Singer-songwriter, Gina Williams along with ‘overseas Noongar’ Guy Chouse, have released an album entirely in the Noongar language.
A new book has been compiled to shine a positive light on our oldest photographs.
John Paul Janke is this week’s special guest on Deadly Sounds.
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
Director of the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research, Dr Don Weatherburn, is our special guest on Deadly Sounds this week.
Bangarra Dance Theatre’s Stephen Page talks about the evolution of the nations leading Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performing arts organisation.
What makes you smile when you wake up in the morning? Whatever it is, make that your career – this philosophy belongs to Kevin Starkey and music makes him smile
Ngukurr man Tom E. Lewis recently released his latest album ‘Beneath the Sun’
In this week’s episode of Deadly Sounds we speak to writer of the renowned series’ Redfern Now and The Gods of Wheat Street, Jon Bell
The man behind Gurrumul speaks with Deadly Sounds
The Supply Nation Connect 2014 Conference and Trade Show will be held at the Royal Randwick Racecourse on 26-27 May
A heart attack and subsequent triple bypass operation were all part of the three year journey that led to the release of ‘Proud’
This week on Deadly Sounds we speak with the charismatic and charming Dan Sultan about his new ‘Black Bird’
Bells Beach in Victoria will again see dozens of Aboriginal surfers flock to its waters to compete in the Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles
Deadly Sounds talks to Didgeri-Stu (aka Stu Boga Fergie) from OKA about what inspires their unique fusion of traditional and electronic music
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