Articles tagged with: Citr
For the first time in Surrey, a festival that combines the magic of reggae with the Afrocaribbean culture at the Stetson Bowl 6050 176th Street in Surrey.
The festival features Jamaican superstar Luciano. For almost 25 years Luciano has been brightening the stages with his Rastafarian-influenced reggae songs. Now he is ready to bring his gospel to a crowd of dancers and reggae lovers of all ages. Its a unique opportunity for the whole family to come enjoy an event that features reknowned artists of different backgrounds.
The Surrey Reggae Festival is …
Fundraiser/Benefit, shows, Tours »
Jah Cutta will perform May 28th at the Red Room with special guests MNGWA for the Hayley Rose Foundation Fundraiser.
VanMusic, Super Chido Productions and The Hayley Rose Foundation – HRF present a night of dancing with Montreal reggae legend Jah Cutta with special guests MNGWA and One Kingdom. Tunes by CiTR and CFRO longest Reggae DJ in Vancouver George Barrett.
Jah Cutta is an artist who believes that music should serve a purpose – “I was ordained to sing music to uplift people and bring joy into their lives.”
Over the past …
The Morning After Show, the official show of VanMusic.
The Morning After Show hosted by Oswaldo Pérez Cabrera has been on the air for 15th years. Support the show and get prizes. CiTR 101.9 FM Fundrive started officially. First people to donate to The Morning After Show will get a pair of tickets for La Super Fiesta Furios CD release party with Kutapira, Warless, Hang Ten Hangmen. Live Burlesque with April O´Peel and Violet Femme and hosted by The Purrfesor. April 17th at The Imperial.
First person who donates 50 or more to my show will get a pair of tickets to Jarabe de Palo concert which will be the 15th year Anniversary party opening Los Furios and Caracas. March 24th at The Rickshaw.
The biggest donor the show will get a pair of tickets for Flamin´Groovies courtesy of Rickshaw Vancouver. Opening are BUM and Rich Hope and his Evil Doers March 14th.
he Morning After Show has been on air at CiTR101.9 FM for the last 15 years showcasing thousands of independent bands. Many bands have paraded through the airwaves of CiTR many of them playing LIVE.
This year, we’re aiming to raise $35,000 in pledges to support our quality programming and operations, and our move into the new Student Union Building on campus! Check out the plans for our new space!
Starting Thursday, February 27th at noon and ending Thursday, March 6th at 7:30 pm, we’ll be asking people on the airwaves to support our radio station. People can donate by:
CiTR’s Diamond Radioversary Party
Saturday, November 17th at Chapel Arts 304 Dunlevy.
I have had the honour of being part of the CiTR family for more than 12 years now. I have met many, many, many, many people along the way. I have discovered countless bands and shared them with my audience. I have made many friends and had a lot of people playing live in my show, like 500 maybe with a similar number of interviews ranging from the beginners (I love to have world premiers in my radio show) to …
CiTR is having their annual frundrive, donate to The Morning After Show and Friday Sunrise.
Donations can also be made in-person at CiTR Radio offices. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Personal Cheque, Money Order & Cash, and Direct Deposit. You can also send a cheque payable to UBC with “CiTR Fundrive” in the memo, to the following address:
#233-6138 SUB Blvd.
CiTR is pleased to thank is donors with 2011 Fundrive swag!
Also, Show Specific Swag is available. Donate on your favourite show for a customized prize pack while supplies last! Call …
Our friends from CiTR and Discorder magazine are putting a super trippy festival on Island 22 park. I have never heard of that place before. The bands are really good, this is your opportunity to catch emerging bands before they get big. Then you can say to your friends “yeah I remember I saw Teen Daze at a festival in Chilliwack in 2011”. That is if the world doesn’t end in 2012.
Prizes include recording time from Hive Creative Labs, showcase spots with AMS Events, Canadian Music Week in Toronto, North By Northest in Toronto, CITR Thunderbird Radio Hell, Automatic acceptance to Music Waste 2010, radio exposure, articles on CiTR 101.9 FM’s Discorder Magazine, Van Music, Mint records among others. Scratch Records Band Merch Canada prize packages among other things. The contest takes place at The Railway every Tuesday and there are five judges per night, people related to the music industry.
You’ll need to send:
– A minimum 3 song demo of original material. CD/MP3/MySpace/Bandcamp/Whatever. Rough mixes absolutely OK. We’ll get the idea.
– Contact information (Email + Phone number).
– Bio, photos or other information are not required but we will look at them if you send them in
Canadian Bands, Indie, PodCasts, the morning after show, Vancouver »
The band has a unique sound and they are true warriors of the independent scene. Talented musicians that got together in March of 2009 as an acoustic experiment. They have played and play in groups like the SSRIs, Like Animals Again, The Barcelona Chair and Friends From School, also you can see them jamming with other musicians like Brasstonaut, Olenka and Sciences.Listen to the podcast so you can hear them experiment on AIR with their music and listen to their newest song playing on the radio for the first time.
By Ashly Kissman from What Pink Sounds Like on 101.9 FM
Love Cuts have been rising in popularity and getting lots of praise from music lovers from all over Canada. Kaity McWhinney (vocals,guitar), Cheryl Carpenter (drums) and Tracey Vath (vocals, bass) of local band Love Cuts joined me in studio at CITR 101.9 FM for their first interview ever! They even have fans in Japan! Listen to the podcast.
Founded by Metal Ron and Gerald Rattlehead in 1985 and now continued by DJs Geoff “The Metal Pimp”, Marcia “The Mistress of Metal”, and Andy, Powerchord is Vancouver’s longest running metal show. Over the years, the show has become a staple of Vancouver’s metal community by continuously supporting and informing the masses about both independent and mainstream metal in Vancity’s metal scene. In celebration of this feat, Powerchord is putting on an epic headbanging party with headliners Woods of Ypres along with locals Titans Eve, Scissortooth, Scythia, Magnus Rising and Auroch at Vancouver’s famed Rickshaw Theatre (254 East Hastings).
Friday Sunrise, PodCasts »
CiTR is throwing some pretty spectacular parties in the next few weeks, hope you can make it out to some (if not all) of them.CiTR is throwing some pretty spectacular parties in the next few weeks, hope you can make it out to some (if not all) of them.Or This THURSDAY, MARCH 17th, CiTR is a proud sponsor of DESTROYER at the COMMODORE BALLROOM.
Canadian Bands, Indie, Live Video, Rock, the morning after show, Vancouver »
Listen to the podcast in the postcast. I was blown away by the quality of this band. I have an EP called Simon Says and it is really good but it doesn’t capture the energy and the charisma that they portray when they play LIVE! The songs will crawl into your head and stay there until you have to play them in your stereo at loud volume.
A lot of bands and influences rushed through my head when I was watching at them, the first one was De Lorean, that Spanish band, but also some songs really remind me of The Strokes, so I guess they pop indie rock is between the electronic ambient of De Lorean and the guitar riffs of the Strokes. “Joy Division” says Miso, the singer “The Smiths” replies Valentino, other answers start flowing “New Order, The Cure, Britpop, Donosaur Jr. The Velvet Underground, T-Rex”. I saw them at the Biltmore and invited them to The Morning After Show a couple of weeks after that to know more about this indie band.