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‘Tjamuku Ngurra’ music video released!

Following the release of Tjintu Desert Band’s debut album ‘Tjamuku Ngurra’ on 7 March, CAAMA Music have now produced a music video to complement the success of their first single, which has been added to radio playlists across the country – from CAAMA Radio’s network of indigenous community stations, to the massive ABC Radio network...

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Running Water selected for Sand Tracks tour of Central Australia

From a community with very little running water, the aptly named and foot-stompingly good Running Water have been chosen to share their music through Central Australia on the 2014 Sand Tracks Tour. Running Water (Kintore) have been building momentum and excitement for their music after their impressive performance at the 2013 Bush Bands Bash and through featuring...

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“Wow, what an amazing sound!” – ABC NT on Tjintu Desert Band

Bernard Zuel, the senior music writer for Fairfax newspapers, yesterday introduced ABC Darwin presenter Julia Christensen to a new sound coming from the deserts of Australia.  To kick off the music segment Bernard Zuel played the lead single from Tjintu Desert Band’s new album Tjamuku Ngurra. Once the track finished, the conversation went something like...

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New album by Tjintu Desert Band – out 7 March

Central Australia’s local favourites, Tjintu Desert Band, are about to reach new audiences with the release of their new album, ‘Tjamuku Ngurra’, released on 7 March by CAAMA Music. It will be distributed nationally by MGM and promoted by AUM PR – a company that has worked extensively promoting Indigenous artists into the mainstream, including...

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Behind the Scenes with Warren H. Williams

CAAMA Music’s annual Snapshot compilation is due for release soon, and here we’ve got a behind-the-scenes look at the recording of a brand new song by Warren H. Williams. It’s called “Letting You Go (Was the Hardest Thing To Do)” and is another toe-tappingly good song from Central Australia’s most prolific music writer. The Snapshot...

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Successful Staging by CAAMA Music

The Carols by Candlelight held at Anzac Oval in Alice Springs on Dec 8 will mark the culmination of a year of successful event staging for CAAMA Music. This is a new avenue of business and training for CAAMA, and it has been incredibly well-received so far by the community of Alice Springs. It provides excellent...

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Miko Smith talks to CAAMA RADIO

Have a listen to ‘Miko’ Smith, Manager of CAAMA MUSIC,  interviewed by CAAMA RADIO’s Breakfast Presenter, GMan, about the Regional Music Development Program (RMDP) currently in progress out in Hermannsburg/Ntaria, Northern Territory. Tonight there will be a second concert held in the community, as practice for the ‘Music Industry Rangers’ who are being trained in...

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Starring Role for CAAMA Trainee!

When Tharron Robin signed up as a trainee sound engineer with CAAMA MUSIC, he didn’t bargain on being roped into doing voice-overs for us! Obligingly, he’s already done a shout-out for CAAMA Radio, and then last week we asked him to kindly lend his voice for this radio advert, promoting our NEW website (which you’re...

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MEDIA RELEASE: CAAMA MUSIC Launches Training of Indigenous ‘Music Industry Rangers’

Alice Springs-based indigenous record label, CAAMA MUSIC, has launched a long-running Regional Music Development Program (RMDP) to train sixteen specially selected ‘Music Industry Rangers’ (MIRs) from Central Australia over the next three years. The aim is to foster the recording and preservation of indigenous languages through song, as well as to develop real pathways to employment into the music industry for the Music Industry Rangers.

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