Kutcha’s Carpool Koorioke: Alice Skye and Emily Wurramara with Uncle Jack Charles

Indigenous performer Alice Skye standing in a Melbourne street with a graffitied wall behind her.
Title:
Kutcha’s Carpool Koorioke: Alice Skye and Emily Wurramara with Uncle Jack Charles
NFSA ID:
1591584
Year:
2019
Category:
WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that the following program may contain images and/or audio of deceased persons

Alice Skye and Emily Wurramara are part of a new generation of Indigenous artists. When Kutcha joins Alice and Emily for Episode 3 of Kutcha's Carpool Koorioke, singing Alice's hit song 'Friends With Feelings', we know that music can transcend generations.

But some things don't, such as Kutcha's understanding of texting and social media lingo, 'LOL, JK I don't get it'. A quick lesson in social media from Alice and Emily sets Kutcha on his way.

Alice speaks about her first song being inspired by her country and her late father, whose presence she feels when she sings.

Emily talks about singing in her language and how her ancestors' spirits are with her, empowering her as a singer songwriter.

Songs: 1. Friends with Feelings (Alice Skye) -- 2. Lady Blue (Emily Wurramara) -- 3. Get Back Up Again (Kutcha Edwards) -- 4. Time Is All I Have (Kutcha Edwards)

Associate Producers:
Danielle MacLean, Fiona Dean
Cinematographer/Director of photography:
Murray Lui
Director:
John Harvey
Interviewees:
Emily Wurramara, Alice Skye
Performers:
Emily Wurramara, Alice Skye, Kutcha Edwards
Presenter:
Kutcha Edwards
Producers:
Anna Grieve, John Harvey
Production Company:
Tamarind Pictures
Recording Engineer/Sound Recordist:
David Tranter