This clip from Kutcha's Koorioke features singer Mo'Ju performing an a cappella version of their hit 'Native Tongue' on the steps of the Fitzroy Town Hall, while presenter Kutcha Edwards a
M Yunupingu receives the Australian of the Year award from Prime Minister Paul Keating.
Arnhem Land Popular Classics was the first record to bring widespread attention to the didjeridu (didgeridoo or dijeridoo), also known as the yidaki in Yolgnu.
Ten sound recordings with cultural, historical and aesthetic significance have been added to Sounds of Australia for 2020.
In Episode 1 Kutcha cruises along the top of Smith Street singing along with Archie Roach to Archie's 1990 hit 'Charcoal Lane'.
In the obscure churches of remote Central Australia, a hidden musical legacy of ancient Aboriginal languages, sacred poetry and baroque music is being preserved by four generations of song women wh
In 1901-02, Baldwin Spencer and Frances James (FJ) Gillen undertook an anthropological research expedition to Central Australia.
Wrong Side of the Road is based on the real-life experiences of two Aboriginal bands on the road, Us Mob and No Fixed Address, gigging between Port Adelaide and Point Pearce, SA.
WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that the following article contains the names, images and voices of deceased persons.
This collection features sound recordings with cultural, historical and aesthetic significance that are by or about First Nations Australians.