RadioACTive highlights Indigenous People's Day with Living the Circle of Life's Dave John and the significance of this day in Utah. Then we talk with local Indigenous artist Eugene Tapahe of Art Heals: The Jingle Dress Project. Then we expand on Indigenous Futurism with First Nations (Canadian) Electronic Music Duo The Halluci Nation. Then classically trained Two-Spirit song carrier Jeremy Dutcher shares their new album, Motewolonuwok.
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Eugene Tapahe, local Diné artist + photographer gives us an update about Art Heals: The Jingle Dress Project and upcoming events featuring Eugene's work. "His art is bringing global attention to Native American issues through the healing power of the Ojibwe jingle dress dance. The project originated from a dream he had to unite the beauty of the land with the jingle dress dance."
The Halluci Nation, formerly known as A Tribe Called Red, is a Canadian electronic music group who blend instrumental hip hop, reggae and dubstep-influenced dance music with elements of First Nations music, particularly vocal chanting and drumming. They recently performed in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Oct 7 at the State Room. Follow their tour HERE.
Jeremy Dutcher, "the classically trained Two-Spirit song carrier, composer, operatic tenor, activist and member of Neqotkuk (Tobique First Nation) in Eastern Canada - announced his sophomore record, Motewolonuwok, released October 6, 2023 on Secret City Records."
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