Silver Jackson drops a video for the title track from his latest album, Starry Skies Opened Eyes. …read more »
Postcommodity is back with a snarling new album of decay, decomposition, and cyclical renewal.
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The One Flaming Arrow Festival of Indigenous art, music, and performance blazes on. …read more »
Princess Nokia drops an anime-laden video for her ethereal, cyber-R&B track, “Nokia”. …read more »
Quillbox is the new project from Ojibwe/Finnish artist Marc Meriläinen and The Apology in the first, brand spankin’ new single. Get it here. …read more »
It was a good year for music in Indian Country with new releases coming from every corner of Turtle Island and in every genre you can imagine. LPs, EPs, singles, mixtapes, remixes – we’ve heard most of it here at RPM and while it’s difficult to say what the best albums of the year are, we’ve tallied up the records we think have been the most influential. …read more »
Studying the violin as a child set Laura Ortman on a path to collaborating, composing, creating The Coast Orchestra with all Native American members, and expanding her own musical arsenal to include singing, piano, guitars and even tree branches. …read more »
What a year 2011 has been for Indigenous music! From new music by time-tested artists to surprising new splashes on the scene, here’s four artists we’re keeping our eye on as we move into the New Year. You’ll want to pay attention to these artists for great new things in 2012. …read more »
The music of Brooklyn-based White Mountain Apache artist Laura Ortman is the soundscape for this new video about Bob Haozous (Warm Springs Chiricahua Apache) and his sculpture Artificial Cloud.
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This exclusive preview off of Silver Jackson’s upcoming album It’s Glimmering Now features production by OC Notes. Silver Jackson, aka multi-disciplinary Tlingit/Aleut artist Nicholas Galanin who’s other musical project is Indian Nick, travels through both sparse and richly dense experimental psych-folk soundscapes. …read more »