Below is our top list of Canadian Indie Music sites, that you just need to check out!
We worked long and hard to compile our list of some of THE top indie music communities, Vancouver Musicians need to check out.
We love to hear about all the new rants and raves of the music bands of Vancouver. Happen to be looking for the latest and hottest venues and clubs in Vancouver? There’s a place for that.
Near a radio? Sick of all the mainstream drivel that’s normally playing? Make sure to check our Radio DJ’s on Citr. They will most definitely satisfy your appetite for the latest Vancouver music.
Curious on what’s going on back stage? Follow Vancouver indie music’s ultimate backstage rider. You won’t be disappointed.
Think Vancouver is Awesome? Hell who doesn’t really? Well there’s a place dedicated to Vancouver’s Awesomeness.
CiTR 101.9 FM is the broadcasting voice of the University of BC (UBC), bringing alternative programming to over two million listeners from Bellingham to Squamish, from Point Grey to Langley.A campus-based community station, CiTR is built through student involvement. A Group of Dedicated CiTR Student Executives make yearly strategic decisions that inform both the future of the station and its’ day to day operations. We offer a place for students to explore their interests in all facets of media, make mistakes, and grow to be future leaders.
We support local & Canadian artists. We are committed to broadcasting independent, new and exciting music. Year round we partner with various members of the music community to promote and showcase both local and Canadian talent to the Greater Vancouver Area as well as to the rest of the world.
Community support allows us to promote diverse cultural coverage Besides musical genres of all kinds, we broadcast news, comedy, issues programming, Thunderbird Sports, and more. We constantly strive to give underrepresented members of the community a voice on our airwaves.
CJSF broadcasts from the Burnaby mountain campus of Simon Fraser University at 90.1 FM to most of Greater Vancouver, from Langley to Point Grey and from the North Shore to the US Border. It is also available on 93.9 FM cable in the communities of SFU, Burnaby, New Westminister, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Surrey and Delta, in British Columbia Canada and through MP3 streaming and through a speaker located just outside the station. CJSF is on 7 days a week between the hours of 8AM-2AM.As a campus/community station, CJSF strives to provide points of view that are rarely expressed in mainstream media. This includes music that isn’t top 40 and news that isn’t on the big media outlets. As a non-commercial station, CJSF takes pride in being an alternative to mainstream media and offers the public a forum for expressing points of view that otherwise may not be heard.