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Dust off those records! Find and Love Indigenous Music of the past
Blow the dust off your Nimošôm’s (Grandfather cree) record collection, and get ready to find your favourite new track. While we have many contemporary artists on Indigenous Cloud, we also host a huge collection of music from across the decades for you to cherish. ...
Add Indigenous music to your classroom!
Increasingly, lesson plans in schools are being structured to include Indigenous education, and luckily, Indigenous Cloud is an incredible resource for teachers! We have the largest library of current Indigenous music from a variety of genres, from Indigenous Music...
The Hidden History of Indigenous Country Music
On Indigenous Cloud, we have over five generations of Indigenous music for you to discover, and country music is no exception. While we often associate this genre with cowboys, trucks, and the American South, country music has a rich Indigenous history as well. From...
Indigenous Winter Songs & Winter Traditions
biboon Ojibwe kapepipon ᑲᐯᐱᐳᐣ Cree Ukiuk Inuttut Winter; all of winter While the fall has come to a close for many of us, the arrival of winter brings comfort and calm in it’s blanketing wake. In the winter, our music preferences shift. Slow down and curl up...
Our top 5 Native American Flute albums
This beautiful and intricate instrument exhibits gorgeous tones that are perfect for studying, relaxing, or as part of your morning meditation. Unwind and listen to our favourite new Native American flute albums. What makes the sound of the Native American...
The FIVE: Our Featured Artists August, 2020
This Month’s Indigenous Cloud 5 Featured Artists ᑖᓂᓯ Tanisi This month’s featured genre is Hand Drum. The Hand Drum is handcrafted from animal hide, like deer or elk, that is stretched over a hand-held flexible wooden frame usually formed from a soft...
Indigenous Cloud Presents: Rock and Roll Ryan Peekeekoot of Black Rain
In this month’s interview series, we sat down with Ryan Peekeekoot of Black Rain to talk about Indigenous culture, music, and their hopes for young artists. Black Rain is brothers Ryan and Jamie Peekeekoot and bassist Kevin Joseph, all from Ahtahkakoop Cree First...
Indigenous Cloud Presents: Wanita Bird
We were lucky enough to chat with incredibly talented Indigenous artist Wanita Bird this week. She’s a multi-talented and community-oriented Cree artist from Treaty Six in Saskatchewan. She is not only an incredibly talented singer/songwriter and playwright, but also...
covid and music — ways to support artists?
While the Covid-19 pandemic has been difficult for everyone, in many ways, the Indigenous community has been hit especially hard. We’ve been reflecting both on the loss of our Elders to this virus and also being prevented from cherished community events. We want to...
An Extensive Music Library
From Peyote to Fiddle, Indigenous Cloud has a music genre for any type of mood.
Indigenous Country Music
Indigenous country music is a thriving genre. There are so many talented Indigenous country artists, singing songs, sharing stories, and breaking hearts.
Winter Songs and Winter Traditions
Our culture is who we are. Our ceremonies, traditions, and songs define us as a people, and make us brothers, sisters, aunties, uncles, and Kukums and Mushums.
Native American Flute
The Native American flute is a special part of the canon of Indigenous music. Woven into the fabric of who we are and the stories we tell, the flute is a staple in our music.
Hard driving, chest quaking, raw and rebellious Indigenous rock, there’s really nothing better. For all your snare, kick, bass, and growling guitar needs, we have you covered.
Indigenous music and art is more than a collection of sounds and colours. Our creations are medicine, given to the people to heal.
Indigenous Gospel music is an important part of the Indigenous music industry. Connect to Creator and celebrate your love of gospel.
The drum is the oldest instrument, and it offers a direct line to the heart. The beat of our peoples moves blood through our bodies, and moves our feet.
It’s nice to listen to those sounds that remind us of where we are from. Indigenous oldies covers a wide range of wonderful artist, and we’ve still got our fingers on the pulse.
For the quiet, still nights of the soul, nothing beats the singer/songwriter style of music that we all love so much.