We’re creating something [young Indigenous people] could identify with. People owned it…They were able to say, ‘This is something that represents me.’ It’s stuff everyone listens to, whether it’s dubstep or moombahton, or whatever, it’s something within that culture that reflects me, and that I can identify with. It’s something that all of us didn’t have growing up. Now, to be creating this for our generation and the generation now who are going to grow up having music they can identify with, it’s something positive.A Tribe Called Red: Electronic powwow is music made for dancing | Windspeaker
You can’t be an Aboriginal artist and not be political…The fact that we’re still here, surviving and thriving now, is already political.DJ NDN of A Tribe Called Red
"the battle is getting hotter" - by Bear Witness
A Tribe Called Red’s Bear Witness is back with a hypnotic new video mashup of movie clips juxtaposing some deadly ‘savage warriorism’ with a confused looking Colin Farrell, old school native appropriation…and then the knives come out…
The battle is definitely getting hotter.
DJ Bear Witness - “Indigenous Power”
Are you ready for the latest native stereotype smashing movie mashup madness from ATCR’s DJ Bear Witness?
"Media artist and VJ Jackson 2Bears was in Banff recently with A Tribe Called Red‘s Bear Witness for the Source National Media Arts Summit. At their Electric Powwow event in the Club, they talked about where they get their material, and what all those old cowboys and indians movies mean to them.”