Amai Kuda and Y Josephine team up with Indigenous singer/songwriter Kinnie Starr and hip-hop legend M1 from Dead Prez to create a "call to action" in support of the group Decolonize NOW!
Featuring music videos from Canadian Independent bands.
Make sure to tune in every other week for a new featured Canadian artist. Don't forget to also check out rabble's music audio podcast The Ruckus.
Take a look at LAL, whose latest album, Find Safety, is the result of three years of studio work, offering a compellingly danceable and provocative political statement all at once.
Loon Choir are a breath of fresh air in the Canadian music scene. This month on Indie Inside, they premiere their new video for "Always Golden."
Singer-songwriter Nick Sherman presents his new album, "Knives and Wildrice," continuing the storytelling tradition of his Ojibway roots.
One Soul Thrust put the integrity and passion back in modern rock, and raise a ruckus doing so. Read on for this month's Indie Inside!
This month we are treated to Vancouver's pop-sibling duo, Sister Says, who recently released the album "Heart Placement."
Vancouver-based artist Kimmortal releases her first album, "Sincerity," a courageous community-based piece delving deep into the facets of life often untouched by dominant culture.
Eclectic song-writing troubadour Karl Sanden's latest project is a seven-track album, "Fort Madeline," which was released digitally July 21.
Check out the latest Indie Inside with musical artists Betty Malaise and the mushroom-souper. They experiment with unique melodies, while raising consciousness.
Long-time country-roots band Grievous Angels make a return with the album "The Great Divide." Read on for more about the group.