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Discorder Fundraiser and Launch Party on Fri, April 17th

Spring party with Discorder Mag! Astoria Friday night! Come out!<>><<>><<>><<>><<>>< Stefana Fratila “Romanian-born electronic artist/producer. Her music revolves around breaking down gender binaries and the silence around gender-based violence. In live settings, she loops and layers improvised vocal melodies with pulsating dance beats and textures of binaural beats. Since the age of 16, she has […]

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HEAVYMETALHELPS-zine

Where to find a good metal read? A fanzine started by one of our own DJ’s! Heavy Metal Helps is a small DIY fanzine started up by Serena Navarro. The first edition will be going to print at the beginning of April and will feature local heavy weights, Heron, as well as, Mortals, a black/sludge […]

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CiTR celebrates the French language

        CiTR participated in Rendez-vous de la Francophonie (RVF) 2015, an annual celebration of Canada’s membership in the Francophonie which promotes the French language and its numerous cultural expressions. It runs March 6-22 in communities across Canada. Aaron Joseph, one of the hosts of Crimes and Treasons (Tuesdays 9-11 p.m. on CiTR […]

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We raised $38,300!

Thank you for your amazing generosity! If you missed out on the fun, you can still donate online and help us reach our goal of $40,000!

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International Women’s Day 2015 I March 8 |12PM – 8PM

Artwork by Erica Dolman and Claire Smale  Discorder Illustration by Sharon Ko From 12 – 8 PM on Sunday, March 8, CiTR’s airwaves will be filled with programming  to celebrate International Women’s Day! Tune in as CiTR’s programmers celebrate the role of women throughout the world with 8 hours of vibrant, energetic and dynamic material. Click through for the […]

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Silent Auction SuPrizes: TANTALIZING TICKETS AND PASSIONATE PASSES| FUNDRIVE FINALE at Pat’s Pub | March 6th

The Fundrive Finale is happening tomorrow night at Pat’s Pub! This year’s Silent Auction has loads of tickets for amazing local concerts, festivals, and cultural events. For concerts and music festivals, we’ve got Blueprint providing a pair of 5-day passes to Seasons Music Festival! In addition, the Vancouver Folk Music Festival is providing a pair […]

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Silent Auction SuPrizes: Rockin Records! | FUNDRIVE FINALE at Pat’s Pub | March 6th

The Fundrive Finale is happening tomorrow night at Pat’s Pub! At every Fundrive Finale we have a Silent Auction with loads of awesome prizes. Here are some of the great records and music related prizes we got lined up. Looking to add to your record collection? Vinyl Records and Light Organ Records are offering some […]

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Our Fundrive total is $31,559.45! Phone lines are now closed! Come to our Fundrive Finale tomorrow!

OUR PHONE LINES ARE CLOSED! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR CALLING IN AND DONATING OVER THE PAST WEEK! Our total after today is $31,559.45! Now we rest until tomorrow’s Fundrive Finale https://www.facebook.com/events/835469219833146/ which will rock! You can continue to donate online at www.citr.ca/fundrive AND you can come support by coming to the show tomorrow (maybe […]

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Fundrive Kickoff Party | Feb 26 | The Pit Pub

FUNDRIVE STARTS TOMORROW! We’re kicking things off with a show at The Pit Pub out at UBC with four live bands and student DJs! Featuring: Ace Martens ATSEA Listening Party Tits and Bread   Entry is $5 for the general public and $3 for members of CiTR, UBC Film Society, or UBC Surf Club. All […]

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30 Years of Discorder Magazine Archived through UBC Library

Indie music aficionados can now comb through a 30 year online archive of one of Vancouver’s longest running magazines, Discorder, thanks to a collaboration between CiTR 101.9 FM Radio and UBC Library’s Digitization Centre. The Library has completed digitization of the magazine’s entire run, beginning from February 1983 to the present, providing a retrospective look […]

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