KEXP DJ Gabriel Teodros in collaboration with Jessica Ramirez of the Seedcast Podcast, sheds light on the orchestral Indigenous music of Jeremy Dutcher. Happy Indigenous Peoples' Day

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On the show this time, it's a special episode, guest hosted by (former) KEXP DJ Gabriel Teodros in collaboration with Jessica Ramirez of the Seedcast Podcast, shedding light on the orchestral Indigenous music of Jeremy Dutcher. Happy Indigenous Peoples' Day.

Jeremy Dutcher is a member of the Tobique First Nation in North-West New Brunswick, and a classically trained tenor. He’s a multi-instrumentalist, a Polaris Music Prize winner and a Juno Award winner, for Indigenous Music Album of the year in 2019. His latest album is called “MOTEWOLONUWOK” and it's available on Secret City Records.

Recorded 05/19/2023.

  1. Sakomawit
  2. The Land That Held Them
  3. Take My Hand
  4. Skicinuwihkuk

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