Wolf Saga's "Always with Me" tells the story of a fleeting past in memories of a lost love. The song carries the romantic sentimental moments one has for a past lover. While recollecting the past and yearning for old love. The song opens up with a dream pop feel that turns into upbeat electronic sound. The rhythm style of this song has sounds parallel MGMT and Million Young.
“Comanche” starts off with a traditional buckskin drum then transforms into an upbeat song that keeps the energy of movement flowing strong. The video is a collection of clips from news protests and footage of past dance gatherings and shows. “Comanche” infuses native language as well as a message of staying true to yourself and culture, while uniting all the people of planet earth together to dance and be happy.
“Taking AIM” takes place in the Bay Area and describes remembering the past and taking hold of culture and values to create a better future. The song focuses of taking action for oneself and understanding that Native ways cannot be erased. It’s a collective clash of poets taking aim to decolonize.
#BigDreams is a inspirational piece that was grown organically in the studio with one of the young #TMG artist Geenoe. It's a reflection of both our past struggles and hard work it takes to reach your Goals and to never give up. The production is by Richie Beatz and the video is Directed by Beezy Tha Real. "A Man's reach should surpass his grasp..."
3-9-6-0 by Small Time Giants visually and lyrically tells the profound story of the painstaking sense of colonization that affects indigenous peoples from around the world while also displaying the hope of regaining their indigenous roots from the grasp of those that have been seemingly controlling their fate.
Bay Area five-piece musical ensemble Audiopharmacy returns to the AUX with their strongly rooted Worldbeat, Hip/Hop and Dub sound. “Be There”, their newest video release from the album “State of the Heart”, is directed by KYJ Productions and features the deep vocal tones of Native Californian Ras K’dee (Kashaya Pomo/African American) and graceful melodies of singer, songwriter and cultural advocate Desirae Harp (Wappo/Diné).
“Fly Like An Eagle” (Steve Miller Band cover) is Trini Lopez's very first official music video. In the fifty years as an international superstar and musical icon, with over a dozen hit records, he has never had the opportunity to express his music through the medium of film. This is not just the launch of his first video, but a stellar comeback performance! Directed by Chip Miller.