Classically trained in instruments like piano and drums, Jeremy Dutcher studied Music and Anthropology at Dalhousie University in Halifax. He is a talented Tenor vocalist, composer and musicologist. Jeremy hails from the First Nation People in New Brunswick, Tobique. He is a firm advocate for the Indigenous languages that are currently dying out and because […]
What is the story behind “K’eintah Natse Ju”? “K’eintah Natse Ju” (pronounced Kay-tah Naht-say Joo) is a song I wrote for the project celebrating resilience of Indigenous northerners-Gho-Bah (first light of dawn). Natse Ju- healing, to heal. We are healing together. This song is about the legacy of colonization and its impact on our (Indigenous) family relationships- […]
The Ottawa folk group Twin Flames is a captivating duo who released their latest single “Human”. Accompanying this heartfelt song about self-identity and preserving culture, is a cinematic visual with a mission focus to celebrate the International Year of Indigenous Languages, break the pattern of labels and help people connect no matter their background. The […]
Logan Staats‘ new track, “Fear of the Flame” was released on March 19, 2019. This folk-rock ballad lends well to Staats‘ vocal range, starting off slow and low and climbing into the pay-off of a striking, catchy chorus. Hear the passion and lyricism of “Fear of the Flame” for yourself on Spotify.
Raye Zaragoza’s single “Warrior” is a determined ode to pushing forward, even in the hard times. Zaragoza’s soothing voice paired with the Rockwood Music Hall’s atmosphere presents a beautiful, yet haunting track, painting a picture of past darkness making way for a triumphant, fearless march forward.
Amanda Rheaume, 2014 Canadian Folk Music Award winning artist for Best Aboriginal Album, released a music video for her new single “The Skin I’m In”. Rheaume reminds us to be comfortable within ourselves, with a heartfelt visual to compliment an important message of self-love. As her new album drops February 15th, you can catch Amanda […]