The album features the ‘deadly’ beats and lyrics of 260 young artists from Logan, Hope Vale, Cherbourg and Woorabinda. It has been inspired by stories from elders, and involves the creative input of more than 20 artsworkers and many workshops, dances, disco’s and time with young people.
In celebration of the release of this long awaited compilation CD, the young people of Cherbourg, Hope Vale and Woorabinda have loaded tracks and pix onto myspace and triple j unearthed.
Please show your support by clicking on the links below and voting for them to become triple j’s next deadly unearthed artist.
Cherbourg Crew: www.triplejunearthed.com/CBGStylinUpCrew
Hope Vale Crew: www.triplejunearthed.com/stylinuphopevalecrew
Woorabinda Crew: www.triplejunearthed.com/StylinUPWoorabinda
To lear more about the Stylin UP Regional program, click here.
Linked into the Stylin’ UP Festival, an annual event coordinated by the Inala Elders and Brisbane City Council, the program is guided by the message of “pride in self, pride in community, pride in culture”. Stylin’ UP Regional provides a forum for young people to tell stories, share yarns with elders, celebrate indigenous identity and plays a role in building strong communities.