Maximising THE IMPACT THAT MUSIC CAN HAVE ON PEOPLE’S LIVES while PROVIDING A WINDOW TO THE RICHNESS OF INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIAN CULTURE.
The debut album from Gurrumul. Performed in a mixture of both Yolngu and English, Gurrumul reached number three on the ARIA charts, won ARIA awards for Best World Music Album and Best Independent Release and won a Deadly for Album of the Year. The track "Gurrumul History (I Was Born Blind)" also won a Deadly for Single of the Year.
The highly anticipated second solo album from Gurrumul retains the quality, purity and sound of his first, but has this elusive artist delving into other genres and instruments within his own cultural context. Showcased for the first time are his exceptional skills on piano, drums, nylon string acoustic guitar, electric and acoustic guitars.
The Gospel Album is Gurrumul’s third studio album. In a musical setting that will be familiar to fans of Gurrumul’s music, comes a uniquely Indigenous approach to gospel songs with an expanded sound that combines new hymns, and reimagined gospel songs of his Elcho Island community.
Lonely Boys have been working with ARIA-nominated producer James Mangohig for their first serious studio recording. In March 2016, Loose Stones Studio on the Gold Coast was shaken to it knees by this guitar-inspired punk rock band. The result “The Hunter EP".
Lonely Child is the first unofficial release from Lonely Boys, recorded in Ngukurr and featuring the songs with which Lonely Boys won the 2006 Barunga Battle of the Bands competition.
Songs from the Buffalo Country is an album about fishing, the bush life in old Darwin and ” The Top End” of Australia. It’s a character portrait of the psyche of North Australia from the 1960’s to now, and is Mark A Hunter’s take on it all.
Gapu Damurrun is the first release from Saltwater Band, selling a record-breaking 10,000 copies.
“Djarridjarri/Blue Flag” is the second release from Galiwin'ku roots band, Saltwater Band. Djarridjarri was nominated for an ARIA in the World Music category and won album of the year at the 2004 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art and Music Awards in Sydney (The Deadly’s).