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CKMS Community Connections for 9 August 2021: The Toronto Prisoners Rights Project Compilation Launch

Show Notes

Peter Snow at the microphone
Peter Snow

You may remember our show from 10 May 2021 with Peter Snow from The Soviet Influence, a politically active, indie rock band from southern Ontario. Peter spoke of a live, online event in August for prisoner justice.

The Soviet Influence have partnered up with the Toronto Prisoners Rights Project (B&W illustration of birds escaping from a gap in barbed wire)Toronto Prisoner Rights Project and produced a compilation record and streamed show this past weekend to raise funds and awareness of this cause. CKMS Community Connections is re-broadcasting that show, recorded by our sister campus radio station from Guelph University, CFRU-FM. It features performances from The Soviet Influence, Friday Empire, Skye Wallace, and Joni Void, along with interviews and information about the project.

The Toronto Prisoner’s Rights Project (TPRP) is a volunteer organization of former prisoners, people with loved ones inside, front-line workers, artists, researchers, educators and students. They engage in direct action, public education, and mutual aid to shed light on the harms caused by incarceration and connect prisoners with social, financial, legal and health supports. They’re committed to abolition and building sustainable communities rooted in community care, transformative justice, and accountability.

Tomorrow, Tuesday 10 August 2021 is Prisoners' Justice Day 2021 | August 10, 5-8pm Church of the Holy Triniity, 19 Trinity Square | #PJD #NoMoreDeathsInCustodyPrisoner Justice Day. Please join the memorial at the Church of the Holy Trinity, in Trinity Square tucked between the Eatons Centre and the Marriott Downtown. Between 5pm and 8pm there will be a vigil in solidarity with those who have died while incarcerated as well as to show support for prisoners’ rights. Former prisoners and their loved ones will share their stories and truths. There will be activities, music, performances, food, swag and more! Folks are encouraged to show up to demonstrate solidarity with prisoners and those impacted by incarceration. No one is free until we are all free.

You can support the Toronto Prisoner Rights Project at https://www.torontoprisonersrightsproject.org/get-involved-and-support All proceeds go to mutual aid projects including the Prisoner Emergency Support Fund, Jail Hotline, and Good Food Boxes, and support our direct action advocacy work (through digital organizing tools and protest supplies). Supporters can contribute a monthly donation on Patreon that includes exclusive TPRP merchandise as a thank-you.

https://www.patreon.com/torontoprisonersrights

Or you can make a one-time donation to the Prisoner Emergency Support Fund, started by the Criminalization and Punishment Education Project and the Toronto Prisoners’’ Rights Project. It’s a team of volunteers that are organizing to support prisoners, who believe that people need access to community support and not human cages. The fund was originally launched as a response to the pandemic. Given the clear gaps in care that have been revealed by the volume of applications, they are continuing to raise funds so long as there are needs to be met. This fund is intended for people inside prisons and jails and recently released prisoners. People behind bars often need support to contact their loved ones or purchase essential items on their canteen. Recently released prisoners need access to funds for housing, food, clothing, and physical and mental health supports. Families who still have loved ones behind bars need funds for expensive phone bills and canteens.

https://www.gofundme.com/f/prisoner-emergency-support-fund

Toronto Prisoners' Rights Project Compilation | Musicians For Mutual Aid | Ft. The Burning Hell //Sean Bertram//Sky Wallace//Davita Guslits//Friday Empire//The Soviet Influence//Joni Void + Jerry Quickley//The Young AbolitionistsAnd you can download the Toronto Prisonsers Rights Project Compilation EP by Musicians For Mutual Aid. The record features new music from The Soviet Influence along with tracks from Skye Wallace, The Burning Hell, Sean Bertram, Friday Empire, Davita Guslits, Joni Void + Jerry Quickley, and Kayla Hagerty.

https://thesovietinfluence.bandcamp.com/album/toronto-prisoner-rights-project-compilation

The broadcast starts at 4m43s.

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2021-08-09-episode084.mp3 (90.3 MB, 1h02m38s, episode 084)

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Bonus Footage

YouTube: Musicians For Mutual Aid In Support of the Toronto Prisoners’ Rights Project

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CKMS Community Connections for 10 May 2021 with Peter Snow of The Soviet Influence

Show Notes

with Peter Snow of The Soviet Influence (screenshot of web conference with Peter Snow, Jeff Stager, and Bob Jonkman)
Clockwise from bottom left: Peter Snow of the Soviet Influence, Jeff Stager of The Agriculture Show, and Bob Jonkman
Our guest today on CKMS #CommunityConnections is Peter Snow from The Soviet Influence. We talk about music, making a video in pandemic times, and even about politics.

The Soviet Influence had a Live, On-Air, In-Studio Performance on CKMS Community Connections for 24 February 2020.

The interview starts at 4m40s.

Online:

Other resources:

And it’s the time of our Radio Waterloo Spring 2021 Fundraising Drive, donate at https://radiowaterloo.ca/give !

Upcoming Events

  • Live, Online Video Event for Prisoner Justice

    Who: In support of the Toronto Prisoner’s Rights Project
    When: Sometime in August 2021
    Where: Online (stay tuned to CKMS-FM for more info; this page will be updated)

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2021-05-10-episode082.mp3 (57.1 MB, 59m22s, episode 082)

Podcast Index

Abolition Now! (black upper case letters drawn on an orange background surrounded by explosion lines) All music today is by The Soviet Influence.

Time Title
0m00s Theme for CKMS Community Connections (by Steve Todd)
0m48s Plant The Bombs
4m40s There’s been a pandemic! But The Soviet Influence has still released two albums in 2021; the progression to becoming a more outspoken band; people like music with a message, The Soviet Influence is not a band to write romantic love songs; appearing on the 1492 Land Back Lane Mixtape; learning about Indigenous issues; introducing These Chains on that album; ; introducing Two Weeks.
13m18s These Chains
15m50s Oh Not Tonight
18m47s Explaining the meaning of Oh Not Tonight; mixing albums when you can’t go into the studio; introducing the band: Peter Snow, lead vocals and guitar, Peter Morey on bass, Blake Morey drummer, Ty Mackenzie on guitar; a plug for Dave Partridge of HELM Recording; making a video in the home studio, making a home studio from a shed; writing a song ‘cos you need an encore; introducing Two Weeks, a song about Indigenous issues; explaining the album title This Band Is So God.
31m06 Two Weeks
34m36s Abolition Now | Please donate to the following organizations: BLM Canada, Toronto Prisoner's Rights Project, PASAN, Prison Justice.caDoing some live online shows, paid video gigs; August compilation album for the Toronto Prisoner Rights Project; covering the social justice projects that need support, album proceeds go to these organizations. Bob and Jeff make a pitch for the Radio Waterloo Spring 2021 Fundraising Drive; explaining the Community at the Radio Station, is there a similar community amongst musicians? Peter says Yes, there is, but no formal organization of “social justice bands”. Yet.
47m46s Oh Not Tonight
51m36s Oh Not Tonight has played on commercial radio, that was unexpected! If you have music, submit it at office@radiowaterloo.ca, please excuse our delays in replying. Peter talks about upcoming songs, recordings, and live online events; talking about prison abolition; introducing The Guns of Brixton, originally by The Clash.
56m24s The Guns of Brixton, and Bob gives the end credits.

CKMS Community Connections Hour One airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 on Monday from 11:00am to Noon, and Hour Two airs on Saturday from 1:00pm to 2:00pm.

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Bonus Footage


Video: CKMS Community Connections for 10 May 2021 (WebM, 215.3 MB, 1h01m29s)

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CKMS Community Connections for 3 May 2021

Show Notes

Since the studio remains closed we’re playing more new Canadian Content and KW Content music today, and a few tracks released last year too. The definition of “KW Content” broadens yet again — while the group Your New False Gods hails from Scotland, lead singer Kevin Combe has family in Kitchener, and that makes them our neighbours from a different country. Right?

Music Index

Start Title Album Creator
0m0s Theme for CKMS Community Connections ccc CKMS Community Connections Steve Todd
0m48s Abolition Now Abolition Now | Please donate to the following organizations: BLM Canada, Toronto Prisoner's Rights Project, PASAN, Prison Justice.ca
Abolition Now!
The Soviet Influence
4m22s Better One
5m36s An American Dream Your New False Gods - Everything's...fine... (blue sky over a tram car and a building)

Everything’s…fine…
Your New False Gods
10m39s Broken Bones
13m20s Hello Sunshine
17m17s Shine On
21m58s Bad Courtney Wolfe (illustration of three fingers applying dark red lipstick to two lips on a black background)
Like A Lady
Courtney Wolfe
24m31s Oh No (Prod. Sydney Johnson)
28m10s Like A Lady
31m44s Cool Water (portrait of Suzanne Carlson)
Suzanne Carlson
Suzanne Carlson
35m14s Paper Doll
38m27s Haven’t Been There Yet
41m51s Make it Last (Crash and Adams sitting on the red sofa) Crash Adams
45m13s Ooh!
47m12s Hopeless Romances (angular black V on white) Vanden Dool
51m48s It Came To Me In A Dream
55m40s Driving 2 (image of a path through a forest) 33 Music

CKMS Community Connections Hour One airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 on Monday from 11:00am to Noon, and Hour Two airs on Saturday from 1:00pm to 2:00pm.

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CKMS Community Connections for 25 January 2021

Show Notes

The studio remains closed due to the Covid lockdown, and so Chelsey Danfield wasn’t able to come in. She’s been invited back for a Live, On-Air, In-studio performance as soon as everything is back to normal, but the best we can do today is play some tracks from her last album, At The Time.

We’ve also got two new album releases today:

Peter Snow at the microphone
Peter Snow, The Soviet Influence (24 Feb 2020)
Peter Morey at the microphone
Peter Morey, The Soviet Influence (24 Feb 2020)

  • The Soviet Influence who were in the studio in February 2020, will be releasing Socialism: An Introduction this Friday, 29 January 2021.
  • Dichroma will be releasing their second EP, Two next month, February 2021. We interviewed Aaron Dawe on 26 October 2020, when we talked about this upcoming release.

The Soviet Influence:

Dichroma (wordmark and text from their website)
Dichroma:

(over-the-shoulder portrait of Chelsey Danfield)
Chelsey Danfield

Chelsey Danfield:

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2021-01-25-episode075.mp3 (56.9 MB, 59m10s, episode 075)

Podcast Index

Time Title Artist Album
0m00s Theme for CKMS Community Connections ccc Steve Todd CKMS Community Connections
0m24s The Riot The Soviet Influence Socialism | An Introduction | The Soviet InfluenceSocialism — An Introduction
2m43s Running Song
6m23s Take My Fire
9m35s Workers Unite
12m40s These Chains
15m10s Oh Not Tonight
18m05s Tomorrow Is The Day (Guitar Man)
21m56s Into Space and Beyond
24m49s Coast to Coast
30m40s Real Time Dichroma Dichroma (orange letters on black background)Two
36m12s Twist The Knife
38m30s Frame Dragger
45m14s Far Enough From You Chelsey Danfield Chelsey Danfield (portrait of Chelsey Danfield in front of a glittery curtain)At The Time
48m39s Bell Bottom Jeans
51m35s My Possession
56m56s The Wellerman Nathan Evans et al. (Triptych of three musicians, Nathan Evan in the centre)(from YouTube)

CKMS Community Connections Hour One airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 on Monday from 11:00am to Noon, and Hour Two airs on Saturday from 1:00pm to 2:00pm.

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CKMS Community Connections for 6 July 2020

Because of Covid we’re still not having any guests in the studio, and this week’s there are no phone interviews either, so it’s another show packed full of new Canadian Content music.

There are new tracks from Kingston’s Willy Nilly, JC Townsend, station favourites The Soviet Influence, local Cambridge group Shy Harry, and from Storry, whom we hope to have on the phone for an interview in the next few weeks.

But if you’ll indulge me for a few minutes, we’ll end the show with a bit of comparative musicology. I’d heard about the Vocaloid musical voice synthesizer before, but finally found something worthy of radio airtime when I read Vocaloids: Our Friends Electric by Mariana Timony writing for Bandcamp Daily. In the last 10 minutes of the show you’ll hear Offend In Every Way played by Beam Morrison using a Vocaloid synthesizer, followed by the original by The White Stripes, and finishing off with a bit of, um, old-fashioned synth music. Not new, and not CanCon, but this week that’s what caught my ear.

–Bob.

Time Title Artist Album
0m00s Theme for CKMS Community Connections ccc Steve Todd CKMS Community Connections
0m40s Never Let Me Fall Away Shy Harry Yestermind | Shy Harry (illustration of an island, reflected in the water by written words)Yestermind – Side A
4m32s Yeats
7m44s Misbehave Willy Nilly
10m25s Inglaterra Dead Horse Beats (Patrick Wade) Dead Horse Beats | Inglaterra (illustrations of trees, birds, people)Inglaterra
14m18s Winnipeg
16m09s For No One Storry (no text, just a blue-tinted portrait of Storry, with bright glowing lips)
18m19s Watch Out The Soviet Influence This Band Is So God | The Soviet Influence (embossed letters on a leather surface, illusration of a house)This Band is So God
21m09s The Riot The Soviet Influence | The Riot (just white letters on black)
23m34s Save Me From Myself JC Townsend JC Townsend | GhOStS (looking down at two feet in shoes at the edge of water)GhOStS
26m13s Disconnected
30m31s Rising Sun Shred Kelly Shred Kelly | Like A Rising Sun (wireframe graphic of a rising sun)Like A Rising Sun
33m52s Roman Candle Eyes
38m30s Oil the Guns Q052 Q052 | Oil The Guns (illustrations of military materiel and children running)Oil the Guns
42m38s Down With The System Sum-01 Sum-01 | The Comeback Queen (portrait of Sum-01)The Comeback Queen (Promo)
45m28s Nickle One Nine (Clean)
49m02s Offend In Every Way Beam Morrison Vocallective Records | VCL073: Ball & Biscuit (stylized illustration of an owl)Ball & Biscuit
52m07s Offend In Every Way The White Stripes (no text, Jake White and Meg White surrounded by people dressed in black)White Blood Cells
55m56s Love Me Two Times (8bit) Beam Morrison Vocallective Records | VCL073: Ball & Biscuit (stylized illustration of an owl)Ball & Biscuit

CKMS Community Connections Hour One airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 on Monday from 11:00am to Noon, and Hour Two airs on Friday from 2:00pm to 3:00pm.

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CKMS Community Connections for 24 February 2020 with The Soviet Influence

Show Notes

Peter Snow at the microphone
Peter Snow
Peter Morey at the microphone
Peter Morey
Peter Snow and Peter Morey of The Soviet Influence talk to Bob Jonkman about their band, their music, their family, and their gigs.

The interview starts at 4m51s.

Online:

Upcoming Events

The app for matching bands with venues is Side Door by musicians Laura Simpson and Dan Mangan.

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2020-02-24.mp3 (82.4 MiBytes, 59m58s, episode 41)

Podcast Index

Coming soon! Exclusive tracks recorded in the CKMS-FM 102.7 Radio Waterloo Studio

The Price of Vigilence | The Soviet Influence (album cover)The Soviet Influence | Boundaries (album cover with an illustration of a large snowball, two stick figures, and the moon (?)

  • 00m35s: The Soviet InfluenceRust, a Live, On-Air, In-Studio Performance!
  • 04m51s: Peter Snow and Peter Morey talk about their origins, the band, older albums, recent gigs, performing at Emmanuel United Church, connecting with bands, electric guitar vs. acoustic guitar.
  • 13m20s: The Soviet InfluenceSecret Spaces, In-Studio
  • 16m10s: The Soviet InfluenceSecret Spaces from The Price Of Vigilence album
  • 19m23s: The history of Secret Spaces, social justice, mixing albums, the sound of The Soviet Influence, how composing happens, creating music on-the-fly.
  • 24m26s: The Soviet InfluenceThe Long Dark Hallway, In-Studio
  • 27m30s: Naming the song, improv influences, creativity, music theory, collaborating with the band, explaining This Is The News.
  • 35m19s: The Soviet InfluenceThis Is The News, In-Studio
  • 38m04s: Origins of the name The Soviet Influence, naming The Price Of Vigilence and creating the album cover, merchandising (T-shirts!), music and Peter’s kids, the story of Sutures.
  • 48m45s: The Soviet InfluenceSutures, In-Studio.
  • 53m07s: The different vibe of Sutures, finding a genre for The Soviet Influence, how listening to music influences writing, recapping the gig at Emmanuel United Church, summer gig at the Acton Leathertown Festival.
  • 58m12s: The Soviet InfluenceTwo Weeks, In-Studio

CKMS Community Connections Hour One airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 on Monday from 11:00am to Noon, and Hour Two airs on Friday from 2:00pm to 3:00pm.

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Bonus Footage

YouTube: CKMS Community Connections for 24 February 2020

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CKMS Community Connections for 20 January 2020 with Tamara Lorincz

Show Notes

Tamara Lorincz in the studio at the microphone
Tamara Lorincz

Tamara Lorincz talks about peace, nonviolence, the arms trade, militarization, Canada’s interference in international affairs, the military’s excessive additions to Canada’s carbon footprint, and lists the many events, rallies, and protests coming up in Waterloo Region.

The interview starts at 5m19s.

Online:

Organizations and Resources

Call your Member of Parliament

Upcoming Events:


Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2020-01-20.mp3 (54.2 MiBytes, 59m12s, episode 36)

Podcast Index

  • 00m24s: The Soviet Influence | Boundaries (album cover with an illustration of a large snowball, two stick figures, and the moon (?)The Soviet InfluenceAstronomical Wonders from the Boundaries album
  • 5m19s: Tamara Lorincz talks about Martin Luther King Jr. and the film showing MLK: A Call To Conscience, Canada’s military interference in other countries and domestically, extractive imperialism, the need for peaceful foreign policy, the climate crisis and military GHG emissions, the Peace With Iran rally
  • 31m41s: No Headlights | Jake Feeney (album cover; black border with a silhouette of someone sitting in front of a tree)Jake FeeneyNo Headlights
  • 34m45s: Talking about Tamara’s PhD program and background, victories in the peace movement.
  • 50m31s: We'll Get There First | Wilbur N and the Grown Men (album cover, indigenous art showing foxes)Wilbur N and the Grown MenAwake Asleep from the album We’ll Get There First
  • 53m40s: Summary of events: Protests at CANSEC, Peace Conference in Ottawa, Peace With Iran rally in Waterloo Public Square, film screening MLK: A Call To Conscience

CKMS Community Connections Hour One airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 on Monday from 11:00am to Noon, and Hour Two airs on Friday from 2:00pm to 3:00pm.

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Bonus Footage

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEUzc0orx3Q

YouTube: CKMS Community Connections for 20 January 2020

Additional Bonus Footage!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tyTwpFtq_rU

YouTube: Perspectives On Peace: Where’s the Peace And Justice?

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CKMS Community Connections for 13 January 2020 with Caterina Lindman

Show Notes

Caterina Lindman at the microphone
Caterina Lindman

Bob Jonkman chats with Caterina Lindman from Rise4ClimateWR. We discuss local climate action, Indigenous climate action on unceded Wet’suwet’en lands in British Columbia, and upcoming climate events in Waterloo Region.

The interview starts at 4m40s.

Alan and Cari have transcribed the interview! You can read it on the Climate Strike Waterloo Region blog.

Online:

Upcoming Events:

  • What: Film and Potluck about the Wet’suwet’en struggle in British Columbia
    When: Tonight, Monday 13 January 2020 from 5:00pm to 7:00pm
    Where: Waterloo Indigenous Student Centre, St. Paul’s Unversity College
    Location: 190 Westmount Road North, Waterloo, Ontario
    Facebook: Wet’suwet’en Solidarity Event: Filmscreening and Potluck
  •  
  • What: ALERT Climate Strike in support of Wet’suwet’en
    When: Friday, 17 January 2020 from 12 Noon to 1:00pm
    Where: In front of THEMUSEUM
    Location: 10 King Street West, Kitchener, Ontario
    Facebook: ALARM Climate Strike in Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en
  •  
  • What: ALARM exhibit
    When: From 18 Jan 2020 to ???
    Where: THEMUSUEM
    Location: 10 King Street West, Kitchener, Ontario
    Website: Upcoming exhibitions – ALARM
  •  
  • What: Angela Carter lecture — “Hope amidst the Climate Crisis : Our role in Waterloo Region”
    When: Thursday, 23 January 2019 from 1:30pm to 3:00pm
    Where: THEMUSEUM
    Location: 10 King Street West, Kitchener, Ontario
    Website: 55 & Better: Hope Amidst Climate Crisis: Our Role in Waterloo Region
    Note: Free admission for seniors 55+

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2020-01-13.mp3 (77.1 MiBytes, 56m01s, episode 35)

Podcast Index

  • 00m24s: The Respectables | The Power of Rock'n'Roll (album cover)The RespectablesThe Power of Rock & Roll
  • 4m39s: Caterina and Bob talk about the climate crisis and what people can do to minimize their carbon footprints.
  • 21m54s: Brandon Solomon (photo)Brandon SolomonReservation Line
  • 25m16s: Talking about the Wet’suwet’en blockade, film and potluck at St. Paul’s University College, Fridays4Future climate strike at THEMUSEUM, the ALARM exhibit, Angela Carter’s lecture. Caterina’s involvement many organizations, finding plant-based foods.
  • 35m07s: The Price of Vigilence | The Soviet Influence (album cover)The Soviet InfluenceSecret Space from the album The Price of Vigilence
  • 38m22s: Still other climate organizations; the solar furnace; carbon taxes, fees and dividends; changing corporate business models; recap of upcoming events.
  • 51m47s: Joseph Martone | Honeybirds (album cover)Joseph MartoneThe Deal from the album Honeybirds
  • 54m53s: End credits.

CKMS Community Connections Hour One airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 on Monday from 11:00am to Noon, and Hour Two airs on Friday from 2:00pm to 3:00pm.

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Bonus Footage

YouTube: CKMS Community Connections for 13 January 2020

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