Daily Archives: July 17, 2012


Do you, or someone you know, like concerts?

You know what’s awesome? When our radio programmers also happen to be excellent concert programmers, like Nick Cabelli from Cabelli Présente happens to be! Nick has programmed an excellent series of shows in August on the 16, 17 and 18th.

Co-presented by this here blog!, the shows feature CKUT faves like Cop Car Bonfire, Dreamboy, ¡Flist!, Halfdogj.r, Hand Cream, Institutional Prostitution, Les Momies de Palerme, Mozart’s Sister, Syngja, UN et/ou We R Dying 2 Kill U and lots more. Here’s the show poster for the first show in the series, check out Cabelli’s Tumblr for more!

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Check out Cult MTL, y’all.

Check out the website that has risen like a phoenix from the ashes of the Anglo paper weekly, the Montreal Mirror: Cult MTL!

From the website:

We all worked at the Montreal Mirror, either in editorial or as freelancers or both. Our aim is to serve Montreal as we used to, but with a fresh format and voice. We will deliver daily coverage of the city, from news to culture to event listings and recommendations for things to do, see and hear. Because there’s never a shortage of stuff to do, just a shortage of savvy voices to steer you to the best of it.

Check out our coverage on the fold of the MTL Mirror right over here!


Sexy times on 21st Century Schizophone

You think it’s hot outside right now?  Wait until the 21st Century Schizophone hits the airwaves for its third outing. This week we present an extended meditation on questions of identity as mediated by sound technologies.  In the first hour we set the flux capacitor on the captain’s chair to 1985 from whence the 12 year-old version of your host Randolph Jordan will guide us through a Gerstyn Hayward mix-tape including radio, turntable and tape experiments by Konstantin Raudive, William S. Burroughs, Brion Gysin, Genesis P-Orridge, John Oswald, Steve Reich, Terry Riley, Crispin Glover, Philip Jeck, and The Son of Schmandolph vs. The Human Ick, capped off by a live vinyl butchering session as the present-day R.J. hacks through a stack of spoken word records on the CKUT decks.  And in the second hour we’ll be joined live in studio by special guest Nicole, phone-sex artist extraordinaire who will demonstrate her vocal talents while we muse about the soundscapes of auditory arousal and the slippery nature of identity when the voice is allowed to roam free of the body – complete with an experimental spiritualist phone sex séance to bring the show to a head!