Press Release from The Halluci Nation and video for the new single + a new album in July
As many of you have noticed already, we have begun a new chapter for the group and reintroduced ourselves as The Halluci Nation. Our decision to re-name came after long deliberation and reflection on the values behind our group and we chose it to reflect the evolution of our music and our mission as artists. This new name is inspired by our dear late friend and collaborator John Trudell; he coined the expression to describe the global community who remember at their core what it means to be human, and live life in line with Indigenous values. We are thankful for the initial positive response from the community as we’ve begun this transition and we hope you’ll continue to follow along as we move forward, and close this cycle upon opening the next.
YUMA – Preston Arrow-weed raises his rattle, crafted from an empty tin can, pebbles and a wooden handle, as he leads another in a series of songs that describe the lands, waters and ecology of the lower Colorado River Valley.
Métis singer-songwriter Celeigh Cardinal says her cover of The Tragically Hip’s most successful single in Canada is a shining light mid-pandemic and a celebration of the band’s contribution to Indigenous communities.
Double nominee in the upcoming Juno Awards you can see why from this video
great video great music and a wonderful piece of art
At the Canadian Independent Music Video Awards “Manidoo Dewe’igan” brought home the award for “Best Music Video”!
From Mattmac’s debut album, 20/20