Last year, the DD Podcast brought you brand new music from 12 of today’s hottest Indigenous artists in our First Listen Fridays series. Now we’re back with 12 new artists and a brand new series called Beyond The Mic. Instead of introducing new tracks, we dive a bit deeper and chat with our artists about their hobbies, side hustles and everything […]

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On the series finale of First Listen Fridays, Haida/Cree rocker Kristi Lane Sinclair talks about everything from touring the country to her fear of sharp objects.

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Winnipeg MCs Skyler and Arrow-C talk about working with Grammy-nominated producer Fresh IE, how they got into hip hop and more. You'll also hear the exclusive debut of their bangin' new track, House of Pain.

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Winnipeg's Sierra Noble and New York's Matt Krahula make up folk duo Beyond Hope. Hear what they have to say about teaming up and get an exclusive first listen to their debut single, Where We Belong.

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Christa Couture talks about touring, recording in Nashville and more. She also shares the exclusive premiere of Happy or Unhappy, a track that almost made the cut on her most recent album, Long Time Leaving.

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Nunavut throat boxer Nelson Tagoona talks about inspiring youth through music, sharing the stage with Nelly Furtado and more. You'll also hear the exclusive premiere of his powerful new beat, The Rain Can't Stop.

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Ottawa's Cody Coyote talks about discovering his culture, reflecting reality through art and using his music to inspire others. He also premieres Someday, the first single from his forthcoming album, Mamawi.

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Vancouver's JB the First Lady premieres a banger from her forthcoming album and talks about everything from the origin of her stage name and performing at Aboriginal Day Live to reflecting history through art and the healing power of hip hop.

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Nunavut's Kelly Fraser talks about the Inuit legend that inspired her new album and debuts her track, Complaining.

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Experimental indie group Ghostkeeper talk about their latest album and debut their track, Three Winters Old.

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