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Githabul Next Generation - Breaking Habits

Githabul Next Generation - Breaking Habits
Created in May 2017 in a 5 day Desert Pea Media (DPM) storytelling workshop. It stars the 'Githabul Next Generation' from Muli Muli community and Woodenbong Central School, in partnership with North East Waste and The Environmental Protection Authority.

The project came about through an innovative recycling and rubbish program, developed with elders in the local community of Muli Muli. Working with Tash Morton from North East Waste, they are developing a program to ‘clean up’ the community rubbish dump and implement a new recycling campaign to reduce waste, educate the local mob and protect cultural sites and country from pollution.

‘Breaking Habits’ is a funky, roots-inspired anthem from the local Original Nations community that hopes to raise awareness and educate people about the importance of caring for country.

The song also features vocalist Jennifer Williams – a local cultural leader, mentor, mother, educator and deadly Githabul woman.

This production was co-written by DPM staff Toby Finlayson, Michael Graham (MC Boomalli), a fantastic group of young people and staff from Woodenbong Central School. Music produced by Sydney - based music producer Josh ‘Hazy’ Nicholas, and mixed by his father, David Nicholas.

About this track...

A funky, reggae-inspired arrangement featuring an incredible local Githabul artist, Jennifer Williams.

The song was created by Desert Pea Media to create conversation around recycling, environment and caring for country.

 
 
Details
Number Of People In Act Ensemble
State/Territory Artist Is Based In NSW
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Woodenbong
Taken From The Release Titled Breaking Habits
Copyright Holder's Name Desert Pea Media
Media Servicing Date 2017-06-26
Main Genre Indigenous
Genre 2 Australian Indigenous
Genre 3 Hip Hop
Genre 4 Reggae
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
Artist Official Web Site http://www.desertpeamedia.com
Artist Social Network Page http://www.facebook.com
Content Provider Amrap Unsigned