Tune into a 3 part series recorded Saturday, November 25, 2:00pm at the Djavad Mowafaghian World Art Centre at Simon Fraser University co-sponsored by SFU OR Gallery i...

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    CJSF Record Club is a monthly musical meet-up here at CJSF 90.1 FM - think of it like a book club for music! To celebrate Black History Month, we invite you to bring music by your favourite Black artists or simply drop by and hang...

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    Into voiceover work? Able to edit audio in your sleep? Our search for a Production Department Coordinator continues, but perhaps you're what we're looking for to fill this opening. We're keeping this posting open until we find the...

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    Just in time for January's end, we present to you our Top 9 Album Picks of 2023, courtesy of CJSF Music department coordinator, Connor!

    How do we make our Album Picks? We personally listen to every piece of music that comes into CJSF's mus...

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    The 1975: Still, Yet Again, At Their Very Best

    The 1975 have returned once again to embark on a tour of their very best. After releasing their latest record “Being Funny in a Foreign Language”, the band have toured non-stop around the entire world, with frontman Matty Healy seemingly playing t... Continue reading...

    We Miss You Already Del Water Gap

    Del Water Gap are a shining example of the resurgence of glittering indie-pop in the last decade. They are the solo project of Brooklyn singer-songwriter S. Holden Jaffe, who claims it has been his fight against his inner-critic and the consequenc... Continue reading...

    To Share is to Self-Care: Eloise Review

    Eloise is a singer-songwriter from London who writes, in her own words, “miserable songs about love”. Eloise’s musical mixology accounts for incorporations of jazz standards, R&B, bedroom-jazz, indie-pop and indie-... Continue reading...

    No Shame in Post-Punk Revival

    Post-Punk revivalists Shame released their third album, Food for Worms, in February this year through Dead Oceans records, home to other post-rock and post-punk artists such as Wednesday and Slowdive. Since then, they have been debuting tracks suc... Continue reading...

    Speak Up!
    To air on: Wednesday, February 28, 2024

    Part 2 of a presentation and panel recorded Saturday, November 25, 2:00pm at the Djavad Mowafaghian World Art Centre at Simon Fraser University co-sponsored by SFU OR Gallery in conjunction with their exhibition, The Seventh. It features participating artists Lauren Brevner and James Nexw’Kalus-Xwalacktun Harry in conversation with Xwalacktun Rick Harry, Tʼuyʼtʼtanat-Cease Wyss, and Aaaron Nelson-Moody, moderated by Jenn Jackson.

    Speak Up!
    To air on: Monday, February 26, 2024

    Part 1 of a presentation and panel recorded Saturday, November 25, 2:00pm at the Djavad Mowafaghian World Art Centre at Simon Fraser University co-sponsored by SFU OR Gallery in conjunction with their exhibition, The Seventh. It features participating artists Lauren Brevner and James Nexw’Kalus-Xwalacktun Harry in conversation with Xwalacktun Rick Harry, Tʼuyʼtʼtanat-Cease Wyss, and Aaaron Nelson-Moody, moderated by Jenn Jackson.