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OUR LAND IS HOME – THE TINY HOUSE WARRIORS BUILD A MOVEMENT

It’s friday night in Vancouver and the Rickshaw Theatre is packed with people lining up to have freshly screen-printed patches sewn on their clothing. The artwork is the new album cover for Tiny House Warriors Vol #1  by young Native American artist Jackie Fawn who has made iconic images in support of Indigenous Sovereignty, most […]

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Luke Wallace – I Am Not Lost

We recorded I Am Not Lost in Dodge Cove on Digby Island, a small island community of 40 people located across the harbour from Prince Rupert in Tsimshian territory. 4 years ago, A Chinese National Corporation, CNOOC, proposed a giant fracked gas export terminal on Digby Island, which the Canadian federal government approved. The project […]

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Luke Wallace “Us” Album Out Now.

Us by Luke WallaceUs is a collection of live songs recorded over a period of 6 months in communities all over the West Coast ofNorth America. In this record are the voices of hundreds of people fighting to protect the planet earth and the systems that sustain them. From rushing rivers to giant cedars, precious […]

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Luke Wallace Feat Raging Grannies – Petro Blues

The Raging Grannies are a radical choir of progressive grandmothers based on Salt Spring Island, BC, in Saanich and Cowichan Territory. They are a part of an international coalition of Raging Grannies who use catchy, politically themed songs to fight for peace and environmental justice. There are choirs of Raging Grannies all over the world, […]

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Turning the Tide – Luke Wallace

Recording Turning the Tide on Salt Spring island was a truly memorable night. The turnout was amazing and the energy in our wide circle reflected the shared love that we all have for the Salish Sea. This recording was in celebration of an initiative, also called Turning the Tide, where folks use human powered vessels […]

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