elkis Terán spoke with her child, Manuel, nearly every day by WhatsApp from her home in Panama City, Panama. She also had names and numbers for some of Manuel’s friends, in case she didn’t hear from the 26-year-old who was protesting “Cop City”, a planned gigantic training facility being built in a wooded area near Atlanta, Georgia.
New releases and re releases with Hip Hop, Latin Ska, Rock, Acoustic, RnB, Alt Rock, Reggae, Dub Step, Country, and an atmospheric soundtrack track.
Artists featured are – SHiFT FROM THA 902, J-Rez & Fawn Wood of Buffalo Jump Records, Darren Geffre & Nancy Hills, El Gran Silencio, Condemn the World, Celeigh Cardinal, J25, Black Belt Eagle Scout, Ava Rose Johnson, QVLN, Kelly Fraser, John Shewfelt Jr, GDubz, and wihtikow ᐏᐦᑎᑯᐤ
Alright- Supaman feat. Neenah (Produced by Nottz)
New single from rapper Thomas X
Black Belt Eagle Scout – My Blood Runs Through This Land
from The Land, The Water, The Sky out February 10, 2023
And playing in Europe, end of February
Great new vid and track from Theland and Rise
Heres my last show. It’s got some Rock, Black Metal, Ska, 70s, Hip Hop, singer/songwriter, Contemporary Inuit, and Country. The wonderful artists in last weeks show are – Mato Wayuhi , Brother Mikey, KASP: Motivational Speaker, Facilitator, HipHop Artist, & Brandon Peters & Def-i, Kwabid Nicholas & early\\morning company, Jason Burnstick, Rudy Strangling Wolf, Low Budget Rock Star, Stuart James, Hayley Wallis, RedCloud, Riel Music, Rita Coolidge, Blue Mountain Tribe, Esther Pennell, Redbone (PAT VEGAS), and Shauit & Yves Lambert.
Aaron Carapella and his team do some amazing work if you can go here and support them.
Tribal Nations Maps creates the most comprehensive at-contact and reservation Native American and First Nations maps in existence. Our maps use both self-described Tribal names, as well as those that Tribes are commonly know by. Over the past 25 years, we have traveled, researched and visited elders, historians, academics and cultural department personnel to acquire the 4,500 names that we show across the Western Hemisphere.
the vid for that wonderful ska track from Brother Mikey
Happy New Year all
The first show of the year has these amazing indigenous artists Mia Sable, Mattmac & Dakota Bear & @Okema, Andrea Menard Fan Page, Nucky Jmc, Universal Honey , Falynn Baptiste, Tarrak GL & Peand-eL, Condemn the World, Cliff Cardinal & The Skylarks, Snotty Nose Rez Kids, Aysanabee & DJ Shub, 1876, Charlie Parker, Elexa Dawson, and DJ Javier Estrada. Listen in Europe on Resonance 104.4fm, radio AGORA 105,5, Proton – das freie Radio, Radio FRO, Radio Freequenns – Das freie Radio im Ennstal, & Radio Onde Furlane, and as a podcast on Fridays from Pantheon Podcasts.
new single and video form Joey Stylez from the album Horsethieves & Bootleggers
One of the greats of Indigenous Rock has sadly moved on, co-founder and bassist of XIT, Jomac “Mac” Suazo (Taos Pueblo) passed on at his home on Christmas Eve.
Jomac “Mac” Suazo was the bass player of the bands; Lincoln St. Exit, XIT and later, eXit with The Ox Boyz. Suazo became most legendary for his work with XIT whose music still resonates among Indigenous peoples throughout the country. XIT, which stood for Crossing of Indian Tribes, was originally formed as Lincoln Street Exit in the early 1970s at Valley High School in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Suazo, along with A. Michael Martinez, Lee Herrerra, and R. C. Gariss were then joined by Tom Bee and released several groundbreaking albums. Their debut recording, “Plight of the Redman,” was released in 1972 on Motown Records. It was a concept album chronicling the changes in Native American life since the arrival of Columbus. The recording was the first of its kind to combine traditional and electric instrumentation along with chanting and Native dialogue. Their followup, “Silent Warrior” was their second release on the label in 1973 in which Suazo co-wrote two of the songs. The album came at the height of the Wounded Knee takeover in South Dakota, and XIT quickly became labeled by the media as the musical ambassadors of the American Indian Movement.
In 1999, XIT performed at the Second Annual Native American Music Awards and were honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award.