Dubmarine recently released a brand new album and have been nominated for a 2013 Deadly Award
Zennith Boyz are a Reggae/Hip Hop band from North Queensland,who have built a steady following with their unique style and dynamic live performances.
For Willie Brim, the ‘father figure’ in reggae group Zennith Boyz, funny coincidences are a sign that he’s on the right path.
Johnny Nicol is known as a bit of a legend in the Australian jazz scene and has worked with some of the greats.
We were all holding our breath as we watched one of our favourite singers,Simone Stacey, audition for The Voice.
Simone Stacey is returning to her musical roots. After a long hiatus from the industry that embraced her and fellow cairns singer Naomi Wenitong as the pop group Shakaya back in the early 2000s, Simone is back with a new sound and a newfound energy. Shakaya enjoyed national success, releasing a couple of top 10 […]
James Henry, 34, from Melbourne is known to many as a singer/songwriter in his own right, as well as being the grandson of Jimmy Little – and he has certainly inherited Jimmy’s musical talent. The songs on this new EP span Country-Rock, Reggae and Hip Hop and talk of his Aboriginal identity and society’s rules […]
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 […]
JESS BECK Originally hailing from Mingbool (near Mt Gambier, SA), Jess drifted into singing while studying acting at Adelaide University, but she admits music was always her first love. Jess wanted to be a performer from an early age. While studying a Bachelor of Creative Arts (Acting) at Flinders University, Adelaide, she developed an interest […]
DEWAYNE EVERETTSMITH Tasmanian singer/songwriter Dewayne Everettsmith first gained national attention during his 2007 Australian Idol audition. His musical style draws strongly on his Aboriginal heritage, which links him to the Aboriginal community of Cape Barren Island and the Gunai/Kurnai people of southeast Victoria. In a major recent boost to his career, Dewayne has been involved […]
There’s no place like home, and although Buddy Knox was born a world away from Memphis in the United States, being a blues man through and through, his upcoming trip to Memphis early next year feels every bit like a homecoming for the award-winning musician – and that’s because once the blues get a hold […]
Gurrumul Yunupingu – Rrakala The follow up to his critically acclaimed self-titled debut album of 2008, Rrakala is Gurrumul’s second solo album and sees him one again wrapping his moving voice around deeply felt lyrics. On Rrakala, Gurrumul has added some extra stylistic instrumental techniques, showcasing his talents on piano, drums and harmonies. Leah Flanagan […]
Through funky rhythms and inspirational lyrics, 23-year-old Corey Theatre has created a soulful repertoire, delivered with his trademark husky vocals and Delta-blues style guitar playing. Corey has recently finished studying at the University of Adelaide’s Centre for Aboriginal Studies and Music (CASM), a place that he says helped shape his style. “Originally, I was just […]
Singer, songwriter, guitarist and band front man Carl Stewart has been on a few journeys in his life. He’s been a soldier in the Australian Army, an Aboriginal Educational Assistant and Community Liaison Officer, and now he’s a fireman. But if there’s one thing that stayed with him through thick and thin, it’s been his […]
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