Daily Archives: May 24, 2013


Les Momies de Palerme – live on IYGE


Montreal avant-garde duo Les Momies de Palerme will be performing live in studio today on If You Got Ears, 12:00-2:00 PM! Since forming in 2006, Les Momies have become a fixture in Montreal’s experimental music community. Their most recent album, Brulez Ce Coeur, was released on Constellation Records. In addition to the live music-making today’s show will also include an interview! Not to be missed. Many sounds never heard before, only on CKUT 90.3FM !!

Listen to the album here: http://cstrecords.com/cst070/


Check out this video of their very trippy performance over on Youtube!



CKUT – Live from the Anarchist Book Fair


This Saturday 2:00-4:00 PM CKUT will be live broadcasting from the CEDA Centre, where the Anarchist Book Fair will be taking place. Over the course of two days, May 25th & 26th, two buildings in Parc Vinet will host a melting pot of progressive thinking, booksellers, vendors, workshops, films, discussions, kids activities, art exhibits, and much more. Just a step away from Lionel-Groulx metro, don’t miss it!

CKUT will be hosting one of these workshops, Saturday 12:30-2:00 PM, focussing on live broadcasting. Learn how to set up equipment for a live radio show, find guests, and do live interviews.

No gods, no masters, no bosses, no borders.

FREE. Welcome to all! See you there!

WATCH Notta Comet Live at Midnight Kitchen

The latest instalment of the McGill Music Sessions features Notta Comet performing jazzy, angsty blends of math rock among the pots, pans, and paprika of the Midnight Kitchen.  What accompanies healthy, vegan, PWYC meals better than local indie rock presented by CKUT and TVM?! Nothing, that’s what.

Notta Comet makes sounds that are a little bit math, a little bit jazz, and a lot bit awesome. Check it out!

WATCH Dykes On Mykes’ OrcHERstra

As some of you know, CKUT turned 25 this year. That’s a quarter of a century! In honour of CKUT’s multi-decade radio presence, we threw a biiiig birthday bash at Sala Rossa on May 11. We had bands, veteran CKUT DJs, celebratory salutes and lots and lots of cupcakes. One of the highlights of the night was definitely the “OrcHERstra.” Past and present hosts from Dykes on Mykes, one of CKUT’s staple shows, came together and performed a really cool set. Check it out below: