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1. Indigenous Futurisms Mixtape

  • Published: 2014-11-20T09:46:20Z
  • By RPMfm
Indigenous Futurisms Mixtape

Welcome to the sounds of the Indigenous future: a hyperpresent now, melding the worlds within and beyond what we can hear, see and imagine. In collaboration with Kimiwan Zine’s new issue, we are proud to bring you the Indigenous Futurisms mixtape. Read more: http://rpm.fm/music/download-indigenous-futurisms-mixtape/ #IndigenousFuturisms TRACK LIST: NASA x John Mohawk - “War, Peace, Natives” x 2oolman - “Lost in America” Flying Lotus - “Coronus, the Terminator” The AfroFuturist Affair - “#BQF NonLocality Zine Soundtape” Xquisite Ghost - “Firefall” King Britt - “My Tribe Exudes Love” x Elizabeth LaPensée x Sun Ra Legends & Lyrics - “Speak to Me of Justice” Teeqwa - “Wooden Teeth” NASA x Peter Morin “Time Traveller” Moor Mother Goddess - “Parable” Princess Nokia “Young Girls” Impossible Nothing - “Destroy” DJ Shub - “If You Want the Raw” 2oolman X TINC - “T.I.Kay” Erykah Badu - “The Healer” Joy KMT - “Origins” King Britt - “Moonbathing” Ryan Dennison - “Iina Baa Chanah Hasin” Boogey the Beat - “Above Me” x Leanne Simpson “Airplanemode” Darkstar - “Timeaway (Nguzunguzu Remix)” Kelela - “Do It Again” Silver Jackson - “From Another World (feat. Cat of THEESatisfaction)” Shabazz Palaces - “Forerunner Foray” Princess Nokia - “Biohazard Butterfly” Shane Keepness - “Resurgence” Notuv - “Ame” x Navajo Star Wars Autechre - “Overand” x Jason Edward Lewis - “The Future Imaginary” A Tribe Called Red - “PBC (Feat. Sheldon Sundon)” Sun Ra - “Journey to Saturn”

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2. Frank Waln - "Victory Song"

  • Published: 2015-11-26T06:09:15Z
  • By RPMfm
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DOWNLOAD: The Last Stand Mixtape, Vol. 1—a groundbreaking new compilation of Indigenous music, hip-hop, and spoken word featuring Indian Country's rising stars. http://rpm.fm/music/download-the-last-stand-mixtape-vol-1/

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3. Blue King Brown - "All Nations"

  • Published: 2014-11-07T01:24:14Z
  • By RPMfm
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RPM is pleased to present an exclusive premiere of the new album from urban roots crew Blue King Brown - "Born Free". Released Worldwide: Nov 7, 2014 Read more: http://rpm.fm/music/blue-king-brown-born-free-album-stream/ Download: http://bluekingbrown.com

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4. Frank Waln - Treaties

  • Published: 2017-02-09T05:34:46Z
  • By RPMfm
Frank Waln - Treaties

PREMIERE: Frank Waln (@f_waln_35)’s New Single, “Treaties”, is a Call for Justice Read more: http://rpm.fm/music/premiere-frank-waln-new-single-treaties-is-a-call-for-justice

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5. RPM Podcast #012 - "Revitalization"

  • Published: 2011-12-13T19:35:54Z
  • By RPMfm
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In episode 12, RPM looks at language revitalization. Half of the world’s languages have dissapeared in the past 500 years and today a language goes extinct every two weeks on average. Indigenous languages are the ones most at risk which has inspired Indigenous musicians to take up the struggle to save them. Our host Ostwelve speaks with three artists who are working on revitilizing their ancestral languages. Miss Christie Lee of the Musqueam Nation who raps in Hun'qumi'num' and shares what her culture means to her and how she sought guidance from her elders on creating music in her language. Tall Paul, of Point of Contact, raps in Anishnaabemowin. Tall Paul describes discovery more of his culture through his college language course and using hip-hop to adapt Indigenous languages to new avenues.

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6. RPM Podcast #010 - "Electric Powwow"

  • Published: 2011-11-02T03:25:55Z
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The Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island have been dancing and drumming for generations upon generations, but in the 21st century there is a new expression of that dancing and drumming spirit. In our tenth episode, the powwow has been plugged in. Our host Ostwelve asks three artists about their use and creation of electronic music. A Tribe Called Red - the Ottawa-based DJ collective of NDN (Nipissing First Nation), Bear Witness (Cayuga) and Shub (Cayuga) - describe what they're doing in the clubs as a cultural continuence from the powwow, and that the two are not that far apart after all. Using small digital electronics, Cree electro-cellist Cris Derksen can make her cello can sound like a bass, a drum, or even seagulls. Hear how she's creating a new palette for the usually classical instrument and how being a musician is like being a jeweler. Nicholas Galanin, aka Indian Nick, a Tlingit/Aleut visual artist and musician from Stika Alaska, likens contemporary Indigenous electronic music to our history as strong adaptive communities and cultures and finds the mixing of electronic with other forms of music comes naturally. Yes ladies and gentlemen, this revolution has been electrified.

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7. Blue King Brown - "Fyah"

  • Published: 2014-11-07T01:24:12Z
  • By RPMfm
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RPM is pleased to present an exclusive premiere of the new album from urban roots crew Blue King Brown - "Born Free". Released Worldwide: Nov 7, 2014 Read more: http://rpm.fm/music/blue-king-brown-born-free-album-stream/ Download: http://bluekingbrown.com

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8. Blue Rodeo - "Fools Like You"

  • Published: 2013-01-22T03:52:34Z
  • By RPMfm
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Blue Rodeo “Fools Like You” was originally written for Brian Mulroney after the Oka Crisis of 1990. The song is also a commendation to Elijah Harper for standing up in the Manitoba Legislature with his eagle feather and having the courage to say no to the Meech Lake Accord. Finally, it was a thank you to Chief Ruby Dunstan for inviting Blue Rodeo to participate in her victorious fight to protect the Stein Valley in BC. It is sad to think that nothing much has changed and the voice of Aboriginal peoples is still being ignored by our government. Harper claims to be serious about making things right but if this were true, why did he dispose of the Kelowna Accord, an agreement which sought to improve the education, employment, and living conditions for Aboriginal peoples? bluerodeo.com

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9. The #NationHood Mixtape

  • Published: 2013-12-03T07:40:10Z
  • By RPMfm
The #NationHood Mixtape

A global mixtape in support of Indigenous and oppressed peoples' struggles for liberation. Worldwide music for the movement. MORE INFO: http://rpm.fm/music/download-nationhood-mixtape/ Compiled by @culturite: https://soundcloud.com/culturite/ #NationHood Mixtape – Full Tracklist Marlon Brando – The Dick Cavett Show (1973) / Automuse – “Pan 2223″ / Eastern Eagle Singers – “Mi’kmaq Honour Song” Beaatz – “Broken Promises” Sacramento Knoxx – “Dear Vaughan” DJ Muggs x Bambu – “Pow Wow Drums” Killah P – “Ζόρια” Immortal Technique – “Toast to the Dead” (prod. by J Dilla) Ant Loc – “Hands of Vengeance” Big Cats – “Pyramids” Angel Haze x ATCR – “A Tribe Called Red” Shining Soul – “Get Up Boikutt – “Muraba’at Amniyeh, Muthalathat Sihriyeh, Dawa’er Maliyeh – مربعات أمنية، مثلثات سحرية، دوائر مالية” Shigeto – “Detroit Part 1″ Invincible – “Drunken Sleuth” (prod. by Marco Polo) *unreleased* Amewu – “Leidkultur” Tall Paul – “Protect Ya Spirit” Gil Scott Heron – “Parents (Interlude)” Gonjasufi – “Ancestors” Leanne Betasamosake Simpson – “she sang them home (ft. Cris Derksen)” Shibastik – “LandSlide” Skookum Sound System / Deano – “Long Stem (See Monsters RMX)” Meesha – “Movements” / Janet Rogers – “Being Indian” Flying Lotus – “Between Friends (Instrumental)” / Jeff Corntassel – “Indigenous Waves 11/13/2013″ Poz Lyrix – “Chicago Native” Optimal – “Good Hair” Gabriel Teodros x Rebel Diaz x Suntonio Bandanaz – “Rise & Decolonize” *unreleased* Malcolm X – “My Philosophy is Black Nationalism” Jasiri X – “The New Nat Turners” Big Cats – “Eleven” / Leanne Simpson – “Indigenous Waves 11/11/2013″ City Natives – “4Kingz” Eastern Eagle Singers – “Mi’kmaq Honour Song”

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10. Raye Zaragoza - In the River: A Protest Song For Standing Rock

  • Published: 2016-09-16T17:37:24Z
  • By RPMfm
Raye Zaragoza - In the River: A Protest Song For Standing Rock

New York-based singer-songwriter Raye Zaragoza (@rayezmusic) is doing her part to support the movement against the Dakota Access Pipeline with her latest song “In The River: A Protest Song”. WATCH THE VIDEO: http://rpm.fm/news/new-music-straight-outta-standing-rock/ #NoDAPL #StandWithStandingRock #SoundtrackTheStruggle

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11. NRG Rising - "From Darkness to Light"

  • Published: 2013-01-22T05:02:59Z
  • By RPMfm
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NRG Rising Love and blessings to you all and all the amazing work you are doing... stay strong and know that there are many here that support you. We are proud to offer these tracks for this absolutely inspiring and empowering movement of the people, IdleNoMore. Ma te wairua o nga atua tatou e arahi, May we all be guided by the spirits of our ancestors. nrgrising.com

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12. Leonard Sumner - "They Say"

  • Published: 2013-12-20T05:21:50Z
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13. Mob Bounce x Boogey the Beat - Vision Quest

  • Published: 2016-10-13T22:41:34Z
  • By RPMfm
Mob Bounce x Boogey the Beat - Vision Quest

“Vision Quest” is the new single from rising northwest coast Indigenous hip-hop duo @Mob-Bounce — out 10.21.2016. Featuring remix duties by Winnipeg-based Anishinaabe producer @BoogeytheBeat, “Vision Quest” showcases Mob Bounce’s culturally rooted lyrical flows of MCs Heebz the Earthchild and The Northwest Kid interweaving with the track’s pulsing bass line and head-knocking electronic production. “Vision Quest” is Mob Bounce’s debut single release for RPM Records ahead of their forthcoming full-length album in 2017. Music: @mob-bounce x @boogeythebeat Mastering: David Strickland Artwork: sab meynert http://mobbounce.bandcamp.com http://boogeythebeat.com http://rpmrecords.bandcamp.com #RPMRecords Catalog No: RPM004

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15. Mob Bounce - "Welcome To The Struggle"

  • Published: 2014-12-11T06:56:55Z
  • By RPMfm
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You hear the flames of resistance? Mob Bounce is back. "Welcome to the Struggle", the lead single from their much-anticipated new album, Mob Medicine, announces their righteous return. Read more: http://rpm.fm/music/mob-bounce-welcome-struggle/

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16. Mic Jordan - "#DearNativeYouth"

  • Published: 2015-11-26T06:09:38Z
  • By RPMfm
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DOWNLOAD: The Last Stand Mixtape, Vol. 1—a groundbreaking new compilation of Indigenous music, hip-hop, and spoken word featuring Indian Country's rising stars. http://rpm.fm/music/download-the-last-stand-mixtape-vol-1/

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17. Aboriginal Music Week 2015 Mixtape - by Boogey The Beat

  • Published: 2015-08-10T04:11:13Z
  • By RPMfm
Aboriginal Music Week 2015 Mixtape - by Boogey The Beat

Aboriginal Music Week exclusive mixtape compiled by @BoogeytheBeat. Join us for the AMW Closing night party on Saturday, August 22nd! READ MORE: http://rpm.fm/music/download-the-aboriginal-music-week-mixtape-by-boogey-the-beat TRACK LISTING: Boogey The Beat - The Beginning Exquisite Ghost - Bringing Dawn Exquisite Ghost - Hands To The Sky Hellnback - B.T.B.B. Ft. Lightning Cloud Hellnback - Spaceship Mariame - Electric Mariame - Native Ft. Supaman Boogey The Beat - Sidestep Boogey The Beat - Uja (Tanya Tagaq Remix) Mic Jordan - It Feels Good Mic Jordan - Miigwetch (Thank You) T Rhyme - Apollo Red T Rhyme - Tha Truth Tall Paul - I Don't Need Glove Tall Paul - Orange Juice In My Cereal s/o to @abmusicweek #IndigenousExcellence

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18. Willie Dunn - I Pity The Country

  • Published: 2014-11-22T04:28:27Z
  • By RPMfm
Willie Dunn - I Pity The Country

By legendary Mi'kmaq artist Willie Dunn. Included as part of "Native North America"—a 34-track compilation of music from the Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island, recorded between 1966 and 1985— to be released on Light in the Attic Records. Read more: http://rpm.fm/news/native-north-america-revolutionary-recordings-indigenous-artists-1966-1985/

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19. Stuart James - #NoDAPL

  • Published: 2016-09-01T19:35:30Z
  • By RPMfm
Stuart James - #NoDAPL

Stuart James's latest track is a call for strength and perseverance in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux Nation's resistance against the Dakota Access Pipeline. http://rpm.fm/interview/stuart-james-releases-new-track-nodapl-solidarity-standing-rock-sioux-nation/ For more Stuart James: https://soundcloud.com/stuartjames365

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