Apache guitarist Stevie Salas talks Indigenous music, Rumble, and how anything is possible for Native artists.
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Last month woke hip-hop duo Mob Bounce released “Mob Medicine,” a short documentary about their journey in finding themselves and empowering native communities through their music. …read more »
Acclaimed violinist and composer Laura Ortman provides the haunting and beautiful soundtrack for Gringo Trails, a new documentary exploring the impact of global tourism. …read more »
Gemini and Juno award-winning Cree singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie recently sat down with Democracy Now to talk about the origins of her love for music, her early family life, and her life as an activist. CBC Music documentary maker Philip Coulter also recently honored Sainte-Marie and her nearly 50 year-long career with a piece created from over 30 years of archived interviews with the singer, songwriter, visual artist and activist. …read more »
Last night, the documentary Music is the Medicine had its Canadian broadcast debut on APTN after the film successfully toured the festival circuit for the last six weeks. Here at RPM we were thrilled to see Music is the Medicine on the little screen, and celebrated it reaching viewers across Canada. …read more »
Two new projects have come across the RPM radar that are part of the continuing, and growing, revitalization of Indigenous languages movement. …read more »
Writer, poet, radio broadcaster, and artist Janet Rogers has produced a new radio documentary exploring the sounds of Indigenous protest music that aired on CBC Radio’s Inside the Music. …read more »