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Who's Your Mob

James Henry

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Who's Your Mob

Who's Your Mob

James Henry

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Plays
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Having yarns with some interesting talented mob about culture and protocols with traditional and contemporary Aboriginal music.

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Linda Barwick

Linda is a musicologist, specialising in the study of Australian Aboriginal musics, immigrant musics and the digital humanities (particularly archiving and repatriation of ethnographic field recordings as a site of interaction between researchers and cultural heritage communities). Linda has studied community music practices through fieldwork in Australia, Italy and the Philippines. Themes of her research include analysis of musical action in place, the language of song, and the aesthetics of cross-cultural musical practice. She also publishes on theoretical issues, including analysis of non-Western music, and research implications of digital technologies. https://sydney.edu.au/music/staff-profiles/linda.barwick.php

95 min2019 APR 2
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Peter Williams

A yarn with Peter about his work reclaiming and revitalising culture and sharing it with Aboriginal and Non Aboriginal people. He has long been a part of a big yearly corroboree in NSW which attracts hundreds of people black, white and brindle. Here's some footage of it - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRGrYLohywk

30 min2019 JAN 9
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Djolpa McKenzie

I had a yarn with Djolpa up in Darwin about life and culture in Maningrida as well as his latest EP 'Red'. The title track plays underneath my intro. - https://www.djolpamckenzie.com/music

86 min2019 JAN 9
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David Bridie

I had a chat with David about Kava to begin with, then found out a lot about PNG and his connection there. Also gained more of an insight how to go about collaborating with different cutures musically. The track playing in the background is 'Red (2000 Miles Away from the Fair) / Shes Upped and Gone' - https://itunes.apple.com/au/album/red-2000-miles-away-from-the-fair-shes-upped-and-gone-single/1445378689 https://www.davidbridie.com

71 min2019 JAN 9
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John Giacon

A yarn with John about his work reviving Gamilaraay and Yuwaalaraay language. He has been doing amazing work restoring and passing on language despite not being Aboriginal. An interesting insight in to Aboriginal languages and his practice. http://www.yuwaalaraay.org https://researchers.anu.edu.au/researchers/giacon-g

89 min2018 MAY 12
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John Giacon

Jacob Boheme

Jacob is the artistic director of Yirramboi and the writer/performer of Blood on the Dancefloor as well as having been the Artistic Director and Choreographer of Tanderrum. We have a frank yarn about balancing the traditional with contemporary and get an insight in to how he goes about it working with various communities across the country. https://www.jacobboehme.com.au https://yirramboi.net.au http://ilbijerri.com.au/event/blood-dance-floor

68 min2018 MAY 12
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Jacob Boheme

Tim Kanoa

Great to kick back and have a yarn with Tim after work looking out on Nicholson St, Melbourne. Such a multi-talented and in demand man, we talk primarily about creating music and dance for 'The Fighting Gunditjmara' but also touching on his work within government roles for community and being vegetarian. https://www.facebook.com/The-Fighting-Gunditjmara-489787907767417

95 min2018 FEB 20
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Dr Myfany Turpin

A quick chat while Myfany was in Melbourne about her work with the Kaytetye and Arrernte communities. As well as a little bit about the nuts and bolts of traditional Aboriginal music and language from the central desert. http://sydney.edu.au/music/staff-profiles/myfany.turpin.php

50 min2018 FEB 20
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Dr Myfany Turpin

Warren H Williams

Up on the hill looking out over Tamworth the morning after our Buried Country show. Great to get an insight in to the cultures of the Central Desert, his country music and his responsibilities with traditional songs. The song in the intro and outro is track 1 from 'Winanjjara' The Song People Sessions album he recorded with the Warumungu Songmen It can be purchased here - https://shop.abc.net.au/the-song-peoples-sessions-2cd

52 min2018 FEB 5
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Warren H Williams

Ted Fields Junior

Having a cuppa with Ted and a good yarn about Gamilaraay and Yuwaalaraay language and culture and how to go about revitalisation. Also a little bit about Dreamtime crocodiles in North Western NSW. Some resources for Yuwaalaraay language and culture - http://www.yuwaalaraay.org

110 min2018 FEB 5
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Ted Fields Junior

Latest Episodes

Linda Barwick

Linda is a musicologist, specialising in the study of Australian Aboriginal musics, immigrant musics and the digital humanities (particularly archiving and repatriation of ethnographic field recordings as a site of interaction between researchers and cultural heritage communities). Linda has studied community music practices through fieldwork in Australia, Italy and the Philippines. Themes of her research include analysis of musical action in place, the language of song, and the aesthetics of cross-cultural musical practice. She also publishes on theoretical issues, including analysis of non-Western music, and research implications of digital technologies. https://sydney.edu.au/music/staff-profiles/linda.barwick.php

95 min2019 APR 2
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Linda Barwick

Peter Williams

A yarn with Peter about his work reclaiming and revitalising culture and sharing it with Aboriginal and Non Aboriginal people. He has long been a part of a big yearly corroboree in NSW which attracts hundreds of people black, white and brindle. Here's some footage of it - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRGrYLohywk

30 min2019 JAN 9
Comments
Peter Williams

Djolpa McKenzie

I had a yarn with Djolpa up in Darwin about life and culture in Maningrida as well as his latest EP 'Red'. The title track plays underneath my intro. - https://www.djolpamckenzie.com/music

86 min2019 JAN 9
Comments
Djolpa McKenzie

David Bridie

I had a chat with David about Kava to begin with, then found out a lot about PNG and his connection there. Also gained more of an insight how to go about collaborating with different cutures musically. The track playing in the background is 'Red (2000 Miles Away from the Fair) / Shes Upped and Gone' - https://itunes.apple.com/au/album/red-2000-miles-away-from-the-fair-shes-upped-and-gone-single/1445378689 https://www.davidbridie.com

71 min2019 JAN 9
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David Bridie

John Giacon

A yarn with John about his work reviving Gamilaraay and Yuwaalaraay language. He has been doing amazing work restoring and passing on language despite not being Aboriginal. An interesting insight in to Aboriginal languages and his practice. http://www.yuwaalaraay.org https://researchers.anu.edu.au/researchers/giacon-g

89 min2018 MAY 12
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John Giacon

Jacob Boheme

Jacob is the artistic director of Yirramboi and the writer/performer of Blood on the Dancefloor as well as having been the Artistic Director and Choreographer of Tanderrum. We have a frank yarn about balancing the traditional with contemporary and get an insight in to how he goes about it working with various communities across the country. https://www.jacobboehme.com.au https://yirramboi.net.au http://ilbijerri.com.au/event/blood-dance-floor

68 min2018 MAY 12
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Jacob Boheme

Tim Kanoa

Great to kick back and have a yarn with Tim after work looking out on Nicholson St, Melbourne. Such a multi-talented and in demand man, we talk primarily about creating music and dance for 'The Fighting Gunditjmara' but also touching on his work within government roles for community and being vegetarian. https://www.facebook.com/The-Fighting-Gunditjmara-489787907767417

95 min2018 FEB 20
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Tim Kanoa

Dr Myfany Turpin

A quick chat while Myfany was in Melbourne about her work with the Kaytetye and Arrernte communities. As well as a little bit about the nuts and bolts of traditional Aboriginal music and language from the central desert. http://sydney.edu.au/music/staff-profiles/myfany.turpin.php

50 min2018 FEB 20
Comments
Dr Myfany Turpin

Warren H Williams

Up on the hill looking out over Tamworth the morning after our Buried Country show. Great to get an insight in to the cultures of the Central Desert, his country music and his responsibilities with traditional songs. The song in the intro and outro is track 1 from 'Winanjjara' The Song People Sessions album he recorded with the Warumungu Songmen It can be purchased here - https://shop.abc.net.au/the-song-peoples-sessions-2cd

52 min2018 FEB 5
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Warren H Williams

Ted Fields Junior

Having a cuppa with Ted and a good yarn about Gamilaraay and Yuwaalaraay language and culture and how to go about revitalisation. Also a little bit about Dreamtime crocodiles in North Western NSW. Some resources for Yuwaalaraay language and culture - http://www.yuwaalaraay.org

110 min2018 FEB 5
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Ted Fields Junior
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