These days, it’s hard to keep track of one of Indian Country’s favourite contemporary electronic music producers A Tribe Called Red as they take leaps forward into renown and reputation. They’ve just released a new video, announced summer tour dates, and are celebrating one of their member’sThre3Style. …read more »
Here’s a download of a powerful track Ghost Dance by Gitanmaax Nation musicians NWK & Gameboy of the Mob Bounce collective. …read more »
While Will Belcourt’s latest album Epoch garnered “Best Rock Album” nominations at both the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards and the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards, his music reaches beyond that genre into blues, jazz and country, all with a base of electronic beats. …read more »
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 »