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CKUT TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE CHARTS::: October 11, 2016

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Hi friends,

Hope all the Canadians reading this had a good long weekend. I managed to squeeze in a couple friends-giving dinner parties and spent a good part of yesterday painting the interior of a beloved local DIY space. Forget those old-school colonial celebrations and give thanks for things that are meaningful in yr community – and give back if you can. :)

xo
joni

:::WHAT’S UP AT CKUT:::
Every Wednesday in October from 12-2pm tune into If You Got Ears for a very special residency curated by local audio/visual artist Estraven Lupino-Smith. Using a variety of angles to explore the intersections between nature and technology, they’ll be crafting soundscapes from long form drones, field recordings, and everything in between. In Lupino-Smith’s own words:

This residency will focus on drone/doom/experimental work and feature samples from animals that I have recorded or that are part of the Macauley Library. Expect some guests and live performances, where we will be drawing from this public archive for inspiration. The sound work I present will engage with the ideas of nature and technology, the way our interactions with the so-called “natural world” are technologically mediated, and that there are many amazing, wonderful and awe inspiring sounds made in nature.

Stream it live via ckut.ca every Wednesday afternoon, and download full episodes from our audio archives.

:::CHARTS:::
ckut top 30 – october 11, 2016

1. v/a – no. 2 – oh hi CC *
2. un blonde – good will come to you – egg paper factory CC *
3. best fern – s/t – self-released CC *
4. ylangylang – life without structure – self-released CC *
5. bon iver – 22, a million – jagjaguwar Continue reading

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Estraven Lupino-Smith Hosts CKUT’s If You Got Ears

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Every Wednesday in October from 12-2pm tune into If You Got Ears for a very special residency curated by local audio/visual artist Estraven Lupino-Smith. Using a variety of angles to explore the intersections between nature and technology, they’ll be crafting soundscapes from long form drones, field recordings, and everything in between. In Lupino-Smith’s own words:

This residency will focus on drone/doom/experimental work and feature samples from animals that I have recorded or that are part of the Macauley Library. Expect some guests and live performances, where we will be drawing from this public archive for inspiration. The sound work I present will engage with the ideas of nature and technology, the way our interactions with the so-called “natural world” are technologically mediated, and that there are many amazing, wonderful and awe inspiring sounds made in nature.

Stream it live via ckut.ca every Wednesday afternoon, and download full episodes from our audio archives.