Jeremy Dutcher

Based In: Toronto

Dutcher is an emerging Toronto-based composer and vocal artist.  Though classically trained as a Tenor, Jeremy’s Maliseet culture is what influences his latest work most.  Through archival research, he has retrieved a diverse collection of Maliseet songs collected in 1911 on Wax cylinders, which are currently housed at the Museum of Canadian History. His arrangements of these melodies merge elements of classical, chant music, and jazz. His debut release in expected late 2016.

Artist: Jeremy Dutcher

RPM Live Blows Up The Burdock Music Hall With Mob Bounce and DJ NDN

Our music series RPM Live launched last week with Mob Bounce and DJ NDN (of A Tribe Called Red) blowing the roof off the Burdock Music Hall in Toronto. Get the low-down on what the night entailed, and get ready for RPM Live : 002!
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DOWNLOAD: Boogey the Beat’s Aboriginal Music Week 2016 Mixtape

RPM and Aboriginal Music Week have partnered up once again to celebrate the hottest music in Indian Country now. Check out the latest exclusive RPM mixtape compiled by Boogey the Beat, featuring artists and music as diverse as the many Indigenous nations representing at AMW.
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Aboriginal Music Week 2016 Announces Full Festival Lineup and Performance Schedule

Aboriginal Music Manitoba have announced the full lineup and performance schedule for Aboriginal Music Week 2016. The eighth edition of the festival runs August 9-13 and includes performances by 27 Indigenous acts from across Turtle Island, South America, and Australia.
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