PAW-Media-rlu kardu mani-ka Wapirra-kurlangu manu reggae mujiki yapa-kurlangu karlu recordi-mani manu nyiyakanti-kanti muji-ki nyampurlaju.
Music is a vital and exciting part of desert life. Ranging from desert rock with its driving beats, to reggae and gospel the bands of the Tanami never fail to get audiences dancing and singing along. The PAW Media Music Studio has a constant flow of musicians coming and going to record a track for one of our compilation CDs or simply as a track for playing out on the PAW Radio Network.
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Hip hop track by Esau Japanangka Marshall These lyrics talk about the feeling of being judged by non-Aboriginal society and Yapa society, for different reasons.... ■■■ CONTINUED »
PAW Media are coming to Lajamanu for Milpirri, 3rd November, 2018. Watch Winds of Change to learn more about this fantastic...... DETAILS »
Available on iTunes Yapa Beats 2 is now available on iTunes..add it to your collection... DETAILS »
We love putting on community concerts at PAW Media. To learn how to make our concerts sound great, we invited ArtBack...... DETAILS »
PAW Media staff recently participated in audio production training with Simon Hardiman, from National Tech Training. The...... DETAILS »
Saturday 30th July saw bands from far, wide and close to home get up on PAW Media's music stage to compete for big prizes,...... DETAILS »
Preparations for the Road Safety Song Contest at Yuendumu this Sunday (May 8) are well underway. The Yuendumu School is...... DETAILS »
April and May 2011 are full of music activities for PAW Media. We've got a lot going on leading up to the Road Safety Song...... DETAILS »
The PAW Music Studio has been rocking to the sound of Curtis Fry. Curtis, one of PAW Media's most popular radio broadcasters...... DETAILS »