Stephen Pigram lead singer of The Pigram Brothers has recently released his new solo album, Wanderer
The Spirit of Things – Sound of Objects is a research, history, arts and cultural project that explores residual and embedded stories and songs
Adelaide based musician Glenn Skuthorpe is this weeks Deadly Sounds guest
Gurrumul to headline a tribute to Dr Yunupingu, with iconic actor David Gulpilil also joining the show at a Darwin ceremony in August.
Queensland’s Robbie Miller is the latest talent to be unearthed by triple j
Thelma Plum has had a meteoric rise in the past 12 months, winning awards, touring and now releasing her debut EP Rosie.
Shellie Morris and The Borroloola Songwomen’s release award winning new album- Ngambala Wiji li-Wunungu (Together We Are Strong)
Up and coming blues and roots artist, Krista Pav tells us about her musical journey so far.
Roger Knox ‘Black Elvis’ recently came in to Deadly Sounds to talk about his new album ‘Stranger in My Land’.
The legendary Jimmy Little will be honoured at a special show in Moruya as part of the Eurobodalla River of Art Festival on the South Coast of NSW. This rare tribute gig on 18 May will feature Jimmy’s talented grandson James Henry as lead singer. James grew up with Jimmy, touring with him and learning […]
Catherine Satour’s first album is a milestone for female desert artists and marks the culmination of plenty of hard work to realise her dreams. The daughter of the legendary musician Bunna Lawrie, she is no stranger to the stage having performed at a young age with her dad’s pioneering band Coloured Stone. But Catherine’s album […]
Leah Flanagan has received the APRA Professional Development Award in the Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander category. The talented singer/songwriter from Darwin has been going from strength to strength after the release of her acclaimed album Nirvana Nights in 2010, and has been winning the hearts of audiences all over the country at her many festival and solo venue […]
There’s something about coming into your own that’s extremely satisfying, no matter who you are and what you do. When a musician undergoes this journey, the audience gets to go along for the ride. Right now audiences are listening to the result of Victorian singer benny walker’s evolution as an artist. This proud Yorta Yorta […]
Some major Indigenous talent is lining up to play at the 2013 Saltwater Freshwater Festival in Taree on 26 January, including the legendary band Coloured Stone, hip-hop favourites The Last Kinection and crowd-pleasers The Medics. Saltwater Freshwater is the largest Aboriginal cultural event on the Mid North Coast – where the saltwater and freshwater meet. […]
Red Ochre award-winning performer and Western Arrernte man Warren H Williams and Pitjantjatjara singer-songwriter Frank Yamma will headline this year’s Yabun Festival on Saturday, 26 January in Victoria Park, Sydney. The legendary Archie Roach will also be playing, along with an all-star choir, performing songs from his latest album Into the Bloodstream. Yabun is also […]
For iconic singer-songwriter Archie Roach, making the album Into the Bloodstream was a healing journey from grief, pain and an illness that would have normally kept anyone down. But not Archie Roach. Over the past two years, he has fought his way back and his new album may be the best yet. In 2010, Archie […]
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