Win tickets to see SonReal!

SonReal’s touring his latest album and we’ve got tickets to give away. Image: Earmilk

Join us today for your chance to win one of two pairs of tickets to see SonReal, performing Wednesday at Stubb’s!

Along with music from his latest album, we’ve also got a playlist full of brand new releases by artists including AK Fashionista, Altameda, BBQT, Beauts, Black Mountain, Blessed, Bleu, Bodywash, Cœur de pirate, Deux Trois, Dilly Dally, The High Dials, The King Khan & BBQ Show, Kuri, Men I Trust, Nicolette & The Nobodies, No Museums, and Paragon Cause! And, of course, we’ll be bringing the Neil at 5 o’clock.

Join Justin the Canuck for 90 minutes of independent Canadian music, airing live at 4:30 PM Central on KOOP Radio, 91.7 FM in Austin, Texas and broadcasting to the world at KOOP.org!

No limits—plus Corb Lund tickets!

We’re giving away two pairs of tickets to see Corb Lund! Image: Brian Blauser / Mountain Stage via NPR

It’s another week of brand new Canadian music, and this week we’re spanning the genres—we’ve got everything from rock to Southern blues, contemporary folk to Nashville country, indigenous throat singing to electronic experimental, soul to punk, and a whole lot more. Plus, we’ll be giving away two pairs of tickets to see Alberta’s Corb Lund headline a show next Sunday at Stubb’s, along with opener and Thunder Bay native Jaida Dreyer!

Tune in to hear artists including Charlotte Cornfield, Esther Hazy, Hyness, JoJo Worthington, Kid Lucifer, Ladyhawk, Le Trouble, LeBarons, Partner, PIQSIQ, PKEW PKEW PKEW, Porteau, Ready the Prince, Rich Hope, Robert Connely Farr & The Rebeltone Boys, SATE, Teen Daze, Venus Furs, Wild Rivers, and more!

Join Justin the Canuck for 90 minutes of independent Canadian music, airing live at 4:30 PM Central on KOOP Radio, 91.7 FM in Austin, Texas and broadcasting to the world at KOOP.org!

Mining the latest Canadian releases

We’ve got back-to-back tracks by Sun K on this week’s show! Image: Bandcamp

We continue to mine the latest Canadian releases for musical gems, and we have yet to run dry—this week, we’ve got new tracks and artists new to the show, as well as some older tracks we haven’t spun in years. This week’s haul includes great tracks by Blessed, Calming Chamber, Hawksley Workman, PUP, Running Red Lights, Said the Whale, The Seams, Sun K, Tallies, Teen Daze, Ursidae, We Are the CityWe Were Lovers, The Wet Secrets, and Whelming!

Join Justin the Canuck for 90 minutes of independent Canadian music, airing live at 4:30 PM Central on KOOP Radio, 91.7 FM in Austin, Texas and broadcasting to the world at KOOP.org!

New year, new Canadian music

Tune in for brand new music for the new year, including tunes by Calgary’s Daydream Kids. Image: Bandcamp

It’s a new year and with it comes brand new music from north of the border! Tune in this week for a selection of the first tracks from 2019, as well as some of the ones we missed in the closing weeks of 2018. We lean towards the province of Alberta this week as we bring y’all a playlist featuring the latest by Altameda, Anemone, Caracol, Christine Fellows, Crooked Spies, Damsel in Distress, Daydream Kids, Dizzy, Ellis, Frontperson, Germany Germany, Goodbye Honolulu, Heavydive, The High Dials, Le Plaisir, Rebekah Higgs, Rococode, Said the Whale, The Smallest One, The Strumbellas, We’re Invisible Now, and Wintersleep.

Join Justin the Canuck for 90 minutes of independent Canadian music, starting at 4:30 PM Central on KOOP Radio, 91.7 FM in Austin, Texas and broadcasting live to the world at KOOP.org!

‘Tis the season for Canadian Christmas

Tune in this week for the season’s first taste of Canadian Christmas music—featuring some of our favorite holiday tunes by the likes of Danny Michel, The Details, Fine Times, Hey Rosetta!, Jeremy Fisher, Kashka, Line Spectra, Mounties, Rah Rah, The Riptides, Treelines, Young and Sexy, and The Zolas. We’ll also roll in some non-holiday tunes by Land of Talk, Never Betters, Shy Kids, Stars, Surf Dads, Terra Lightfoot, and Whitehorse!

Join Justin the Canuck today at 4:30 PM for 90 minutes of independent Canadian music, broadcasting on 91.7 FM in Austin and streaming live, worldwide, at KOOP.org!