CHSR and Gallerie Connexion are proud and excited to present: KILL MATILDA with the Nailheads on September 12 at Gallerie Connexion, 440 York St, Fredericton. $5 at the door, doors open at 8pm. Drop by to hear a very loud rock show, and say Hi to CHSR! Let’s kick of the week with a ROCK!
Look for CHSR volunteers around both UNB & STU campuses during Orientation week! Many of our volunteers will be wearing our aquamarine t-shirts, and at least one will be wearing a tophat. Ask them about what you can get involved with at the station, and what to listen for. Specific events to watch out for:
Curious about First Words? They’re going to be playing at the Orientation concerts this year, and CHSR’s own DJ STV (host of Strictly Hip-Hop on Thursdays at 8pm) will be both playing with First Words and DJ’ing between sets.
Tonight, 10:30pm on August 26 at the Capital Complex: The Paint Movement, Sandman Viper Command and Oh No Theodore! The Paint Movement stopped in to talk to Matt Nightingale, MD (Music Director) about hot dog water (and other things): [audio:http://chsrfm.ca/podcast/general/Interviews/2011-08-26%20-%20Paint%20Movement.mp3] Sandman Viper Command return to CHSR to talk to Mark the Encaffeinated ONE (Program Director)
Ilan Levy has been bicycling across Canada in support of SchoolBOX, a program to raise money for schoolchildren in Nicaragua. We spoke to him on the phone on August 11, and he arrived in studio to chat with us live on August 16. August 11 interview (hosted by Station Manager Tim) [audio:http://chsrfm.ca/podcast/general/Lunchbox/Lunchbox%20-%20D20110811%20-%20Interview%20with%20Ilan%20Levy%20of%20SchoolBOX%20-%20FINAL.mp3] August 16 interview
Fredericton blogger Charles Leblanc recently hit his millionth hit on his blog, and Justin Marshall (host of Political Junkies) sat down to talk to him about how he got to this point, and his role in politics in New Brunswick. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Google Podcasts | RSS | More
Happy Pi Approximation Day! (It’s 22/7 today! … Yeah, I had to look it up too.) Don’t like that? Ok, so it’s also Ratcatcher’s Day! 😛 With lightning and thunder crashing all around, how could I not play Flash Lightnin’s self-titled track from their self-titled album? Really? No going against that grain. I also couldn’t
Events happening tonight include: the postponed Vinyl 2Bits concert in Officer’s Square; Peter Hicks playing at Guard House Barracks Square; The Stringers playing at Main Street Ampitheatre; Harry Potter is out! See full post for links & details.
Enchanting, riveting, chamber pop music.. How does one describe the sounds of Ingrid Gatin and Demetra? Join Station Manager Tim Rayne and Program Director Mark the Encaffeinated ONE (of CAFFEEN!) as they talk inspiration, travelling versus touring, multi-instrumentalism with Ingrid Gatin, Demetra Penner and the band, and then get lost in the ethereal sounds of
Windsor, Ontario’s Michou stopped by in mid-May to perform in Session in Studio D. The band to talked to Station Manager Tim Rayne about the band’s baby-years origin and being a DIY band. Thanks to Jordan McDonald (of Misplaced Truths) for sound engineering and Matt Nightingale (of Run For Your Life) for post-production. Podcast: Play
Canadian metal legends Anvil touched briefly down in Fredericton, prompting a two-part special Lunchbox series on the band’s legacy, and featuring an interview with Lips. Part 1: about the band [audio:http://chsrfm.ca/podcast/general/Lunchbox/Lunchbox%20-%20D20110511%20-%20Anvil%20special%20pt%201.mp3|titles=Anvil pt 1: about the band] Part 2: interview with Lips [audio:http://chsrfm.ca/podcast/general/Lunchbox/Lunchbox%20-%20D20110512%20-%20Anvil%20special%20pt%202%20-%20Interview%20with%20Lips.mp3|titles=Interview with Lips of Anvil]
Halifax’s sprawling bluegrass band The Moonshine Ramblers (along with Tom Terrell and three quarters of The Modern Grass Quartet) rambled into town at the last minute. Quebec’s cancellation was our benefit, as they stopped into CHSR to talk bluegrass, shifting instruments, reggae and bluegrass — and play unstoppable music. Hosted by Mark The Encaffeinated ONE
Fredericton is exploding with talent — and Aviate are a great example. Formed just last fall from students at St. Thomas University, Aviate are creating enviable buzz. Jacob Martin (of The Weird, the Beard and the Vegan and Naked Airwaves) hosted the band and got them to do what might be their first recordings anywhere
CHSR’s own Justin Marshall (host of Political Junkies) sat down with each of the candidates in the Fredericton-area federal riding. These have been airing on Lunchbox at noon on the station, but in case you missed them, here they are, in the order they were broadcast! Independent Candidate Adam Scott Ness Website (Facebook) [audio:http://chsrfm.ca/podcast/general/Lunchbox/Lunchbox%20-%20D20110418%20-%20Independent%20Federal%20Candidate%20Adam%20Scott%20Ness.mp3]
Studio D welcomed The Kindness Killers from Peterborough, ON. Three out of four members were on hand to share their “new, old country” music and talk with Program Director Mark the Encaffeinated ONE (of The WEIRD Show, CAFFEEN!) about the appeal of the “weepy era of country music”, the loss of a baritone uke, and
Newly-formed Fredericton-local band The Lilac Affair stopped by CHSR to perform in Studio D! They are currently worked toward their first EP, and had a chance to discuss the making of the new album with Station Manager Tim Rayne — including the fact that some of the tracks were mixed at legendary Abbey Road Studios in
New Brunswick’s own Moment of Inertia stopped by CHSR to rock out Studio D! Host Jeremy Fowler (of The Weird, The Beard and the Vegan and the award-winning Naked Airwaves) talked to them about how the band has evolved over time and the wild and crazy times playing for biker gatherings. Podcast: Play in new
The unstoppable and legendary Celtic-punk band The Real McKenzies whipped through town, stopping briefly to perform at Nicky Zed’s and here at CHSR in Studio D. Station Manager Tim Rayne managed to get a word or two in sideways to find out where to go for beer in Berlin and a graphic opinion of the
The Jimmy Riggers from Montreal stopped in on their brand-new tour through the Maritimes and had a live noon-time chat with Matt Nightingale (host of Run For Your Life, Friday 5pm) on The Lunchbox. Listen to them chat about the eclectic mix that is their latest album. Oh, and duck stains. [audio:http://chsrfm.ca/podcast/general/Lunchbox/Lunchbox%202011-03-24%20-%20The%20Jimmy%20Riggers%20in%20studio.mp3 Interview with The
3 guys and 1 drum machine arrive from Montreal in their haunted Honda Accord. Reversing Falls played a handful of East-coast influenced 2-minute punk songs and talked with Stereo Mike Taggart (of Bravery, Repetition and Noise) about unsanitary, self-inflected, poorly-executed spur-of-the-moment tattoos. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Google Podcasts | RSS | More
Saint John minstrel Adam Mowery dropped by CHSR accompanied by Adam Kierstead of Hospital Grade (also from Saint John) for a two-man, two-guitar psychodelic show. Host Stereo Mike Taggart (of Bravery, Repetition and Noise) talked to them about Saint John music, cassette tapes and dragon boats. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Google Podcasts
American soulful singer-songwriter Melissa Ferrick had just enough time to drop in for a few songs, a little chat and a serenade for hosts Sprout and Bean (of The Mixed Bag) before rushing off for her performance later that night. Hear her talk about where her songs come from and how she sees the world,
The broadcast schedule for the final series of AUS Men’s Hockey is up! Check it out on the Sports page — we’ll be covering all 5 of the final games as they happen (if all 5 are necessary). Listen to Dave & Dave give you the play-by-play excitement you expect! And if that’s not enough
The Belle Comedians followed label-mates Motherhood to stop in and rock the house. Hosts Sprout and Bean (with special guest-sister Leaf) from The Mixed Bag talked about the lead-up to their big release, coordinating across cities, and fighting Facebook over self-promotion. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Google Podcasts | RSS | More