This Saturday night come celebrate the launch of the 2018 Young Black and Deadly album - Don’t Kill the Vibe - at Carriageworks. . The evening will feature ground breaking performances by young, talented, Indigenous musicians who recently completed a series of intensive music development, performance and recording workshops, as part of Gadigal Information Service and Koori Radio’s Indigenous youth music mentorship program. . This is an all ages, FREE event that kicks off at 7.00PM and goes until 10.00PM at The Tracks venue in @carriageworks Come show your support for our Young, Black and Deadly performers! Spots are limited so click the link in our bio to RSVP for your free tickets. Proudly sponsored by @creatensw and @tatu_ncie (Talking About Tobacco Use)
Today on Blackchat we had a visit from Professor Dalee Sambo Dorough. A former Fulbright Scholar she has focused her research on Public International Law, with a particular emphasis on the human rights of Indigenous Peoples. She is currently in Sydney on a lecture tour. You can watch a video recording of the interview on our Facebook page...
Some deadly snaps from the Klub Koori/Carriageworks NAIDOC celebration from last month. How good was it?! 🖤⚡️❤️ Photo credit: Yaya Stempler . @carriageworks @kaiit_kaiit_isshe @electricfields_music . #klubkoori #becauseofherwecan #NAIDOC2018
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Who watched Q&A last night??? TB to the last time @brothercornelwest was in Sydney and he popped by the station for a yarn with Lola on #Blackchat #liveanddeadly
A little snap from our broadcasters meeting last night. As you can see, a very high concentration of dead set legends packing the room. The most dedicated volunteers a community radio station could ever dream of, all with unique stories and perspectives that weave together to make for great radio. So much gratitude for everyone in this room 🙏🏿🖤⚡️❤️ keep on doing what you do... it’s APPRECIATED #liveanddeadlyanddedicated
Want to work at the DEADLIEST RADIO station in the nation? . We have a rare opening for a paid presenter position for our weekday afternoon show - Making Tracks. . If you are of Aboriginal descent, in the Sydney area, have experience in radio and think you've got what it takes, get in touch! . To receive an application info pack please email firstname.lastname@example.org. . Deadline for submissions is 5PM July 7 🖤⚡️❤️ #liveanddeadly
Hands up if u feeling this? 🖤⚡️❤️✊🏿💪🏿👊🏿
It's that time of year again! We need your HELP to complete our listener engagement survey. Our aim is to get at least 200 surveys completed. . The information REALLY helps us improve our services, programming and in acquiring sponsorship. . Link in bio... . Many, many THANK YOUS in advance! 🙏🏿🖤⚡️❤️🙏🏿
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Get in QUICK or get DISAPPOINTED!!!! Saturday 14 July at @carriageworks Line up includes Electric Fields, Papua born Melbourne based hip hop/neo-soul singing sensation KAIIT, Young Black and Deadly artists Kakira Brennan and Chloe Grant-King plus up and coming regional rapper Dwayne Broome with Honey Piri and Lynda June Coe as MCs. . . . Tickets are only $15 plus booking fee available from ticketmaster. . . #NAIDOCweek #carriageworks #klubkoori
Bit of a sad day for us here at Koori Radio, as the always outstanding presenter extraordinaire for our program Making Tracks is leaving us for a one year, adventure. It’s not farewell, but bon voyage and see ya later. From everyone at Koori Radio we wish Emily @emb000 all the BIGGEST and BEST while she’s off doing her thing xx BIG shoes to fill!