Be prepared to be hypnotized. Download the latest from Kait Angus, “The Masons Heart”. …read more »
Choctaw singer-songwriter Samantha Crain’s latest album of artful and thoughtful Americana tunes, “Kid Face,” has been taking hold of ears and hearts across North America since its release last year. As of this month, the album is now available in the UK and lucky Brits are taking notice. …read more »
Thelma Plum has been making some major noise in Australia after winning the triple j Unearthed competition, and now shares some answers to some questions.
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From the new basement recordings by The Snake Oil Salesmen out of Regina, Saskatchewan, we bring you the song Be Okay.
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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 »
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 »
Once again, we are indebted to the National Aboriginal Music Countdown for introducing us to new artists. This week, we’ve been enjoying hearing the band Indigenous for the first time. …read more »
After the success of his project Nadjiwan and touring across Turtle Island for the past 15 years, Marc Meriläinen decided to try something new. This time, he’s releasing music under his own name – the brand new EP The Wolves of Tuonela is available on iTunes now …read more »
Life’s Been Pretty Sweet is itself a sweet moment from Métis artist Don Amero’s newest record The Long Way Home. As the first track it’s an apt opening – the slide and dobro hinting to the influx of country/pop that Amero’s roots/folk sound displays on this album. …read more »