Join Gabrielle Fayant, Julian Taylor & Scott Helman at Climate Live Canada

This Saturday, April 24th, support the global climate movement through music and education at Climate Live. You’ll be tuning in with some of the best in Indigenous and Canadian environmental educators and musical talents. Join locally-based Gabrielle Fayant of Assembly of Seven Generations, rock band, The Johnnys, indie and pop artists, Scott Helman and Milky Chance and ELMNT FM‘s […]

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Jayli Wolf faces intergenerational trauma in the path to healing with new single, Child of the Government

ELMNT FM caught up with Jayli Wolf, on her new solo project and the first single, “Child of the Government” which dives deep into the Sixties Scoop and how it affected her family. The Sixties Scoop saw over 20,000 First Nations, Inuit and Métis children taken from their homes by the Canadian Government and the […]

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Elisapie and Anachnid to play at the free and virtual Shigawake Music Festival

The 12th annual Shigawake Music Festival is going virtual for the very first time in 2021. The lineup includes The Barr Brothers, Elisapie and Anachnid.  As well, check out MLou, Friends in Song, Nash and the Narrows, Martin Henry, Quimorucru, DjelyTapa, Socalled, Les Deuxluxes, uRockaoke, The Narrows, The Sunday Morning Gospel Band, Melissa Girvan, Nathan Hayes, Nadine Landry & Sammy Lind, Wood’N’Steel, Matt Hollubowski and Marie-Pierre Arthur.  The show is free to attend […]

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Julian Taylor, Crystal Shawanda & Leela Gilday are 2021 Juno Award Nominees

The Junos have announced this year’s nominees! Here’s some of the highlights:  This year’s category for Indigenous Artist or Group of the Year, as presented by APTN, is stacked! Burnstick, Crystal Shawanda, Leela Gilday, Terry Uyarak and ELMNT FM’s own, Julian Taylor have been nominated for their musical contributions. Julian Taylor (The Ridge) and Leela Gilday (Church […]

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iskwē to perform new album, The Stars at a free virtual event

iskwē has a new album release in the works, called The Stars, which comes out Friday, March 5th. It’s a reimagining of her award-winning album, acākosīk. On Thursday, March 4th at 8:00PM, she goes live to perform it from Revolution Recording in Toronto. Her friend, akaMatisse from Keys N Krates, will join her for a Q&A session, as well. Following the two-hour event, you are […]

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