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  • Available on ITunes and Google Play Alice's single 'You Are the Mountains' was originally released on the CAAMA Music Alukura compilation album. Get the album ‘Friends With Feelings’ here
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  • ORDER CD HERE! "The music on record matches the intensity of Apakatjah’s live performance; the vocal richness stems from the duo’s extensive history performing as an acoustic act, where this element of their artistry remained a prominent feature, but now with this fully fleshed out instrumentation driving it, both Dion and Jonathan’s presence has been expanded further."- Au Review on album In Between Apakatjah's debut album, released 31 March 2017, was recorded at the CAAMA Music studios in Alice Springs and produced by Dave Crowe. Apakatjah (pronounced uppa–cut-ja) is a duo consisting of Dion Forrester and Jonathan Lindsay-Tjapaltjarri Hermawan who through their performances weave together a reflection of their blended cultures and wide musical influences such as Aboriginal desert reggae like Tjupi Band, old school metal like Iron Maiden and guitar master, Tommy Emmanuel.
  • Catherine Satour EP

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    ORDER CD HERE!  For Catherine Satour, music is in her blood, having played her first gig at 9 years old with her father Bunna Lawrie and his legendary band Coloured Stone. An Arrernte and Mirning woman living in Alice Springs, through her music Catherine shares experiences of life, love and place through songs that fuse rock and soul.
  • Running Water hails from a remote community that doesn’t see too much running water – Kintore, 530kms west of Alice Springs. Running Water has a growing reputation and their performances rally crowds to dance and sing along to their Luritja lyrics. This is their debut album, and it was recorded in the historic CAAMA Music studios in Alice Springs.  
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    Singing in the Aboriginal language of Luritja, Tjintu Desert Band (pronounced Jin-Too) combine funk, rock, reggae and dub grooves to create a distinct desert sound that simultaneously captures its wide-open spaces, its brutal beauty and its formidable darkness. Large and powerful tribal choruses combine with roots and rock influences - featuring Spanish inspired acoustic guitar, rock reggae electric riffs and all supported by a consistent moving dub bass. Since the release of their debut album, ‘Tjamuku Ngurra’, in March 2014 they have performed all around the country - Barunga Festival, the NIMA Awards,  Alice Desert Festival, Around the Campfire,  Australasian World Music Expo (AWME) in Melbourne, Woodford Folk Festival over New Year's Eve, Nannup Music Festival 27 Feb - 2 March and WOMADelaide in March 2015.