This off the Kids new album featured on Wednesdays show.
Trapline is available everywhere today (May 10) Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/6Wm9fe1INlXLzlbnXDFPA3 Apple Music: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/trapline/1460328410 Thank you to the generous support of FACTOR and MusicBC Third single off Snotty Nose Rez Kids’ album, TRAPLINE, available now TRAPLINE TOUR tickets https://snottynoserezkids.com/live Follow Snotty Nose Rez Kids https://snottynoserezkids.com https://facebook.com/snottynoserezkids https://instagram.com/snottynoserezkids https://twitter.com/snottynoserezkids Director + DOP + Editor – Perry Miotto (Okey Dokey Creative) Assistant Director – Ken Friss Gaffer + Key Grip – Owen Pinchin Grip + Lighting Equipment – Pacific Backlot Services Script – Quinton Nyce & Taylor Wale Stylist – Turquoise Kingdom Make-up: Nyomi Wahai
A truly great video, love it
Winner: Best Music Video, 2017 Native American Music Awards Nominee: Best EDM/Dance Video, 2017 Much Music Video Awards DJ Shub “Indomitbale ft. Northern Cree Singers” EP title: PowWowStep (December 2, 2016) Steam, download, and buy the PowWowStep EP here: http://smarturl.it/PowWowStepEP INDOMITABLE (in·dom·i·ta·ble): impossible to subdue or defeat + + + + + + + Produced with the financial assistance of MuchFACT, a division of Bell Media Inc.
Natáaníí Means the son of Russell Means one of the American Indian Movement’s best-known and most charismatic leaders. He is a warrior too!
In today’s society we’re quick to use the word ‘Warrior’, but in a lot of Indigenous People’s language across Turtle Island, that word is translated into many different definitions. In this video I chose to travel the country to different events and locations to depict our modern day warriors, in everything they do, because all of us are fighting to survive in one way or another.
A veritable mix of music with electronica, classical driums, 1972 prog rock, hip hop and more. Featuring Geronimo Black, Chances, Jerod Tate, Indigenize, the Snotty Nose Rez Kids and more. Track listing
This is one of the tracks that led me to seek out the music of Turtle Island.
UPDATE – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has denied the easement for the Dakota Access Pipeline route near the Standing Rock Sioux’s reservation. The water protectors at Standing Rock are real life heroes. Thank and honor them.
I’ve been travelling so unable to post but heres last nights sow to make up for it, featuring Nwe Jinan Artists, Ostwelve, A Tribe Called Red, Cihuatl-Ce, Kickin` Krotch and more. Track listing
A range of sounds reggae, hip hop, blues, rock and consious rap featuring Iskwé, Yellowsky, Kelly Fraser and Wolf Saga
Playing country, punk, hip-hop, Chicano and more to open the new season.
See the Programs page for all the past shows including tracklistings of all shows.
From fancy dancing to hip hop artist, NWIN profiles Apsaalooké Nations own Supaman.
Interview with one of the greats of indigenous hiphop
The Turtle Island Radio Show is back on Resonance FM from tomorrow Wednesday 3rd of April at 11pm GMT+1
I’ll be playing tracks from indigenous artists Las Cafeteras, Raye Zaragoza, Supaman, Mob Bounce and many more.
The show will be repeated on Saturday at 12.30am GMT+1
Such a beautiful acceptance speech from Jeremy Dutcher about art, music and reconciliation which ended withNihkaniyayon ktpitahatomonen, ciw weckuwapasihtit — Nit leyic When you lead us, think of all of us, for the ones yet born — may that be the truth.
Max Kerman (Arkells): There’s been so much wisdom shared on the stage tonight, but our friend Jeremy didn’t get a chance to finish. So he’s gonna finish the night as he should. Jeremy! And don’t cut off the f–kin’ – don’t start the music. He’s gonna go as long as he wants, OK?