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East Journey

East Journey

East Journey


East Journey members, like Yothu Yindi before them, have deep spiritual relationships with their land and sea country. These relationships, in part, are maintained through song, dance and ceremony, and public aspects of this relationship are found in the band’s recordings and live performances. ‘Our inspiration and material is drawn from manikay (ceremonial song poetry), traditional melodies and instruments that, through guidance and encouragement from our old people, is fused together with western and contemporary musical traditions. Read more on Last.fm
East Journey members, like Yothu Yindi before them, have deep spiritual relationships with their land and sea country. These relationships, in part, are maintained through song, dance and ceremony, and public aspects of this relationship are found in the band’s recordings and live performances. ‘Our inspiration and material is drawn from manikay (ceremonial song poetry), traditional melodies and instruments that, through guidance and encouragement from our old people, is fused together with western and contemporary musical traditions. Our music is a blend of contemporary rock and acoustic, highlighted with traditional bilma (clapsticks) and yidaki (didgeridoo), that tells our ancestral stories in a uniquely different modern style that has the ability to engage our audience, no matter whether the broader general Australian public are from the city, bush or sea areas. We are seeking to strengthen our recognition within Australia in the areas of music, dance and culture that are of mutual benefit to all, and plan to build on traditional knowledge, and on the past success of Yolngu musicians, notably close family members from Yothu Yindi and also Gurrumul, and share our experiences and skill sets to build strong communities and develop role models for the future’. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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