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OKA

Based In: Sunshine Coast, Queensland, AUS

With a signature sound and unforgettable live reputation, OKA is still serving their Progressive Roots music. Electrified Digeridoo, heavy slide guitar, soaring flutes and juju rhythms are some of the many ingredients in this Australian sound that’s matured over a decade. Humble beginnings busking on street corners have led to global tripping & independent CD sales in excess of 100 000 albums.  Stu Boga Fergie (Didgeristu), the big man behind the electronic beats & keys brings raw didgeridoo & vocals inspired by his aboriginal heritage. Chris lane plays captivating melody on Slide Guitar, Harmonica & Woodwinds including Bamboo Flute and Sax. Making up the trio is Samoan-Australian Charlie Zappa – a rhythm specialist with beats of Polynesian fire and deep pocket. The much anticipated 2011 album ‘Milk & Honey’ brings a fresh and exciting addition to the OKA catalogue.

Artist: Oka

STREAM: A Tribe Called Red’s New Album, ‘We Are The Halluci Nation’

A Tribe Called Red’s long-awaited third full-length album We Are The Halluci Nation is finally here.
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Listen to A Tribe Called Red’s New Single, “We Are the Halluci Nation,” featuring John Trudell and Northern Voice

After dropping the epic sound and video for “Stadium Pow Wow”, A Tribe Called Red returns with “We Are the Halluci Nation”, the lead single and title track from their new album. …read more »

OKA Talks Touring with RPM

Australia’s OKA is no stranger to the Canadian West Coast summer music scene. They’ve toured Canada several times over, traveling as far as Evolve Music Festival and Folk on the Rocks. I had a few questions for the boys and Zappa gladly accepted the opportunity to answer. …read more »

Folk on the Rocks Festival 2011: Indigenous Artists and Full Festival Lineup

Folk on the Rocks, the north’s largest annual summer music festival, will be held in Yellowknife this weekend from July 14-17, 2011. …read more »