101.7′s Top 102 of 2016!

December 29, 2016

Every week, CIVL compiles a list of the most spun releases at the station, submitting them to www.earshot-online.com , and these charts combine with those from other campus/community stations in Canada to provide you with a weekly national top 50.

Today, CIVL is pleased to present to you our own TOP 102 Artists played on CIVL in 2016!

Calculations are based on weekly appearances on CIVL charts, with artists getting a score of 30 for every appearance at #1, a 1 for every appearance at #30, and equivalent scaled points for each ranking in between. Placements on this list are relative to artists’ appearance on the charts, but not with respects to a particular release.

*Canadian

& FVMA Nominee

^ FVMA Winner

% BC Artist

# CIVLBattle competitor – ##Finalist

1. Blessed &%

2. Jordan Klassen %
3. Basia Bulat *
4. Cheap High ^%
5. You Say Party ^%
6. Anvil *
7. Dodgers %
8. Atodaso &%
9. Parquet Courts
10. Loans %
11. Foreign Diplomats *
12. Preoccupations *
13. Library Voices *
14. Mogwai
15. Tegan and Sara %
16. Tricky
17. The Tragically Hip *
18. Black Mountain %
19. David Bowie
20. Plants and Animals *
21. Majid Jordan *
22. John Cale
23. Saint Soldier ^%
24. Adrian Teacher and the Subs %
25. Andy Shauf *
26. Villain Villain &%
27. Radiohead
28. Iggy Pop
29. Teen Daze %
30. Angel Olsen
31. Like Bears %#
32. Oh Village %
33. Wolfmother
34. Laura Sauvage *
35. Douse %
36. Explosions in the Sky
37. Alex Rake and the Leaves %##
38. Tokyo Police Club *
39. Wishkicker %
40. Deerhunter
41. A Tribe Called Red *
42. We Are The City %
43. Badbadnotgood *
44. Lowell *
45. Sylvia Platters %&##
46. Brendan Canning *
47. Suede
48. Local Natives
49. Brasstronaut %
50. No Sinner %
51. Santigold
52. Modern Space *
53. L.T.Leif *
54. Eleanore %
55. Twin River %
56. Half Moon Run *
57. DIIV
58. Chastity *
59. Holy Fuck *
60. Comfort %
61. White Lung %
62. Wolf Parade %
63. Neon Indian
64. Aleem Khan
65. Elephant Stone *
66. Weird Lines *
67. Gregory Pepper and His Problems *
68. Rae Spoon *
69. Mugg Shot & RZ %
70. Grimes *
71. Pack A.D. %
72. Roosevelt
73. Milk %
74. Phantogram
75. Charles Bradley
76. El Vy
77. Leonard Cohen *
78. Ra Ra Riot
79. Tanya Tagaq *
80. The 1975
81. Glass Animals
82. Breakbot
83. Dumb %
84. James Buddy Rogers %&
85. Rococode %
86. Dressy Bessy
87. Amon Amarth
88. Kurt Vile
89. Damian Jurado
90. The Dears *
91. The Zolas %
92. Nylithia %
93. Fond of Tigers %
94. Bear Mountain %
95. Gal Gracen %
96. Nothing
97. Doja %^#
98. Striker *
99. Sex With Strangers %
100. Suuns *
101. July Talk *
102. Crystal Castles *

CIVL Now Hiring!

December 12, 2016

CIVL has been awarded $50,000 by the Community Radio Fund of Canada to complete the Creative Dialogue Project.

Ending in June 2017, this project will pay volunteers to engage in content production, interview collection, and story telling workshops, as well as to take part in a promotional speaker series, where programming developed by volunteers will be presented to the public ahead of broadcast on 101.7 FM.

The Creative Dialogue Project Manager will manage this project.

The successful applicant will, under direction of CIVL’s station manager, and according to the approved grant proposal:

Coordinate curation and contracting of workshop presenters
Coordinate recruitment and payment of volunteers and interview subjects
Coordinate curation and contracting of speaker series guests
Coordinate promotion of all project related activities
Coordinate purchase of recording equipment as approved by the grant
Cooperate in creating group work/lesson plans
Be responsible for scheduling and booking all workshops and presentations
Assist in the scheduling of volunteer production and supplementary training time with full time CIVL staff
Coordinate all group events, workshops and promotional opportunities on site

Qualifications: 

Excellent written and oral communication skills
Experience mentoring, teaching, or training others
Familiarity with social media
Demonstrated project management skills
Appreciation and understanding of story telling mechanics
Ability to work effectively in groups
Comfortable working within tight timelines
Capable of being flexible, managing a diverse range of objectives, personalities and tasks
Experience working around issues of cultural diversity anti-oppression is an asset
Experience in media an asset
Experience in non-profit work an asset
Graphic design skills are an asset

CIVL encourages applications from under-represented communities, including women, first nations peoples, people of colour, lesbian/gay/queer/transgender, people with physical and mental disabilities, people living with HIV/AIDS, and people whose age, education, or economic status may be a barrier to employment. CIVL does not discriminate on the basis of race, sexual orientation, religion, age, ability, or class. Only those applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.

Salary: 

$7,500 contract

Terms: 
Approx 10 hr/wk Project ends May 30th 2017
How to Apply: 
Email jobopportunity@civl.ca with a resume and cover letter tailored to this position.
Closing Date: 
Fri, 2016-12-23

Your 2016 FVMA Winners!

July 18, 2016

Fraser Valley Music Awards: Winners

A few hundred people turned out to the Abbotsford Arts Centre Saturday evening for the inaugural Fraser Valley Music Awards. In addition to a dozen award presentations, the historical regional event featured live performances from thirteen Nominees: The Kwerks, Matt Lowen & Rick Genge, The Sylvia Platters, Paravel, Mollys Reech, Ria Jade, Alexis Lynn, Quinn Sojonky, James Buddy Rogers, Saint Soldier, Kin, and Harpdog Brown.

“CIVL listeners, FVMA attendees, nominees, winners, and volunteers have all been thanking us, saying we are leading the way in promoting and supporting Fraser Valley music,” explains CIVL Radio station manager Aaron Levy (who also hosted the show, along with Seth Bell). “And that’s our only goal!”

2016 FVMA Winners:

Hip Hop: Saint Soldier

Folk/Roots: Brennan Sinclair

Loud: We Hunt Buffalo

Alt: Doja

Rock: Little Wild

For and By Youth: Quinn Sojonky

Jazz: Eli Bennett

Blues: Harpdog Brown

Pop: John Welsh

Rhythm & Dance: YOU SAY PARTY

Experimental: Cheap High

Musicianship: Rick Genge

  • Penticton Peach Fest headlining spot Aug.7: Kat & Tony
  • Abbotsford Agrifair Headlining Spots July 29-31: Ria Jade, Alexis Lynn, Coalmont
  • What’s On Artist of the Year: The Burn Ins
  • Moda Events Art Battle Headlining Spot Oct.20: Kin
  • Devon Clifford Music Foundation awarded $250 of Long & McQuade recording equipment to: Quinn Sojonky
  • Fraser Valley Blues Society supplemented the Blues award with a bye to the International Blues Challenge Finale being held Sunday, Sept. 11th, with the winner going on to Memphis, TN in Jan. 2017: Harpdog Brown
  • Headlining spot at UFV Cascades Basketball 2016-2017 Opening Weekend Nov.4th ($600 honorarium): Saint Soldier
  • All Nominees received a photo session package ($370 value each) from Photo Art by Simpson
  • Long & McQuade awarded $50 gift cards to multiple Winners: Harpdog Brown, Saint Soldier, Rick Genge, Cheap High, YOU SAY PARTY, John Welsh, Quinn Sojonky, Little Wild, Brennan Sinclair, We Hunt Buffalo.
  • Glen Slingerland of 89.5 The Drive is awarding a “Getting Radio Airplay” workshop to one FVMA Winner: Casinos and The Kwerks
  • Dakota Leslie Memorial Live Act / #CIVLFVMABattle ($750 Cash Prize): Mollys Reech
  • Jam in Jubilee Headlining Spot Aug.4: Saint Soldier