It’s been four years since blues duo Digging Roots released their last album but with one listen you’ll agree it’s been worth the wait. …read more »
Navigating the best and worst reactions from Native and non-Native audiences alike, Tall-Paul and Chase Manhattan hold their ground, stay true, and rise up in their hometown and internationally. …read more »
Three of our favourite Indigenous artists will be traveling from their Canadian homes to New York this weekend to perform a showcase at APAP 2013. …read more »
Check out the latest Q Rock music video from Ready to Rock Crew/Mighty Zulu Kings. …read more »
This five minute short film Savage, from award winning Anishinaabe filmmaker Lisa Jackson is a unique exploration of the first day of school for a young First Nations child set in the 1950’s. …read more »
April blossomed with a bouquet of releases in the world of Indigenous music – here are eight to check out. …read more »
In the most recent, brand spankin’ new episode of Red Man Laughing, Ojibway comedian Ryan McMahon interviewed hip-hop artist and CBC journalist Wab Kinew.
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Here’s an RPM audio interview with Anishinaabe musician Leonard Sumner, aka Lorenzo, and host Ostwelve.
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In Episode 12 of the podcast, RPM looks at the Indigenous language revitalization movement. Half of the world’s languages have disappeared in the past 500 years and today another language goes extinct almost every two weeks. Indigenous languages are the ones most at risk – which has inspired Indigenous musicians to take up the struggle to save them. …read more »
Anishnaabe poet, actress, vocalist and visual artist Lena Recollet, from Wikwemikong, Ontario, on Manitoulin Island, released her first EP this year – Soul Speaking. …read more »