Sunday, June 17, 2018

Radio - Sunday, June 10th, 2018

Tonight is CIUT’s spring fundraising drive. We have made it a tradition to test the DJs on the Prophesy on their knowledge of songs related to the ska/reggae scene, but we play covers by punk bands. Tonight we featured a song that is a combination of two songs that bring the punk and reggae world’s together. Arthur and the Spooners created a mash up between the Clash’s “Guns of Brixton” and Jimmy Cliff’s “The Harder they Come”, which they use clever lyric blends to bring the songs together. You can support the station by pledging on-line at Stream the show on the player above or download this week’s show here.

ARTHUR AND THE SPOONERS – From Brixton to Kingston

Cleave Anderson came in on the show to tell us about how he got into punk rock. Here's the video for the song that inspired him to get into punk rock.

Cleave also told us a story about a ska show at the Nikolodeon. The next song is a version of Selector’s “Times Hard” recorded by the Restarts in our old studio.

RESTARTS - Times Hard (CIUT)
BIG BROTHER - The Future is Dead (Stupid Stupid Henchmen (Self-Released)
RANCID - Where I'm Going

We set up song ska songs to talk over while we ask for your support for CIUT. We start with a new Mexican ska band.

LOS RUDE BOYS - Mexico Sigo Yo
ARTHUR KAY AND THE ORIGINALS - Mardi Gras on a Saturday Night
RUDE PRIDE - Many People Suffer

Back to the punk programming.

THE ENFORCERS – Ultraviolence (Self-Released)
CHRIST AIR – Faceplant (Self-Released)
THE LUCKY ONES – Stupid Song (Stumble)

Here is a set of old bands with new releases starting with recently released Husker Du from the “Metal Circus” era.

HUSKER DU - Won't Change
NIP DRIVERS - Fox on the Run
THE ADICTS - And It Was So

Every month we compile a Top 10 of favourites from new releases. Going from old to new bands here are my number one picks of from the last six months.

FAITHLESS - Turn the Tide (Self-Released)
ANTIMOB - Κάλεσμα στο ποίμνιο
SHITTY LIFE - Panic Attack
ULTRARAT - Égorger
PISS - Ignorant and Destructive
DAGGER - Singled Out (Self-Released)

Over the last six months we put together a number of special features on punk which included:

  • 1990 - 2000 on Mexican punk (January
  • 2000-2010 on Mexican punk hosted by Jose
  • DJ Dr, Nora Noise from Italy featuring Italian hardcore
  • Punk from Hawaii, New Brunswick, Toronto strong, Chicago, Dublin (Karate Club), Tijuana
  • Ska feature
  • B-GIRLS two part interview
  • Peter Swedenhammer who is behind the Killed by Death site
  • Dave Stevenson’s X-Mas show
  • Post punk feature on Toronto (December 17th)
  • SHEXD on December 10th.

In store we have a show on :
- Lithuanian punk show
- show on Colombia

Here are some songs to recognize the special programming from the past six months

RAW POWER - Dedico Queste Righe
DFMK - Renu(e)ncia

Demo features are a staple of the show and since the last fundraising drive we have played locals including:

DAMAGERS, TOURIST (from Toronto)
CRACKED EYE (from London)
BRAIN ITCH and UNCLE Ray (from Windsor)
WAX (from Halifax)
HONEY (from Winnipeg)
DISPHORIA (From Victoria)
NNIC FIT, CANDY, and CORNER BOYS (from Vancouver)
TIRED OUT - (from Belarus)
MAREE NOIRE (from France)
I.S.S. (from North Carolina), OBSTRUCTION (from Dallas), DREAM PROBE (from Chicago)
GAME (from England)

TOURIST - Darker Hue
CANDY – Bears
OBSTRUCTION - Detached Resolve

Tonight’s demo feature is the new MALDITA recording called


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