Friday Morning After Show Notes: August 19, 2011

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Show Credits

Hosts: Ken McMurray, Liz Faure, Rachel Turpin, Craig Sauvé
Special Contributors: Amie Watson, Rae Dooley

Show Notes

Intro theme: “The Morning After” by The Narcicyst.

   Monday through Friday from 7 to 9am, CKUT radio offers you fiercely independent, people-powered morning radio to inspire, featuring coverage on independent community-based arts and culture in Montreal and from around the world. We also bring you critical current affairs and news from Montreal and internationally from a social justice perspective.

Music: Lack of Sleep – “Bullet in a Bulls Eye”

-played last night at Le Divan Orange with Groenland

-Quebec quartet who’ve opened for some bigger local indie groups.

-Catchy, heavy-hitting electronic beats

Amie’s Food Report: La Fete des Vendanges in the Cantons-de-l’Est, September 3-5, 10-11, Magog, QC

Links (as mentioned in piece):

Les Péchés de Pinocchio – fois gras with crispy duck cracklings with maple-balsamic-toasted croutons

Cafe Massawippi – yogurt panna cotta with smoked maple trout, diced apple, and cider foam

Vignoble du Marathonien – 2009 late harvest dessert wine

Les Savon des Cantons

Music: Groenland – “Our Last Shot” (3:53)

-played last night at Le Divan Orange with Lack of Sleep

-local group, formerly called “La Pieuvre” (the octopus), doing some catchy electro

Piece on India/Pakistan Independence by Rachel Turpin
Event will take place Friday, August 19th, 2011 at 6:30 pm at Oscar Peterson Hall, Concordia University, Loyole Campus , 7141 Sherbrooke, West.

Municipal Headlines with Ken McMurray, Liz Faure and Craig Sauvé:

Democracy Now! Headlines:

Tom’s Bike Traffic report

Brigette De Pape interview by Rae Dooley

Music: Lovisa Samuelsson – “Drunken Heart Song” (4:21)

-Swedish musician who played at Le Divan Orange Wednesday night, backed up by the group “Sun Has Found Me”.

-Lovisa started as a cellist and pianist but took up guitar and then took up songwriting.

-the music is beautiful and atmospheric, with haunting backup vocals. She also sings a lot in Swedish, but this is one of her English songs.

Liz Faure interview with Jason Hughes on the Empress Theatre:

Community Listings

  • Ainsley McNeaney at the Mariposa Café (5434 Côte-St-Luc Rd), Friday, 8pm.
  • Tera Ter Market in the park at Atwater and Ste-Catherine – say “hi” to Sweet Lee’s Bakery and congratulate them on opening their bakeshop in St-Henri on 291 Beaudoin at St. Henri (the street parallel to Parc Sir-George Etienne Cartier)
  • FREE 90s Dance Party with DJs Jewish Guilt and ABS at Il Motore, 179 Jean-Talon West (near metro De Castelnau), tonight starting at 9pm. Note: They have AC.
  • Verdun Sidewalk Sale
  • If Looks Could Kill – they will
  • Parc Oxygène Demonstration to save da park! Cornroast + music + more! Saturday, August 20 · 1:00pm – 4:00pm, South of Ave des Pins, north of Prince Arthur, west of Parc Ave, east of Hutchison


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And if you liked what you heard today, tune in, each weekday, from 7 to 9am, for the other editions of CKUT’s The Morning After. And for your afternoon news, tune in to CKUT, Tuesday through Friday,  for “Off The Hour”, and Mondays for “En Profondeur”, all from 5 to 6pm.


Outro theme: Caribou – “Lalibela”



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