'The Next of Kin' baby is well and truly out, and we're proud of how this lil fella's turning out. It's brought us a couple of film clips already, 'Are We There Yet' , 'Happy People' with more to come! Watch out for the release of 'Find A Way', 'Burning Bridges' and 'Prove Them Wrong'.
We've heard mob asking "Where can I get your first album from?", it has been really difficult to get a hard copy in stores, so just for you we're putting it out, with some little extras, to thank you for your patience. Friday 29 June treat yourself to a newly and beautifully packaged re-release of 'Nutches', out with bonus remixes, available at all good music retailers and online through Elefant Traks
BLACK & DEADLY FILM CLIP:
To celebrate the re-release of 'Nutches' we are calling for your involvement, we wanna see you in our clip for 'Black & Deadly'!! This track is about being proud of who you are, being strong, positive, about standing up for who you are, no matter if you are black, white, brown, red or purple!! We calling on all you Deadly people.
All you have to do is
- Rap/sing along with any part or the whole song, don't be shame go hard out! Download the song free here: Black & Deadly
- Film yourself or get a friend to do it on any camera device: phone, DSLR, webcam or videocamera
- It can be you at work, school, in your room, car, street, bush, desert, rainforest. Show us how deadly and proud you are.
- Very shortly we will be creating a space for you to be able to upload your footage and complete a consent form.
We will be using the tracks' original audio, with cuts of your videos edited together to make one of the deadliest film clips ever!
Just one entry per person or group and you have until the 31st July 2012.
So get crackin our deadly people...We can't wait to see what you do!! "
Our passion for music workshops, health and communities has been recognised in the campaign we worked on with the Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council titled 'Where's The Shame, Love Your Liver' www.loveyourliver.net.au
MOVE IT MOB STYLE
Congrates to Nay for her hosting role on the ABC3 series 'Move It Mob Style'.
NAIDOC week is coming back (officially 1-8 July) http://www.naidoc.org.au/
The theme for NAIDOC Week 2012 is Spirit of the Tent Embassy: 40 years on.
They dared to challenge – this year’s theme celebrates the champions who lived to renew the spirit of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples through the establishment of the Aboriginal Tent Embassy in 1972. Forty years ago, the embassy became a powerful symbol of unity. Its founders instilled pride, advanced equality and educated the country on the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. To move forward, we must acknowledge our forbearers, learn from their experiences and ask ourselves… what have their sacrifices meant for me and my family today?
Film Clip to "I can" is available to view @ Youtube I Can
Film clip to Balooraman is in downloads including one for your iPhone.
Check the downloads page for some PMD Ringtones
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