A look back at the Northern Lights Festival Boréal 2017 in Sudbury.

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This year's Northern Lights Festival Boreal will shift its attention to Canada's thriving Indigenous music scene. In addition to headliners like Buffy Sainte-Marie and A Tribe Called Red , the festival has dedicated significant stage time to up-and-coming artists like Nick Sherman, Leonard Sumner, Quantum Tangle, Bryden Gwiss Kiwenzie, The Jerry Cans, Mob Bounce, Ansley Simpson and more.

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In addition to mainstream headliners like Nelly Furtado, Daniel Lanois, Digging Roots, Classified, Taboo and Lightning Cloud, the celebration will feature sunrise ceremonies, round dances, multi-language entertainment and the first ever Inuit throat-singing choir.

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We catch up with Joey Stylez, Carsen Gray, Mob Bounce, Logan Staats and more at the 2017 Indigenous Music Awards in Winnipeg.

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Mob Bounce visited Vancouver's Warehouse Studio for their first professional recording session. The results were epic.

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What exactly goes on behind closed doors in a professional recording studio? From the secrets of songwriting and the technical considerations to the collaboration between artists and producers, DD Studio Sessions set out to capture the making of a track from conception to completion.

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From their childhood friendship to the formation of electronic hip-hop duo Mob Bounce, Travis Hebert and Craig Frank Edes have always bonded over music. In this exclusive feature, they talk about the evolution of their sound, the healing power of music and more.

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Since its inception in 2006, the Aboriginal Music Performers Camp has helped fill a long-existing gap in the national music scene by providing indigenous artists an opportunity to develop their business skills and hone their artistic abilities. In this exclusive feature, we go behind the scenes with this year’s participants at Falcon Trails Resort in Manitoba.

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Since its inception in 2006, AMP Camp has helped fill a long-existing gap in the national music scene by providing Indigenous artists an opportunity to develop their business skills and hone their artistic abilities. Meet the 19 artists participating in this year's edition.

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Since its inception in 2006, the Aboriginal Music Performers Camp has helped fill a long-existing gap in the national music scene by providing Indigenous artists an opportunity to develop their business skills and hone their artistic abilities. Here's what Gerri Trimble, program officer with Canada Council for the Arts, had to say about AMP Camp's history, purpose and more.

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