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May 2nd: Waxahatchee @ The Biltmore Cabaret w/ Girlpool and Knife Pleats

10922290_884913568216728_2604617620363909380_oThe 90s indie rock aesthetic of Cerulean Salt put Waxahatchee on people’s radar, and with the recently released pop-sounding Ivy Tripp, Waxahatchee continues to captivate listeners with her voice and words about directionless twentysomethings. On May 2nd, you can see Katie Crutchfield live for yourself at The Biltmore Cabaret with Girlpool and Knife Pleats. A night of folksy guitar pop with teenage rockers Girlpool and Rose Melberg’s latest project, Knife Pleats, you can check out additional details here.


10945487_10152980890707034_5817643929156077228_n This Saturday is the release party of Los Furios‘ latest CD, featuring Warless, Kutapira, and The Hang-Ten Hangmen. Come down to the Imperial Vancouver, for what’s sure to be an amazing night!


Ones&Zeros, Reef Shark, and Cat Blonde @ The Hindenburg – April 16th

THIS THURSDAY, local heroes Ones&Zeros will be headlining a show at ye old Hindenburg. Featuring special guests Reef Shark and Cat Blonde!

Ones&Zeros were cobbled together in 2012 by Jason Maxwell, and are based in Vancouver, B.C. Their debut EP was released in 2013 and featured Caroline Dawid (vocals), Jason (vocals, guitars, keys), Darius Minwalla (drums) and Jesse Lyon (bass). It was engineered by Tyler Berrie and Jesse Lyon and produced by Tyler Berrie and the band. Take a listen here:

Early show. Doors 8pm, first band 8:45pm.
Advance tickets are $9 and are available at Zulu, Red Cat & Neptoon Records & Ticketfly
$12 at door

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Record Store Day On-Air Program Schedule!

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Tune in this Saturday for all the juicy Record Store Day action live, on-the-air, over the radio waves! Live DJs, live bands, live fans all day! On air through CiTR 101.9FM and CJSF 90.1FM from 1pm to 7pm.


Program Schedule

1pm-2pm Beat Street Records

2pm-3pm Neptoon Records

3pm-4pm Red Cat Records

4pm-5pm Vinyl Records

5pm-6pm Horses Records

6pm-7pm Neptoon Records


Come down and hang with us in person or listen on-air!

We’re hiring!

sarahWant to work at CiTR and Discorder Magazine?

Apply to be the next Discorder Editor – plan and edit the content of our monthly music, art and culture magazine! lead a team of editors, writers, artists and photographers! Read the job posting, and apply by Thursday, April 30th.

If you are a student, we’re also hiring the following summer positions – a Promotions Coordinator, a Technical Coordinator and a Programming & Community Engagement Coordinator. Read the job postings, and apply by Sunday, April 26th.

And, we’re hiring a New Music Coordinator for the summer. You don’t need to be a student, but need to be a youth, within the ages of 16-30. Read the posting and apply by Thursday, April 30.

Discorder Fundraiser and Launch Party on Fri, April 17th

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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 performed hundreds of DIY and underground shows around the world. In 2014, she released a visual ep entitled “memory” and a cassette, “Tristă cu Frică”, via Genero, a female-fronted audio collective and independent label.”

The Crowbots
“What do you get when you spend a year and a half scavenging the carcasses of 20th-century rock songs, then spend another year and a half frankensteining them back to life? If you’re the Crowbots, you get five energetic tracks that sound at once classical and freshly technical.” Read more in Discorder….

Still Creek Murder
“Samuel Dick (guitar/vox) and Shay Hayashi (drums/vox) are a rock duo well worth admittance alone…Sam Dick tends to his guitar like a patient in hospice care, comforting it as it violently comes to terms with its own mortality. And with Hayashi both confident and incredible on the drums, Still Creek Murder has a winning recipe almost every time.” Read more in Discorder….

bb.yu [dj set] – Soulful House/Experimental

Doors at 8 pm, $5 before 10 p.m. $10 after 10 p.m. Supporting Vancouver’s independent music community for over 30 years

Live Broadcast of Record Store Day 2015!!

Record Store Day is upon us! Saturday, April 18th your local record shop is the place to be!

This year – like previous years – we are teaming up with the wonderful CJSf 90.1Fm to broadcast Record Store Day live on the radio airwaves! We’ll be bringing you the sounds of live shows, the inside scope on whats new this year, and interviews with fans, record store owners, and bands a like!

Get on down to your local record store and hang out with a CJSF or CiTR radio host, or tune in to CiTR 101.9FM & CJSF 90.1FM for all the updates.

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This Sunday on Bepi Crespan Presents…

ABaker3-Photo-by-LBuckareffThis Sunday, April 12th will be a packed episode on Bepi Crespan Presents… featuring new music from Aidan Baker (pictured), Oren Ambarchi, Purple Crow, Sherwood & Pinch, Shit and Shine… in addition to Giancarlo Toniutti‘s 1985 landmark dark electronics release, La Mutazione.

Tune in from 7:00 – 9:00 PDT.

“Bepi Crespan and CiTR… part of a well-balanced breakfast.”

Salad Days @ Vogue Theatre – April 10th

We are proud to present, with MRG, Georgia Straight and Northern Transmission, the documentary screening for Salad Days: A Decade of Punk in Washington, DC. Opening at The Vogue Theatre on April 10th, this is a comprehensive look at the proto-punk scene in DC over a ten year span with interviews by bands, label owners and fanzine publishers such as Dave Grohl, Ian and Alec Mackaye as well as Henry Rollins. Writer/director Scott Crawford has been publishing zines since the age of 12 on punk stuff, making his take on the DIY scene in Washington particularly relevant to the underground.

Watch the trailer for Salad Days right here!

PROUD @ Firehall Arts Centre From April 7th to 25th

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Firehall Arts Centre will host the fourth production of Michael Healey’s comic political satire, Proud this Sunday on April 5th. The last installment by the award-winning playwright in his Canadian works trilogy, it’ll pique your interest if you’ve ever wondered if Canadian politics is sexy. With a prime minister styled after Stephen Harper, and a Pygmalion type MP floating around the office, Proud has received positive reviews from The Georgia Straight to The Globe and Mail for pitting a likeable (!!) Harper with a female politician from Quebec (nice). Perfect for poli sci and theatre majors alike!

For ticket info, click here.

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