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Temporary Power Outage!

keep-calm-and-listen-to-music-605 Due to a temporary electrical shutdown at the Student Union Building (SUB) in UBC’s Vancouver campus, CiTR will not be broadcasting its regular content from 09:00 tomorrow morning (Sunday, August 17th) till about 06:00 Monday, August 18th.

However, CiTR will still be broadcasting some groovy tunes in the form of a giant playlist that is crafted by our staff members. This means you can still enjoy awesome independent music all day long!

Mark Kleiner Power Trio at Fox Cabaret – August 15th

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Friday, Aug 15th at 7:30pm  The Mark Kleiner Power Trio will play the Fox Cabaret (2321 Main Street).

The Mark Kleiner Power Trio is playing its first live show in 12 years! Along with drummer Kurt Dahle (New Pornographers, Neko Case) and bassist Pete Mills (Flash Bastard), the trio will rock a selection from their 2002 album Love to Night, some new songs, and tunes from Mark’s 90s Vancouver-based bands Jungle and Sister Lovers. He also been as guest DJ  on the Nardwuar the Human Serviette radio show on CiTR 101.9 FMListen to their song Fell In Love With The Girl in advance!

Also, a very special guest will be making an appearance. Sara Lapsley – host of CiTR’s The Arts Report – will be singing a few tracks, proving to everyone that a passion for creating music still thrives, even with pressures of a 9-5 job and having to host a weekly radio show! Come show your support for a fellow CiTR member and have a good time while you are at it.

Tickets are $12 in advance and are available at Red Cat and Zulu Records

Sponsored by CiTR and Discorder Magazine

Out on Screen: Queer Film Festival – August 14th to 24th

Queer Film Fest 2014

The 26th Vancouver Queer Film Festival will Begin on this  Thursday!

Held by Out On Screen, Queer Film Festival will last for 11 days until Aug 24th, featuring more than 90 queer films in 5 different theatres in downtown Vancouver.

CiTR is sponsoring two films:
1) Out in the Night.  “A fun night out in their safe haven of New York City’s West Village changed the lives of seven young African-American lesbian women forever…” At 9:30 pm Aug 18th, @SFU’s Goldcorp Centre for the Arts.
2) Salvation Army ” in a country where homosexuality is still a crime, this award-winning feature debut is Abdellah Ta a’s cinematic retelling of his roundly acclaimed autobiographical novel, Salvation Army…” At 9 pm Aug 22nd, @ Cineplex Odeon International Village Cinemas

Regular single ticket is $12 and only $8 for students, seniors and underemployed patrons. Click here for more info.

Come and celebrate together!

Sponsored by CiTR Radio and Discorder Magazine

Timbre Concerts Presents: Benjamin Booker with Special Guests The Districts, and Eric Campbell & The Dirt at The Media Club| August 13th

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Benjamin Booker

On Wednesday night, Timbre Concerts brings a night of fresh faced indie rockers at The Media Club.

Benjamin Booker is an ridiculously talented 22 year old based in New Orleans. He played his first live show just two years ago but has come a long way already by being featured on the Late Show with David Letterman and opening for Jack White! Benjamin Booker embodies the Chuck Berry era of rock n’roll especially with a high-energy band backing him. He is on tour to promote the release of his debut self-titled album, which you can stream in high quality for free on NPR (for a limited time)!
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CiTR and CJSF Present: NOISE FLOOR at Fox Cabaret | Featuring: Sinoia Caves, More Than Human, Lola Vutru, Common Vernacular, DJ B & Coastal Imaging | August 12th

Noise Floor CiTR and CJSF Radio would like to revolutionize your cosmic perspective and entrance you with the sounds of Vancouver’s freshest, most cerebral electronic music!

There are two CiTR stars to look out for at NOISE FLOOR: DJ B aka CiTR’s Technical Coordinator Brad Winter as well as the radio show and record label More Than Human! Aside from CiTR’s own, there are plenty of other incredibly talented DJs at work including Sinoia Caves, Lola Vutru, Common Vernacular, and Coastal Imaging will be there providing spectacular sounds and psychedelic visual projections.

Check out an awesome CJSF interview with DJ B (programmer by day, DJ by night) and Common Vernacular right here, so that you can get a taste of the amazing experimental sounds you will hear on Tuesday, August 12th at the Fox Cabaret! Tickets are only $7 and Doors open at 8PM. For more information, visit NOISE FLOOR’s Facebook event page. See you there!

Sponsored by CiTR, CJSF and Discorder Magazine

Blueprint Live Shows at Venue: Foxy Shazam – August 9th | BadBadNotGood – August 12th

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Two incredible shows are just days away thanks to Blueprint Live and Venue! Foxy Shazam will be playing with guests Stop Light Observations and BadBadNotGood are paired up with Sabota from Nelson, BC.

Foxy Shazam combine piano, guitar, and percussion, with an emphasis on good old rock and roll theatrics during their live performances. They’re on tour to support their fully independently produced album entitled GONZO. This is an unpolished, raw, but ultimately creatively satisfying album well worth seeing played out live on stage!

Stop Light Observations plays a unique style described as Transformational Rock with influences of ; Classic Rock N’ Roll, Indie, Motown, Hip-hop and Folk, Revival, Psychedelic, Garage, and Arena Rock. With such an eclectic range of influences, you will be bound to be entranced and amazed by the

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Podcast-aways

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You may have noticed that it’s difficult to listen to our podcasts. Well, you see, they’ve sorta went on vacation without letting anyone know. And they booked a one way ticket. But we’re darn smarter than them and they’re coming back, you see, kicking and screaming. We hope to have things ‘sorted out’ very soon – with episodes from the past few vacation weeks available. Thanks for your patience and, in the meantime, please continue to enjoy the radio as it was meant to be, live on-air over the frequencies and into your ears.

Update from tech: Podcasts are back up, and slowly re-instating older podcast audio to the beginning of time!

Blueprint Live Presents: Crocodiles with Special Guests Dead Ghosts at The Fox Cabaret – August 4th

Crocodiles Poster Next Monday, indie rock band Crocodiles along with guest act Dead Ghosts are coming to the Fox Cabaret to rock the house!

Crocodiles (the band that is) come from San Diego. Core members Brandon Welchez and Charles Rowell formed the band back in 2008. Their style is a combination of indie-noise pop and punk. They are currently on tour to support their latest album entitled “Crimes Of Passion“. “I Like it in the Dark” is the debut track in the album and with its vibrant, joyful sound it gets you pumped up for getting through the grind of your daily routine. Check it out here!
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Jocelyn Morlock, Canada’s leading new music composer, will appear on 4’33”

This Monday, between 6-7pm, Jocelyn Morlock will make a guest appearance on 4’33”, a program dedicated to avant-garde, experimental and new music.

Jocelyn has recently been named the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra cobalt2Composer-in-Residence for a two year post beginning in September. For the past two years, Jocelyn has served as the inaugural Composer-in-Residence for Vancouver’s innovative concert series, “Music on Main.” Jocelyn is a Juno-nominated composer, and has also been recently nominated for two Western Canadian Music Awards: Classical Composition of the Year, for “Oiseaux bleus et sauvages,” and COBALT, a CD of orchestral works ten years in the making. Jocelyn’s newest creation has just been performed to capacity crowds at the Cultch in the re-imagined story of Orpheus. The Orpheus Project, a cabinet of musical curiosities, invited the audience to partake in an immersive musical journey.

Please join host Gregory Gan and Jocelyn Morlock this Monday, 6-7pm on our own immersive journey to magnetic, inviting and inspiring music by one of Canada’s leading composers.

Yonatan Gat with Selector Dub Narcotic, Johnny de Courcy & The Death Rangers and Snake River at Biltmore Cabaret | July 31st

Yonatan Gat Poster Next Thursday, Biltmore Cabaret presents four artists for the price of one! Tickets only cost $8, that’s $2 per band!

Yonatan Gat is formerly a member of Monotonix and plays a heavily psychedelic style of solo guitar. Hailing from New York, Yonatan Gat’s music is infused with Spanish, Portuguese, and Middle-Eastern grooves. He was voted by New York’s Village Voice as “The Best Guitarist of 2013″. Check out his debut album Iberian Passage!
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