Operatic tenor Jeremy Dutcher takes turn-of-the-century field recordings out of the museum and back to their original community by fusing them with new, avant-garde compositions.
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A DJ goes crate digging unearths a trove of rare Indigenous music folk, rock and country music. The re-issue Native North America Volume 1 turns the spotlight back on trailblazing musicians from across the continent. But it also raises questions about when music is considered art and when it becomes an artifact.
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In the new season of The Heart podcast, Kaitlin Prest gets men to open up about that time when they didn't get consent, but did it anyway. We ask how she pulled it off.
TRIGGER WARNING: This episode contains discussions and depictions of sexual abuse
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From experimental DJs to punk bands and soul singers, a surge of artists are creating modern, groundbreaking Indigenous music.
Ziibiwan is an experimental electronic producer living in Toronto. He breaks down his Time Limits EP.
Jarrett Martineau talks about how Revolutions Per Minute (RPM) evolved from an online community to a cutting-edge record label. He and his skeleton crew are working to bring modern, experimental Indigenous music to a wide audience. Go to RPM's website for news, interviews, podcasts and more information about the label. Jarrett will be hosting the show Reclaimed on CBC starting July 4th.
This show also featured clips from the songs:
"If Only" by Teeks, "Stadium Pow Wow" by A Tribe Called Red, feat. Black Bear, "The Carny" by William Prince, "How to Steal a Canoe" by Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, "Glenn" by Uyarakq and "Don't Tell Me" by WEEDRAT