This year’s “Aboriginal Recording of the Year” category at the Western Canadian Music Awards is a smokin’ list! …read more »
Cassidy Mann is a singer- songwriter from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Writing since the age of 9, her original songs are written with the approach of someone twice her age yet reflect the innocence of a young girl finding her own way through the trials of growing up.
Digital Drum armed a handful of artists at Aboriginal Music Week with sweet little Flip video cameras to capture their experiences during the festival. …read more »
From Juneau, Alaska, to Toronto, Ontario, to Boise, Idaho, Indigenous live music is making noise all across Turtle Island this weekend. Here’s RPM’s top ten picks. …read more »
While Aboriginal Music Week is for all of Turtle Island, it does primarily feature artists based in Canada. This year’s festival, however, made headlines in American newspaper USA Today. …read more »
It’s here again – Aboriginal Music Week! Indigenous artists, music fans and industry are flocking to Winnipeg, Manitoba, this week for one of the largest Indigenous music festivals on Turtle Island. …read more »
In celebration of our official public launch, here’s a fresh new mixtape that compiles some of our favourite tracks submitted to RPM.
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Aboriginal Music Week 2011 has announced more artists who will be peforming at this year’s festival. …read more »
Most artists will tell you they’ve been writing songs since they were a kid but not many artists record and release those songs while still a teenager. Métis artist Cassidy Mann, at fifteen years old, manages to be true to her young self and experiences with a sweet thoughtfulness and insight you may not expect from her years. …read more »