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Mau Power - Arrived ft Marcus Corowa     Hip Hop, First Nations 12/09/2019
Mau Power is the first rapper to emerge from the rich musical traditions of Torres Strait, a leader & a lyrical storyteller at the crossroads of Indigenous & hip-hop culture.
Beginning with gratitude for the gift of “the flow, the track hits hard with the energy from the jump to set the movement in motion and features the soaring emotive RnB vocals of Marcus Corowa. "The driving motivation for writing this song was inspired by “what life can become.”

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Oetha - Cruisin     Hip Hop, R&B 11/09/2019
Oetha [pronounced O-E-tha] is a new rap group comprising of Indigenous lady powerhouses Lady Lash, Miss Hood and Dizzy Doolan. The name stands for: Our Earth The Heart Acknowledges.
An uplifting, soulful Anthem of a song, layered with a smooth baseline, and the sounds of luscious Rhode keys Cruisin has a natural laid-back feel giving it a classy West Coast sound. Combining this with a rhythmic drum beat, yet soulful chorus, the song has an inspirational and dreamy feel.

Benny Walker - All Ya Gotta Do Is Call     Blues/Roots, Rock 23/08/2019
Yorta Yorta singer/songwriter Benny Walker is the real deal. His killer voice, love songs & epic tales mixwith passion for the land, the people, summer vibes & deep grooves.
A Blues belter of a track. This track hits the ground running with a deep groove from the get-go with its intro drum fill that is perfectly complimented by the ever-moving bass lines. Benny Walker holds down the repetitive and catchy rhythm guitar parts whilst production captures the Roomy, Vintage tones and delivers the next evolution in Benny Walker's sound.

Maya Rose - Time     Funk/Soul, RnB 02/08/2019
Maya Rose is a 90s R&B, Soul singer-songwriter, composer and musician from Castlemaine, Victoria.
Latest single ‘Time’ boasts the catchy lo-fi hip hop vibes that seem to be taking the world by storm offering the listener a time to reflect and ‘get in their feels’ to a period of their life that resonates within.

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Jelly Oshen - Garden of Love     Blues/Roots, Pop, Indigenous 04/04/2019
They don’t come more multli-cultural than newcomer to the talented teen scene, the 17 year-old Jelly Oshen who was raised on the festival circuit since the age of 5.
Chilled, naïve, magical, idealistic pretty much sums up Jelly’s debut onto the scene. Garden of Love is a cruisy catchy tune, which gives you the vibe to lay back look up and count the stars and dream…Garden of Love is about everyone’s happy place or favorite thing and sharing it with someone special.

Benny Walker - I Don't Blame You     Blues/Roots, Rock, Australian Indigenous 09/01/2019
Said to be one of the best voices in AUS Benny Walker has the drag & timbre of a natural soul man. He won Music Victoria's ‘2016 Best Aboriginal Act’
Pure blues-rock, buoyed by clean, lyrical guitar solos and the throb of electric organ. Take vintage instruments and recording gear, get the band in one room, add production by Pip Norman and the end result is a perfect balance of warm tones, punchy musicality and a mix that cuts through.

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Dallas Woods - Hoodlum ft Jerome Farah     Hip Hop, Rap, Australian Indigenous, RnB 30/11/2018
Dallas Woods is a Noongar man raised in the East Kimberley. A quintessential underdog, at age 14 he was headed straight for the justice system. Music saved his life.
Old school hip-hop meets new. Hoodlum is hard hitting with strong lyrics, but in his’ inimitable style Dallas softens the blow with cheeky wordplay and a sweet hook. The hook adds a copacetic element whilst retaining the lyrical intensity giving you a comfortable place to sonically soak in his message.

KIAN - Waiting     Pop, Electronic 20/07/2018
Written with the insights of someone much older Waiting is a reflection on the trepidation behind uncharted feelings when interested in someone new.
Written with the insights of someone much older Waiting is a reflection on the trepidation behind uncharted feelings when interested in someone new. The song is written as a story; guy meets a girl and is battling with himself over whether or not he should express his feelings about her or just wait.

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Oetha - Sista Girl     Hip Hop, Rap 20/07/2018
Oetha [pronounced O-E-tha] is a new rap group comprising of Indigenous lady powerhouses Lady Lash, Miss Hood and Dizzy Doolan. The name stands for: Our Earth The Heart Acknowledges.
Throwback vibes and a soul hip-hop style with a twist of Lauryn Hill. The magic is due to 3 different vocal powers throughout the track. The overall sound is like a warm spring sunset, a late night d ‘n’ m [deep and meaningful] with some rise & shine soul flavour.

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Baker Boy - Black Magic     Hip Hop, Rap 13/07/2018
“This song is for all the role models in my life. Especially my dad and my brotha Dallas Woods who inspired me to rap in tongue when I was 17.”
Black Magic takes a sharp left from Baker Boy’s usual MO. Hard guitar in the chorus & raw lyrics holler his proud heritage in English & Yolngu Mata. Performed live the crowd get moshing as they remain conscious of Dallas Woods’ powerful flow about being young, black & gifted.

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Dallas Woods - 9 x out of 10     Hip Hop, Australian Indigenous, Rap, Retro 05/06/2018
Dallas Woods is a Noongar man raised in the East Kimberley. A quintessential underdog who dropped out of school at age 14 he was headed straight for the justice system.
Debut 9 x out of 10 raps about the power-trip police have in remote aboriginal communities and their overt presence being a normal occurrence to residents living there. Dallas Woods raps with clever humour about the stigma of being young, black and breaking the cycle of oppression from within community

NLTR - Make It Through     Hip Hop, Rap, Jazz 25/05/2018
Nothing Like The Rest [NLTR] are an Indigenous Hip Hop duo from Katherine, NT. They won the NT Song of the Year - Peoples Choice Award in 2016.
Make It Through is influenced by newer age hip hop with pop elements and a snappy hook by 25 year old singer Zara from Castlemaine. Zara’s euphoric jazz vocal tones infuse emotion into the track about being held back and mentally abused by criticism. “It’s about making it through”.

Baker Boy - Mr La Di Da Di     Hip Hop, Rap, Pop 11/04/2018
In Arnhem Land they call Baker Boy the ‘fresh new prince’. Raised in the remote NT communities of Yurrwi, 21 year-old Danzal Baker raps in Yolngu Matha language
Baker Boy's latest cracker single Mr LaDiDaDi boasts finesse and sass with a catchy chorus that grabs you from the get-go. Vibing off Bruno Mars and Baker Boy’s own deadly groove the track reflects on Baker’s two worlds; the calm bush life v’s the new challenges in the urban jungle.

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Gloria Brancatisano, SYN, Melbourne (VIC)

KIAN - Too Far Gone     Pop, Rap, RnB 04/04/2018
KIAN’s best known for his killer chorus in Baker Boy’s debut Cloud 9. 'Too Far Gone' features Vince the Kid his online Tanzanian mate from up the highway in Shepparton.
Too Far Gone is a simplistic love song mixed, recorded and mastered byself taught teenagers that got them instantly added to triple j and Spotify. Vince the Kid and KIAN met online and collaborated on this track about love drifting apart. If you like US artist Khalid you’ll love this.

Baker Boy - Marryuna     Hip Hop, Rap, Indigenous 05/10/2017
In Arnhem Land they call Baker Boy the ‘fresh new prince’. His totem is the Olive Python/ Rainbow Serpent, his moiety is Dhuwa and his skin is Burralung/ Gela boy.
Marryuna blows opens with the sound of Yidaki. An anthemic summer song that features Baker Boy’s cousin the musician Yirrmal on its hooky chorus.

2018 NATIONAL INDIGENOUS MUSIC AWARD FINALIST: Film Clip of the Year
2018 NATIONAL INDIGENOUS MUSIC AWARD FINALIST: Song of the Year
2018 NATIONAL INDIGENOUS MUSIC AWARD FINALIST: Best New Talent

2018 AIR AWARDS NOMINEE: Best Independent Artist
2018 AIR AWARDS NOMINEE: Best Independent Single
2018 AIR AWARDS NOMINEE: Breakthrough Independent Artist Of The Year

Airileke and Dizz1 - Full Freedom     Hip Hop, Drum 'n' Bass / Jungle, World, Industrial 07/09/2017
Airileke’s former band Grrilla Step w DJ Dexter was the first in AU to create & perform Krump. His PNG & Oz roots creates a new sound with futuristic ideas.
Airileke and Dizz1 use the energy of Krump to deliver a powerful message for West Papua. It’s the first time the Krump community has rizen for a solitary cause.
Merging rap, spoken word and the aggression of Krump mashed up this is a powerful call for Full Freedom.

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George Telek and David Bridie - Tatabai     Indigenous, Atmospheric, Ambience 02/09/2017
a Bit na Ta is an outcome of the deep musical friendship spanning 30 years between Melbournian and ARIA Award winning David Bridie & PNG super star George Telek
George Telek sings this glorious song,”Tatabai" off the a Bit na Ta album and art installation. The song celebrates Rabaul village life. food, family and the cycle of life. A luscious song Tatabai is a collaboration between George Telek and David Bridie and features the guitar work of John Phillips.

2017 THE AGE MUSIC VICTORIA AWARDS NOMINEE: Best Global/Regga Act

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Benny Walker - Ghost     Blues/Roots, Folk 22/08/2017
Yorta Yorta singer/songwriter Benny Walker is the real deal. His love songs and epic tales are mixed with passion for people, the land, summer vibes that reach the soul.
Ghost oozes class. Sophisticated and soulful it’s a rich song that sounds old-before-its-time yet anything but old-fashioned. Walker’s voice has the drag and timbre of a natural soul man - his music is pure, buoyed by clean, lyrical guitar solos and the throb of electric organ.

2017 THE AGE MUSIC VICTORIA AWARDS NOMINEE: Best Regional Act, Best Aboriginal Act

Baker Boy - Cloud 9     Hip Hop, Rap, Indigenous 04/05/2017
In Arnhem Land they call Baker Boy the ‘fresh new prince’. His totem is the Olive Python/ Rainbow Serpent, his moiety is Dhuwa and his skin is Burralung/Gela boy.
I am Baker Boy, young man not a boy,
You can't control me like a toy,
I'm a human being just like you and me,
They see you really humble, don't ever change or you might crumble,
We gonna fly high like and eagle,
Don't wanna see no ego

2017 NT SONG OF THE YEAR AWARD WINNER: Urban/Hip Hop Category, Native Tongue Award

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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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