It’s always been tough to make it as an independent musician. Now one podcast is focusing on a sub-sect of the indie scene: Indigenous music.
For the past six months, Revolutions Per Minute (RPM) has been collecting and broadcasting Indigenous music from Canada and beyond. “RPM brings together musicians, fans, and listeners,” says their website, “by providing a centralized place for emerging and established Indigenous, First Nations, Aboriginal, Inuit, and Métis musicians to share and promote their work.”
This insightful podcast will do more than introduce you to new music and the artists that create it. While RPM dives deep into Indigenous rap, folk, rock and more, the show also takes on issues like balancing motherhood and a music career and the disappearance of Indigenous languages.
RPM encourages new talent to submit their own music, so if you’re struggling to catch a break, you may find it here.
But if you’d just like to discover a world of new sound, follow the link below.