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Micheal ‘Miko’ Smith

CAAMA MUSIC interviewed for Deadly Vibe magazine

Read the three-page feature about CAAMA in the April issue of 'InVibe' - the insert inside Deadly Vibe magazine. "Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA) Music is strengthening its ties with remote desert communities through an innovative regional music development program and focusing on mentoring new and fresh NT talent in the music industry."

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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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.


Alice Springs record label, CAAMA Music, has recently grown to a team of eight full-time staff in preparation for an unprecedented expansion into indigenous music production and community involvements throughout Central Australia over the next three years. Micheal ‘Miko’ Smith has worked for three years as the CAAMA Music Label Manager and where he once...

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