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 »
This new compilation from PAW Media (formerly Warlpiri Media) features some of the most popular central desert...... DETAILS »
Applications are now open for participation in the 2014 PAW Music Recording Program. PAW Media is excited to offer our...... DETAILS »
It’s been a big week for PAW with two great concerts! ICTV launched its new digital station on the PAW stage last...... DETAILS »
The CD of the successful 2011 Road Safety Song Contest is now available at our online shop. Featuring local bands as well as...... DETAILS »
The Road Safety Song Contest at Yuendumu had everyone smiling and dancing as local and visiting bands played their best to...... DETAILS »
Sista Sounds have been inspiring budding young Divas with songwriting workshops in Yuendumu this week. Sista Sounds is...... DETAILS »
PAW's Road Safety Song Contest songwriting workshops will be held in communities across the Central Desert over the next few...... DETAILS »