There’s new music being made every moment, and here are the three newest releases from Indigenous artists for the month of March! …read more »
This week we have some killer electronic house from Oneida/Chippewa artist Stone Mathers to sink your teeth into and move your feet to.
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Dean-O-Matic (Sioux-Dakota Whitecap) is an old school DJ in the Canadian electronic music scene. He says what makes him old school, besides his age, are his values – “God is a DJ. Life is a dance floor. Love is the rhythm. You are the music”. …read more »
RPM talks to queer-post-punk-electronic musicians and promoters Brad Charles and Hansen Ashley about throwing a hundred year party for Navajos, and how to rock it Discotays style. …read more »
Geronimo Inutiq, aka Madeskimo presents an original take on independent electronic music, synthesizing his Inuit heritage and metropolitan life experience. …read more »
Impossible Nothing’s album Montechristo is a unique collaboration between friends Darwin Frost and Bracken Hanuse Corlett (Oweekeno/Coast Salish). Frost composed the beats and Hanuse Corlett curated the songs and designed the artwork.
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Navajo born DJ Smog, aka Herman Johnson, spins a smooth blend of soulful house and has been rocking the turntables for the past nine years. …read more »
RPM caught up with electronic rappers Glad As Knives at the Skateploitation III thrown by Apache Skateboards. …read more »
Hawaiin artist Ginger Dunnill and Mandan Hidatsa Arikara artist Cannupa Hanska Luger together make Glad as Knives. …read more »
Cree/Métis artist Crystal Favel, aka DJ Kwe, infuses Aboriginal sounds with electronic music. She spins beats, scores films, writes prose and shares her story through musical, multi-media montage – a practice that earned her the moniker “The Digital Storyteller”. …read more »