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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

First Nations DJs Mix Tradition With Electronic Beats

Members of the First Nations trio of deejays, A Tribe Called Red. (A Tribe Called Red)

Members of the First Nations trio of deejays, A Tribe Called Red. (A Tribe Called Red)

A Tribe Called Red is an Ottawa-based trio of First Nations DJs who remix social powwow music with electronic dance beats.

The group’s music has put them at the forefront of a First Nations political and cultural renaissance.

Guests

  • Ian Campeau, member of A Tribe Called Red.
  • Bear Witness, member and visual designer for A Tribe Called Red.

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