And then there were nine!
A stirring moment to honour a lost legend.
Here are all the big winners.
The ceremony will be held on August 11.
“It makes us richer…It makes the country richer”
‘Djarimirri (Child of the Rainbow)’ will be out 13th April.
“[It’s] a tragedy that shouldn’t have happened.”
“Today we mourn the loss of a great Australian.”
Please explain, Pauline?
Skinnyfish Music has been robbed.
Gawurra won four awards including Album Of The Year and Best New Talent at the National Indigenous Music Awards.
Shameful comments by the NT Minister
“Was Gurrumul Yunupingu’s level of A&E care related to assumptions based on his race or is there a serious fault in the system…?”
Melbourne’s free fest is back with over 50 acts over six stages.
Shepparton rapper Briggs has released a heartwarming new music video for The Children Came Back, his recent collaboration with Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu, which is an adaptation of the Archie Roach song Took The Children Away. Celebrating the achievements of a number of Indigenous Australians, The Children Came Back name-drops the likes of Cathy Freeman, Adam
Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu will release his third studio album, The Gospel Album, this July, and has announced a national tour in support of the release. He’ll be heading out across the country this July and August. Gurrumul’s six-date The Gospel Songs Tour will begin in Sydney on 29th July, just two days before The Gospel
Ariel Pink, homegrown icon Gurrumul and New York rock threeway The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion top the bill of a brand new music and arts festival called Supersense, which is due to take over Melbourne this August. Curated by global hotshot Sophia Brous in collaboration with the Asian Performing Arts Program, the high-cultural extravaganza promises
Two Indigenous musicians, who are relatives and collaborators of Australian musician Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu, were refused services by three taxi drivers in Darwin after they attended a traditional ceremony nearby. Reports NT News, the Creative Director for Darwin-based independent label Skinnyfish Music Michael Hohnen accompanied Territory musicians Jonathan Yunupingu and Djunga Djunga Yunupingu, described as
Gurrumul has announced a rare acoustic Melbourne club show with less than 48 hours notice. The Aboriginal musician’s intimate performance will take place tomorrow, Wednesday, 17th December, at the Corner Hotel, and will also see a special guest appearance from Victorian rapper Briggs. Gurrumul performed for US President Barack Obama as part of G20 earlier