Singer-songwriter, Gina Williams along with ‘overseas Noongar’ Guy Chouse, have released an album entirely in the Noongar language.
East Journey’s new album delivers a big sound, with a global influence.
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
The majority of our Indigenous music traditions are disappearing at a fast rate.
‘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.
Bart will use his prize money to stage a series of concerts using the organ and promote his album ‘We Still Live On’.
In this interview from over a decade ago, Archie talks to us about his then new album ‘Sensual Being’
For almost two decades, Gina Williams has been dedicated to the telling of her people’s stories
Tjintu Desert Band, continue to grow in popularity with the release of a new music video, an upcoming performance at Barunga Festival, and their second single on the way
Frank has been a familiar face at the Deadlys over the years and whether he is receiving an award or performing his amazing music, he has always been a welcome presence
In an interview with the inspirational Kerrianne Cox from 15 years ago, we spoke with her about her then just released album, Just Wanna Move
In an emotionally charged interview from 10 years ago, we speak with Uncle Kutcha Edwards
The man behind Gurrumul speaks with Deadly Sounds
DV Issue 53 July 2001: If you don’t know who Deborah Cheetham is yet, you will soon
Dewayne Everettsmith is doing his part to try and preserve language as reflected by his song ‘Melaythina’
The fourth album by Yothu Yindi. Birrkuta (Wild Honey) has re-focussed attention on one of Australia’s best known bands
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