Tag: indigenous music
After three months of beta phase, Revolutions Per Minute will officially launch on October 25, 2011. You’ll see new features here, and if you’re in Vancouver, BC, you’ll see us partying at The Media Club.
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The 2011 Native American Music Awards were held October 7, 2011 in Niagara Falls, New York. The event brought together the biggest names in Indigenous music to celebrate the fantastic diversity of music being made in Indian Country.
Here is a complete list of the 2011 NAMMY award winners:
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The Indigenous sister duo Ngaratya’s name means “together” and the acoustic folk-punk pair from Australia feels strongly about sharing their message with youth – a message to stay in school, respect yourself and have fun. …read more »
The first installment in a series of close-ups on the 2011 Aboriginal People’s Choice Awards nominees by category. …read more »
Accompanying our Winnipeg Podcast, we’ve compiled some YouTube videos of amazing Winnipeg Indigenous Hip-hop artists into a playlist on our RPM YouTube channel. …read more »
In our second episode of the RPM podcast we travel deep into the heart of Indian Country, to the crossroads of Canada—the city of Winnipeg. …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 »