Mixtape: Get Down, Get Deadly

Each week Kinderling shares a Mixtape.

This 2-9 July 2017 is NAIDOC WEEK! To celebrate, we've compiled some of our favourite indigenous songs and artists for dancing. 

Journey across Australia through the music for thousands of years of history and culture, learning and exploring this wonderful land.

Tracklisting:

  1. Get Down and Darug - Jacinta Tobin
  2. Blackfella Whitefella - Warumpi Band
  3. Cloud 9 Feat. Kian Brownfield - Baker Boy
  4. 40,000 Years Or More - Michael Turner
  5. Happy To Be Me - Aunty Wendy's Mob
  6. Dhaygal Walaar - Simon Mellor & The Kiah Kids
  7. Clap Your Hands - Heaps Decent feat St Therese
  8. Crab Turtle Crocodile - Tiwi Singers
  9. Dhinawan Touch the Stars - The Mob
  10. Inanay - Tiddas
  11. Gopuru - Gurrumul
  12. Solid Rock - Robbie Miller
  13. When The War Is Over - Gawurra
  14. My Island Home - Jimblah
  15. Talk It Out - Belyuen

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