Deadly Sounds talks to Didgeri-Stu (aka Stu Boga Fergie) from OKA about what inspires their unique fusion of traditional and electronic music
Grandfather’s Country: Reflecting the culture of the Western Desert through music
No artist on the local hip-hop front has flown the Torres Strait Island flag as prolifically as Mau Power, aka Patrick James Mau. With seven mix tapes to his name, his own hip-hop collective and label (One Blood Hidden Image) as well as numerous Deadly Award nominations, the 31-year-old MC is now gearing up to release his new album.
This year Marcus is hoping to transition from the sounds of blues, jazz and funk to a more commercial sound
Deadly Sounds talks to the lovely Shellie Morris on topics ranging from growing up with a white family and her journey back to her roots, to the wonderful music she is making day in day out.
Stewart Gaykamangu recently recorded a special rendition of the popular Christmas Carol, ‘Silent Night’ in Yolngu
Gurrumul’s new album released this month won’t disappoint fans, capturing the uniqueness that is ‘Gurrumul’ and backed by the richness of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra (SSO).
Over the course of her 25-year career so far, it’s been obvious that Lou Bennett has music embedded in her DNA
Venture back to 2001 when we talk to Bangarra Dance Theatre composer David Page about what he was up to all those years ago
Meet Yirrmal Marika, a young Yolngu man with a fierce and raw talent for music
Yorta Yorta woman and renowned soprano Deborah Cheetham talks to Rhoda about discovering her cultural identity
Nearly 10 years ago leading jazz musician Paul Grabowsky crossed the Roper River
Gurrumul has recently established the Gurrumul Yunupingu Foundation
Twenty years ago The Tiddas brought a whole new era of music to our ears
Australia’s first national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander music program, Deadly Sounds has celebrated its 1000 episode
The first time Deadly Sounds interviewed Christine Anu she was on stage performing at the Belvoir Street Theatre in Sydney
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