Top Music Video Countdown

19 September 2013

Come join Sander Van Doorn on Sirius XM this Saturday, September 21, to listen to the 200th episode of his world renowned Identity radio show.

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18 September 2013

Locust reveals new music video, tracklist and album art for "You'll Be Safe Forever" out on Editions Mego.

Locust band members Mark Van Hoen and Louis Sherman have melded 50-years of electronic musical history in a "beautifully crafted album" that "combines '80s industrial techno, the spoken word of underground disco, cosmic synth lines, and ambient distorted dream vocals combined with rhythmic looping drums.

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The Gathering of Nations PowWow is a two-day and night experience where people, both Indian and non-Indian, can come and, for a short while, enter into a world where dance and song can enlighten the mind and fill the heart with happiness.

Held annually at the University of New Mexico "The Pit" in Albuquerque, The Gathering of Nations PowWow starts off Saturday evening with the Grand Entry during which a young Native American Woman will be crowned Miss Indian World.  She will represent all of Native America and Indigenous people as a cultural goodwill ambassador.

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The Native American Music Awards (N.A.M.A.) began in 1998 as a grass roots initiative among music industry professionals and record labels to not only prove that there was a viable and professional mainstream  industry, but also to give Native Youth on reservations the needed inspiration and opportunities to pursue a professional career and garner greater exposure.

Members from those record labels (Canyon, SOAR, Silverwave, Machoche', Turtle Island, Sweetgrass, Sunshine and others); their artists, various communities and tribal radio stations and media personnel served as N.A.M.A's first Advisory Board membership.

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Trials and tribulations can either break a person into becoming a desperate disheartened soul or forge a person into a positive healing light for others.  Tony Redhouse is the latter, he rose not only to embrace his mixed heritage, but also to overcome his addiction to drugs and alcohol and now uses those positive changes in his life to help others who are challenged with their own life trials.

Tony is of Navajo and Filipino origin and feels that being born of a Navajo Indian father and Filipino mother has given him an advantage in life; both bloodlines come from strength and endurance.  

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