On June 23, APTN threw an epic Indigenous Day Live celebration featuring more than 30 performers in three cities. In the latest DD Spotlight, we take you behind the scenes with some of the artists to talk about the importance of IDL and Canada's thriving Indigenous music scene.

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On July 17, the Polaris Music Prize announced that Toronto's Jeremy Dutcher and B.C. hip-hop duo Snotty Nose Rez Kids are among the 10 finalists for the 2018 Canadian Album of the Year.

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Over the years, Winnipeg Folk Festival has shown a lot of love to the Indigenous music scene. This year they kept things going with a series of collaborations and solo sets from A Tribe Called Red, Leonard Sumner, Archie Roach, Las Cafeteras and nêhiyawak.

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In the latest edition of our Meet the Artist blog series, get to know Pabineau First Nation hip-hop artist Tristan Grant aka Wolf Castle.

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The Bloodshots nail a live-off-the-floor recording of Kill Me Tonight at Private Ear Recording in Winnipeg.

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On this week's series finale of Beyond The Mic, we catch up with one of our all-time faves. See what Iskwé had to say about life as a student, collaborating on a graphic novel with award-winning author David Alex Robertson and more.

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Announced earlier this month, the 2018 Polaris Long List includes Iskwé, Jeremy Dutcher, Snotty Nose Rez Kids and YAMANTAKA // SONIC TITAN. Here's what they had to say about their nominations.

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Whether he’s writing music, painting on canvas or making drums, Dave Boulanger uses art as a vehicle to not only express himself, but to share stories, connect with his culture and build community. On the latest episode of Beyond The Mic, see what he had to say spirituality, working with youth and much, much more.

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Earlier this month, Winnipeg's first sākihiwē festival featured 20 Indigenous artists on five stages throughout the city. Here's a snapshot of the event featuring Jeremy Dutcher, Quantum Tangle, Sebastian Gaskin, Iskwé, HellnbacK and more.

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What truly sets the Winnipeg Folk Festival apart isn't so much the big names, but its rich history of musical storytelling and deliberate emphasis on Indigenous talent.

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