Evie J Willie knew early on the importance of being empowered, empowering others and how music could help deliver on that vision.
Vic’s protest album ‘The Loner’ was lost and forgotten…until now.
East Journey’s new album delivers a big sound, with a global influence.
When David Leha of Radical Son extracts poetic, poignant lyrics from within his mind, the end result is Cause ‘n Affect: his upcoming album.
Munkimuk released a solo album in 2005 but since then he has been working on the other side of music: producing…until now
Tjintu Desert Band released their album in early March through CAAMA Music, featuring the combined talents of five members from the remote Central Australian towns Kintore and Ikuntji
Briggs’ upcoming album Sheplife is an honest and open account of the rapper’s own life and struggles, one that will surely resonate with fans and others facing the same issues.
The majority of our Indigenous music traditions are disappearing at a fast rate.
Dave Dow wouldn’t have been able to escape music if he tried, but he didn’t want to. Rather, he embraced it and made it his life.
‘Bright Lights Big City’ is a song about how we live in such a fast moving, shrinking global village and how we forget to live in the moment.
After grabbing the attention of the music aficionados and the industry with her debut EP, Rosie, Thelma Plum has shifted musical directions
The recent discovery of her Aboriginal heritage has been quite an experience for young opera singer, Grace Bawden.
Bart will use his prize money to stage a series of concerts using the organ and promote his album ‘We Still Live On’.
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