METALLIC MONTREAL

Rising from the ashes of former CKUT radio show Sounds of Steel, Metallic Montreal pushes the boundaries of art and brutality. Hosted by former SoS host Noah “The Bastard Child” and newcomer (but local scene veteran) “Thrasher Asher”, these DJs bring forth the latest and greatest in METAL from both around the world and the city of Montreal. Loud, vicious, and heavy!!

Tune in each 2nd, 4th, and 5th Saturday: 9-11pm on CKUT 90.3FM, also streaming worldwide at ckut.ca.

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Funky Revolutions

on CKUT 90.3 FM Samedi 14:00-16:00.

Funky Revolutions exposes and explores groove music through the framework and concepts of funk music and its spirit of revolution. The show aims to present all forms of funky music from around the world, to produce relevant cross-cultural and creative alternative radio programming, and to provide an interesting framework for the expression of grass roots voices for change within the contexts of revolution. Funky Revolutions is for those who love to drive, love to dance, and just like to sit back and let the rhythm flow through their souls. The goal of this program is to trace the course of the funk movement: original funk in the 1970s; techno, hip hop, and progressive rock of the 1980s and 90s; and contemporary acid jazz and trip hop movements. Funky Revolutions is on the airwaves every Saturday from 14:00-16:00.

Hip Hop and FunkMusic

Gotsoul Sessions

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Gotsoul Sessions hosted by Ms. Benn and spinning tunes DJ jojoflores & Toddy Flores. Ms Benn will be taking you all into the depths of the music industry. Tune in, as Internationally known jojoflores spins some great tunes. And listen in to the weekly conversation with special guests as we answer behind the scenes questions. Feel free to call in the station 514-448-4013 to ask any questions you may have. From promoters, to contracts, to where money can be made, to artists experiences, Ms Benn will be covering it all. This week we cover the role of a promoter. Keep it locked on ckut 90.3fm.

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Labour Radio

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MUSIC COORDINATOR JOB FULL TIME

DEADLINE TO APPLY MONDAY NOV. 27TH 5PM

SEND CV & COVER LETTER TO hiring@ckut.ca

START DATE - DECEMBER 11TH 2017

ONLY THOSE CONSIDERED FOR AN INTERVIEW WILL BE CONTACTED

ABOUT CKUT CKUT 90.3FM is a not-for-profit, campus/community radio station in Montreal. As a campus/community radio station, CKUT’s mandate is to provide an essential service to those in the Montreal community whose needs are not met by mainstream commercial and/or public radio. CKUT functions not only as an alternative to the status quo, but also as a viable community resource. CKUT serves as a training ground for the community and student populations, and in doing so provides an essential educational and informational service to the greater Montreal community.

POSITION OVERVIEW The Music Coordinator is a full-time, permanent position with a salary of $28,600 and four weeks of vacation per year. The ideal candidate will be comfortable wearing many hats: from developing relationships with local music communities to sharing in the station’s management, the Music Coordinator must be a dynamic self-starter with keen attention to detail. The Music Department aims to foster creativity and highlight the most innovative sounds from Montreal and beyond, so a forward-thinking mentality and sense of openness are key to excelling in this position. Working alongside the Music Librarian, the Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the department’s volunteer members, facilitating innovative and high-quality music programming, and partaking in shared collective management duties.

Charles Bourassa of BSTB hosts the Montreal Sessions Nov 2017

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Blue Skies Turn Black was founded in 2000 by Meyer Billurcu and Brian Neuman. In the early days, the company operated as both a record label and a promotion company. In 2007, however, the label ceased operations so that BSTB could shift its primary focus on concert promotion. A decade after its first humble event–a DIY screening of Fugazi’s film ‹Instrument›–Blue Skies Turn Black has become an essential fixture in the Montreal musical landscape, having worked with a wide array of international and local artists in venues of all sizes throughout the city. Its team of employees continue to strive to find exciting up-and-coming bands while also concentrating on the hundreds of bands and artists the company has cultivated relationships with over the years.

Tune in every Tuesday 3pm - 5pm or catch it on the archives.

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