NAIDOC Week 2018 on Double J
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised that the following article contains images and voices of people who have died.
We'll be adding plenty more articles and programs as the NAIDOC festivities continue throughout the week. Be sure to check back so you don't miss out on anything!
We chat to some of the key figures in the Stompem Ground festival that made Broome the centre of Australian music in NAIDOC week across a number of years in the 1990s and 2000s.
The Kardajala Kirridarra frontwoman pays tribute to the women who make her feel like she's on the right track.
Discover some new favourite albums by artists who have blazed a trail in contemporary music over the past half a century or so.
Christine Anu, Caiti Baker, Sarah Blasko, Briggs, John Butler, Thelma Plum, Alice Skye and Emily Wurramara pay tribute the legendary Gurrumul.
Rapper DRMNGNOW lets us know about some Indigenous women making amazing music right now.
Caz Tran digs deep into the brilliant 1994 album from one of the country’s most incredible singers and storytellers, the late Ruby Hunter.
Tim Shiel chats to Naarm rapper DRMNGNOW about his recent single and the theme of this year’s NAIDOC week.
We take you to Broome as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of Stompem Ground 1998. With a line up featuring Midnight Oil, Warumpi Band, Archie Roach & Ruby Hunter, Leah Purcell and more.
Brilliant Groote Island singer-songwriter Emily Wurramara drops in to chat with Zan and play a stunning version of her songs 'Carry Me Home' and 'Black Smoke'.
We spend two hours delving into the impossibly beautiful music of Gurrumul. His was one of Australia’s most powerful voices and the impact he made all across the world will be felt forever.
Take 5: Eleanor Dixon (Friday, 10am)
One of our favourite vocalists, Eleanor Dixon, comes in to choose five songs that mean a lot to her, all based around the theme of this year’s NAIDOC week – ‘Because of Her, We Can’.