CKUT : yes, it is music.
CKUT's music programmes run the gamut of genres and non-genres with a penchant for innovation and experimentation, niches of pleasure to titillate a variety of discerning listener's tastes. Our broadcast studio is used as a zone for live experimentation, performance, and community involvement on a weekly basis. We don't take ourselves too seriously and enjoy pushing the boundaries of what's expected from a radio frequency.
is one of the largest volunteer owned and operated Campus/Community
radio stations in Montreal, broadcasting 5000 watts of power at
90.3FM from the radio tower that crowns the peak of Mount Royal. The
terrestrial range of the broadcast signal reaches about 150
kilometres around the city, with live streaming and six months of
program archives available at ckut.ca. CKUT is supported by the
students of McGill University, community members, and listener's from
Montreal and beyond.
CKUT is one of the the largest, if not the largest and most active Campus/Community Radio Stations in Canada. The station's direction and programming is a result of the ideas and efforts of over four hundred volunteers who create live radio 24/7, 365 days a year. A volunteer owned and operated station, CKUT operates with a non-hierarchical collective management structure. CKUT's programming is split into three categories with music occupying the largest portion of air time, and news and culture programmes providing the much needed space for marginalized voices and opinions.
No traffic reports, story assignments, play lists,
listener surveys, or demographics to cater to, CKUT 's programming content is entirely in the hands of our volunteer hosts and producers who
have free reign over the content that they send out over the airwaves, ensuring that
the station's programming is not dictated by some self appointed
taste maker. 95% of the programming produced in house.
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ckutmusic on 05/24/2013 at 12:00AM
After a couple years weaving their magical and haunting sounds through Montreal's underground, Les Momies de Palerme went on hiatus. Needless to say, we were thrilled when the duo agreed to reunite and join us in the CKUT studios and play some music during If You Got Ears. Surrounded by an array of synths, effects, cables, and mixers, the pair conjured some seriously dreamy audio during their live performance. The stunning audio and the fleeting reunion made a truely special set.
ckutmusic on 03/28/2013 at 09:30AM
In the decade that he has called Montreal home, Nick Kuepfer has ventured through a wide range of sonic territory: from playing with infamous noise rockers AIDS Wolf to layering minimal guitar compositions with ambient drones, his contributions to the city's musical community are stunning in both their quality and diversity of sound. Keeping with his tradition of collaging unlikely sonic textures, Nick's live performance during the Constellation Records-curated Montreal Sessions found him alternately plucking and bowing an acoustic guitar over unearthly tape loops. At once rich and subtle, this piece will reward those who listen closely.