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Indigenous

Tracks

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Bronwyn Stuart - Me & My Guitar     Blues/Roots, Folk 24/02/2017
Uncovering eight talented Aboriginal women to create Desert Divas Volume II, each of the Divas were partnered with mentors including Nai Palm, Leah Flanagan, Dallas Frasca and Helpmann winner Ursula Yovich
Desert Divas Volume II offers a lush and diverse soundscape whilst providing an insightful passage into the stories and experiences of these unique women

Casii Williams - How Can I Live     Blues/Roots, Folk 24/02/2017
Uncovering eight talented Aboriginal women to create Desert Divas Volume II, each of the Divas were partnered with mentors including Nai Palm, Leah Flanagan, Dallas Frasca and Helpmann winner Ursula Yovich
Desert Divas Volume II offers a lush and diverse soundscape whilst providing an insightful passage into the stories and experiences of these unique women

Miranda Garling - Falling For You     Blues/Roots, Folk 24/02/2017
Uncovering eight talented Aboriginal women to create Desert Divas Volume II, each of the Divas were partnered with mentors including Nai Palm, Leah Flanagan, Dallas Frasca and Helpmann winner Ursula Yovich
Desert Divas Volume II offers a lush and diverse soundscape whilst providing an insightful passage into the stories and experiences of these unique women

Les Thomas - Feedom Fighters     Folk, Indigenous, Australian Indigenous, Country 18/02/2017
Les Thomas is a Melbourne singer-songwriter and activist in the tradition of people like Joe Hill and Woody Guthrie.
'Freedom Fighters' tells the epic and under-acknowledged story of Tunnerminnerwait and Maulboyhenner, two Tasmanian Aboriginal men, who became the first men hanged in Melbourne in the year 1842. Les Thomas commemorates and honours their eight-week long resistance campaign and sacrifice.

Lonely Boys - The Hunter (Dazastah Remix)     Indigenous, Rock, Reggae 16/02/2017
They are a 6 piece guitar inspired rock band from the Arnhemland community Ngukurr- 700km south-east of Darwin. They debuted their career at Groove In The Moo 10 yrs ago.
The original version of ‘The Hunter’ was first introduced at the Barunga Festival in 2014 and features on Triple J’s unearthed. This single is remixed by Dazastah (Drapht's main DJ).
Produced by Forrester Saville (Karnivool, Dead Letter Circus) and James Mangohig.

Other tracks by Lonely Boys:  The Hunter
The Mob - Courage and Excellence     Hip Hop, Australian Indigenous, Funk, Blues 03/02/2017
Written, recorded and filmed over 5 days in the remote community of Walgett in Northwest NSW. An outcome of a Desert Pea Media community project with Walgett Community College.
This song is one of those rare positive, uplifting stories from remote Indigenous Australia. Desert Pea Media productions are developed to empower and inspire both audience and storyteller alike. Listen in and join the movement.

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Spinifex Gum (Feat. Felix Riebl + Marliya) - Ms Dhu     Pop, Australian Indigenous, Rap 26/01/2017
'Ms Dhu' is the new single from Spinifex Gum, a collective made up Felix Riebl & Ollie McGill (The Cat Empire) & Marliya, a female choir of teenage Indigenous singers.
On the 730 Report, Felix Riebl (of Cat Empire) was interviewed about ‘Ms Dhu’ – a song he wrote about a 22 year old Aboriginal woman who died in WA police custody in August 2014. All proceeds of the sale of the single will go to her family.






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Brett Clarke - Where Do I Go     Pop, RnB, Electronic 20/01/2017
Brett Clarke aka Boo & The Rainbow Experience has been on the rise since releasing his album with funk edged tunes and soulful voice covering an eclectic range of music.
I wrote this song when I was feeling down and out, lost, lonely & depressed. It has a RnB funked out easy listerning feel.

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Other tracks by Brett Clarke:  Our Rights  -  Love You So
Emily Wurramara - Hey Love     Folk, Indigenous, Acoustic 20/01/2017
Emily Wurramara is a proud Wannadilyakwa artist from Groote Eyland, NT. Her debut EP ‘Black Smoke’ was released in 2016 and added to rotation on Triple J & ABC Local.
“'Hey Love' is a song based on a true story about my mother and an incident that happened to her when she was in her first year of boarding school. Hey love focuses on so many different perspectives, Racism, bullying, empowerment…” – Emily Wurramara

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Cameron Dunsford, PBS 106.7FM, Melbourne (VIC)

George Telek and David Bridie - Lili Ram Kavavar     World, Indigenous, Roots, Atmospheric 13/01/2017
a Bit na Ta is No. 9 on the Transglobal World Music Chart and is an outcome of the deep musical friendship between Melbournian David Bridie & PNGs George Telek.
Lili Ram Kavavar is a creation song by George Telek and David Bridie about the spirit of the ocean, and the volcano: the source of life for the Tolai people. Percussion is Kundu drums from PNG, and found percussion from around the village.

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Bay Boyz - Addicted (Feat. DC)     Pop, RnB, Hip Hop, Rap 21/12/2016
The Bay Boyz are a fresh, urban R&B music group formed in early 2016 from an Indigenous community in North Queensland, Australia.
'Addicted' is an upbeat, fan favourite track featuring the Bay Boyz with local Yarrabah talent DC.

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Burdiya Mob - Djarliny     Hip Hop, Indigenous, RnB 21/12/2016
A group of young Aboriginal people in Narrogin are the stars of a new music video. They're called Burdiya Mob and their song 'Djarliny', means "listen" in the Noongar language.
'Djarliny', means ‘listen’ in the Noongar language. The song was produced during CAN workshops and the video clip was filmed around Narrogin, including at culturally significant sites.

The music video clip is a celebration of contemporary and traditional Noongar culture and promotes language revival, cultural pride and creative skills development.

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Stinga T - Dreams (Feat. Cat Warren)     Hip Hop, Australian Indigenous 16/12/2016
One of the longest-serving hip-hop artists Stinga T's clever lyrics and extremely insightful commentaries on various social issues have won him a place with the best in the business.
'Dreams' is an uplifting inspiring feel good track that encourages people from all backgrounds, regions, cultures and sex to pursue their dreams.

Electric Fields - Shade Away     Electronic, Soul 15/12/2016
Electric Fields are two brothers who are uniting ancient Anangu culture with modern electronica and soul.
This track is a great example of what Electric Fields are capable of, combining Zaac's traditional Language and Michael's brilliant production on the sound.

Other tracks by Electric Fields:  Nina  -  Ornament
Ngarukuruwala - Murli murli la     Indigenous, World, Jazz 08/12/2016
Since 2007, Ngarukuruwala (we sing songs), have shared musical ideas to create new versions of old Tiwi songs.
'Murli murli la' tells the story of a girl and a boy who are in love but can't be together. Murli la translates roughly as 'Let's go away together'. Like the old love songs, it's lighthearted entertainment with a deeper (unspoken) understanding of the complications of love and desire.

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Ziggy - Black Face     Hip Hop, Indigenous 24/11/2016
Ziggy is an emerging hip hop artist out of Perth, WA.
Black Face tackles what it is to be Indigenous in modern Australia.

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Will Backler, RTRFM, Perth (WA), Emily Nicol, Koori Radio (NSW)

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Corey Theatre - Ngathuk Ngalina     Indigenous, Acoustic 23/11/2016
Corey Theatre is one of Australia’s most important emerging Indigenous singer songwriters. Corey is a singular artist whose extraordinary talent is capable of speaking eloquently to our sense of national identity.
Corey Theatre's debut single Ngathuk Ngalina is sung in the Gunditj-Mara language and features legendary artist Archie Roach.

Ziggy - Black Thoughts     Hip Hop, Indigenous 22/11/2016
Ziggy is an emerging hip hop artist out of Perth, WA. His latest EP Black Thoughts depicts an Insightful experience into the landscape of race relations in modern Australia.
Black Thoughts is a landmark release in discussions regarding race relations in Australia.

MUSIC COORDINATOR PICK: Emily Nicol, Koori Radio (NSW)

Birdz - Hunger Voodoo     Hip Hop, Rap, Soul, Indigenous 18/11/2016
"If my life as a starving artist had a soundtrack it'd sound like this, playing on loop as I hunt down my next meal.” – Birdz
Hunger Voodoo is a tale of a broke man, a new father, a hungry artist. Offering his audience a new perspective from his socially conscious melodic rhymes, Birdz keeps it close to home with this honest portrayal of working for the man while striving to be a full time artist.

Scott Darlow - Sorry     Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Australian Indigenous 18/11/2016
Scott Darlow is a man who wears many hats, singer-songwriter, aboriginal activist and world vision spokesman his debut solo album ‘Sorry’ is his very own dreamtime.
'Sorry' pays homage to Darlows Aboriginal heritage as a proud Yorta Yorta Mob descendant uniting the traditional didgeridoo & a formidable message. This unique blend of country, rock & pop allows Darlow to stand in a league of his own.

Other tracks by Scott Darlow:  Runaway  -  Just You