28 June 2024 Broadcast Preview.


CITR’s 24 Hours of Radio Art in a snack sized format. Dark Ambient. Drone. Field Recordings. Noise. Sound Art. Or something.

This Friday afternoon’s broadcast features Calgary’s Echthros, phoanøgramma / Luca Ferro, Eraldo Bernocchi (Sigillum S) and Christopher James Chaplin‘s new ‘The Same and The Other‘ collaboration, Onasander / Ashtoreth / Gydja, DarkSonicTales, Lorem, Vancouver’s Kuma (‘I Grew Up In Spectral Places‘), and Toronto’s Kilometre Club (‘Let Us Compare Geographies‘).

Starting at 2 PM Pacific on CITR 101.9FM, streaming at PLAYER.CITR.CA

(Photo Credit: Bent Window Records)


New Music Review By Mark Hjorthoy

phoanøgramma / Luca Ferro – Limen Memoriae

The sheer number of individual sounds on this release is fantastic. I am a huge fan of electronics over tape sounds. The way phoanøgramma and Luca Ferro bring it all together in a cohesive album is nothing short of amazing. The pieces flow in and out with ease and gel in a style that can only be made from the two of them. This one lives on my phone and probably will until it breaks. I love the imagery I get when hearing each track. Bravo. This one is a winner.

Kilometre Club – Let Us Compare Geographies

Toronto’s Daniel Field, (also known as Kilometre Club) has a new release that represents different towns in Canada. These dreamy and hopeful soundscapes remind me of Vancouver’s loscil and conjure up good memories for me. If these tracks represent the towns they are named after, I want to go on a trek to see them all in person. Of course, I’ll be listening to their namesakes while I’m staring into the inviting scenery. I think that’s what makes this album so special. It makes you want to explore our beautiful country, and dream of days without complication. This one feels personal.