Fourteen musical acts will participate in an international Indigenous music festival this weekend.
The result is Miu: a record imbued with the polish of decades in the music industry, the rich texture of soul, funk, rock and hip hop, and the wisdom shared across generations of Native pop artists.
Juneau hip hop duo Radiophonic Jazz performs their new single “Aquamarine” during the 2019 Alaska Folk Festival at KTOO Public Media.
Gov. Michael Dunleavy’s impending budget cut proposals loomed large at the Governor’s Arts and Humanities Awards last week in Juneau.
The 11-person ensemble shared original and traditional music inspired by band founder and Tlingit glass artist Preston Singletary’s Southeast Alaska roots.
The Juneau School Board voted unanimously to accept the gift of a Tlingit name for Juneau-Douglas High School. Yadaa.at Kalé is a name given to Mt. Juneau, meaning “beautifully adorned face.”
A group of Alaska Native teenagers premiered a bilingual hip-hop video on Monday showcasing their pride in their Tlingit culture and Southeast Alaska.