Aboriginal Australian music
Black Australian music is by no means restricted to playing the didgeridoo, but is just as diverse as white Australian music. Would you have thought that some Indigenous artists play Reggae, Hip Hop or Country?
B.L.A.C.K. — Born Long Ago, Creation's Keeper—Wire MC, Indigenous rapper
Indigenous music is on the verge of something very special.—Phil Bartlett, Indigenous Officer, WA Music Industry 
- Percentage of Indigenous music on Australian commercial radio in 2008 .
- Percentage of Indigenous music on community radio in 2008 .
- Percentage of Indigenous music on the ABC in 2008 .
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Black Arm Band
Black Image Band
Briscoe Sisters (Deline Briscoe)
On The Road To Kakadu
Owen & Daniel Karpany
Sharon “Shaz” Lane
Soft Sand Band
Soundtracks of Aboriginal movies
Sweet Cheeks (formerly Tiddas)
Tha Deadly Boyz
The Last Kinection
The Pigram Brothers
Tjimba and the Yung Warriors
Tom E Lewis
Tribe of Jubal
Troy N Trevelyn & The Tribe
A kind of secret but important social history of Australia is captured in the many songs of Indigenous artists.—Steven Richardson, Artistic Director, Arts House
Masthead image ©ourtesy Jacopo Lorenzetti, www.sxc.hu.  'Our top acts on centre stage', Koori Mail 440 p.34  'Television ad inspired welder from the bush to a lifelong love of dance', SMH 28/5/2010