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Zennith: Nothin' To Lose   UP
 


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Nothin' To Lose is a diverse album, with songs penned by three family members of the six-piece outfit, and a record that touches on a variety of music genres, while still keeping true to the ethos of the band, which is steeped in their Indigenous heritage. Zennith embrace their diversity, ranging from hip hop, reggae, roots, jazz and even rock. The album tackles subjects which all music lovers will relate to, from walking the fine line between right and wrong to love lost and struggles within relationships.  


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Nadeena Dixon: Butterfly   UP
 


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Nadeena Dixon - Wiradjuri/Yuin/Dharug Aboriginal Woman Singer/Songwriter grew up in a large extended Aboriginal family, with strong Aboriginal cultural and spiritual values. A powerful advocate for Aboriginal women's rights Nadeena is strongly involved in Aboriginal Women's issues, including a song titled 'Butterfly' which speaks out against the oppression of women through violence. Nadeena believes MUSIC is a powerful tool that can go straight to tha heart. Nadeena continues to do what she does best...'SING FOR THA PEOPLE'.  


Album Download: AUD $6.20

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Maupower: Two Shades Of Grey   UP
 


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"Two shades of Grey" radiates the raw energy from Maupower - the hypeman of "One Blood Hidden Image". This solo album released by Maupower in 2008 crosses between underground hip hop lyrical energy to RnB, while maintaining the influence of the Indigenous Torres Strait culture and language. With songs like "Rogue Souljah" identifying Maupower's struggles to become the image he is in the hip hop scene to "My Blood My People" sharing his pride to be identified as an Indigenous Australian, in particular a Torres Stait Islander.  


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Marlene Cummins: Whichway Up   UP
 


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Marlene Cummins, has been Australia's foremost female Aboriginal blues artist for more than a decade. Growing up amidst the Aboriginal Protection Act of the 1950s, Marlene uses her oppressive childhood and the music of her heroes (Etta James, Big Mamma Thornton and Mahalia Jackson) to create a vibrant mix of original and traditional blues numbers. This EP Whichway Up includes the song Pemulwuy which was written as a gift to her Redfern Aboriginal community. "Blues is not just about singing sad songs, it’s about elevating people’s spirits." Marlene Cummins  


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Johnny Huckle & Helen Moran: Wombat Wobble   UP
 


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This is a great Aboriginal children's album featuring didgeridu that delivers strong cross-cultural messages and themes. Unique, fun and entertaining songs for all pre-primary and primary school-aged children.  


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Johnny Huckle: Spirit Man   UP
 


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Award winning singer Johnny Huckle was born on the land of his Wiradjuri ancestors and was raised on the Aboriginal reserve on the outskirts of Condobolin. Johnny has a big voice and a swag of heartfelt songs that traverse the themes of love, identity and spirit. Spirit Man is his forth solo album.  


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Johnny Huckle: Friday Night Live On Artsound FM   UP
 


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Award winning singer Johnny Huckle, a proud Aboriginal Wiradjuri Man, has performed in backyards and jails, at dry dusty festivals, rainy street corners and now for live radio. This album was broadcast by Canberra Music and Arts Radio Station ArtSound FM 92 on March 5, 2010. That day, Johnny performed a magical set and played each song as a chapter of a continuous intimate narrative. Another dimension in meaning is added to the storytelling as Johnny explains the personal significance of each song. This album creates the experience that Johnny is playing in your own lounge room.  


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Gail Page: Colours That Run   UP
 


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Australian Blues "CHAIN" Awards 2007: Female Artist of the year, Best New Artist, Producer of the year (Parris Macleod). Launching her debut album 'Colours That Run' in November 2007, Gail Page hits the Sydney scene with a voice that will touch even the most hardened of souls. Close your eyes and you'd swear you're in New Orleans listening to one of the greats - Nina Simone, Aretha Franklin- then again, modern comparisons bring Toni Childs to mind.  


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