Oh. “Metallia” on The Sentinel’s Marvellous Kaleidoscope at CFRU 93.3 FM
by on January 27, 2019 in Metallia Radio

On the Sentinel’s Marvellous Kaleidoscope, at CFRU 93.3 FM in Guelph, Ontario hosts Nicholas Cooper and Dru Jacey played “Red Lion” on their #103 show “Feminal Aura / An Audience in the Observational Tower” on January 21, 2019. They feature discoveries from “near and far” in progressive rock, the branches of progressive, fusion and alternative genres from all over the world.

All the music was amazing and both hosts have great depth of feeling and humor.

Very honored to be included in such a wonderful show with such amazing female artists.

If you missed the show:


The Sentinel’s Marvellous Kaleidoscope – Show 103 – 21/01/2019
Feminal Aura / An Audience in the Observational Tower – XI. Anomaly on the Rise, Featuring Kitzl
Hour 1: Live broadcast of 100% FEMCON / female content music

Iamthemorning: ‘Os Lunatum’ from Ocean Sounds (2018; on Kscope)
Donna Zed: ‘Morphine’ from Morphine (EP) (2017)
Anathema: ‘Endless Ways’ from The Optimist (2017)
Midas Fall: ‘Howling at the Clouds’ from Evaporate (2018; on Monotreme)
Subterranea: ‘War’ – Single (2018; self-released on Bandcamp)
Oh.: ‘Red Lion’ from Metallia (2018; self-released on Bandcamp)
Luyos MC: ‘power naps Island’ – Single (2019; self-released on Bandcamp)
The Lifers with Annie Sumi: ‘New Eyes’ – Music Video (2018; on YouTube)
EDDYEVVY: ‘Might Not Thrill’ from EDDYEVVY (2019; self-released on Bandcamp)

The Sentinel's Marvellous KaleidoscopeSMK; the Sentinel’s Marvellous Kaleidoscope broadcasts at CFRU 93.3 FM in Guelph, Ontario, and through the web on cfru.ca. The hosts Nicholas Cooper and Dru Jacey look inward and beyond at progressive rock, the branches of progressive, fusion and alternative genres, and other unique discoveries near and far. They gaze into the audible lens out at the diverse musical landscape on the ever-changing horizon.

The show broadcasts weekly on Mondays from 3 to 5 PM EST (12-2 PM PST / 8-10 PM GMT / 5-7 AM JST on following Tuesday).

All shows will be available online in two places: CFRU’s archives on cfru.ca accessible right after each broadcast, and uploaded to the NCRA Community Radio Exchange.

Radio Syndication:
CJUM – UMFM 101.5 FM in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and streaming at www.umfm.com: Broadcasting weekly on Tuesdays 1 to 3 AM CST ( 11 PM Monday – 1 AM Tuesday / 2-4 AM EST / 7-9 AM GMT / 4-6 PM JST)
CJMP 90.1 FM in Powell River, British Columbia, and streaming at www.cjmp.ca: Broadcasting weekly on Sundays 9 to 11 PM PST ( 12-2 AM EST on Mon / 5-7 AM GMT on Mon / 1-3 PM JST on Mon)
CHLY 101.7 FM in Nanaimo, British Columbia, and streaming at www.chly.ca: Broadcasting weekly on Saturdays 1 to 3 AM PST ( 4-6 AM EST / 9-11 AM GMT / 6-8 PM JST)

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Nicholas Cooper on Facebook

Since 1980, CFRU has offered Guelph a volunteer-driven alternative to mainstream and public radio. We broadcast over 70 weekly shows programmed and hosted by local students and community members about the things that they care about. We broadcast on the FM dial, through cable television, and over the internet. We broadcast North to Fergus, east to Rockwood, west to Kitchener-Waterloo, and south to the 401. Funded through student levies, grants, and community fundraising, CFRU is a non-profit organization.

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