The Halluci Nation

Live On KEXP
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The Halluci Nation's Tim "2oolman" Hill and Ehren "Bear Witness" Thomas make what is often labelled as “powwow-step,” blending hip hop, reggae, moombahton, and dubstep with elements of First Nations music.


 
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EPISODE WRITTEN AND PRODUCED BY Roddy Nikpour
episode description written by Jasmine Albertson

Formerly known as A Tribe Called Red, The Halluci Nation's Tim "2oolman" Hill and Ehren "Bear Witness" Thomas make what is often labelled as “powwow-step,” blending hip hop, reggae, moombahton, and dubstep with elements of First Nations music. The result is a type of dance music that’s powerful in its ability to be both fun and carry an important message. The duo chat with Gabriel Teodros about amplifying activist voices then play a whirlwind set of nine songs for this week’s Live on KEXP episode.

As a bonus, we also share a track from Alaskan Indigenous artist Ya Tseen recorded for Live on KEXP at Home in 2021.

Recorded 05/06/2022.

  1. JHD

  2. Ba Na Na

  3. The OG

  4. Crow Hop

  5. Fresh & Clean

  6. Land Back

  7. Bread & Cheese

  8. The Offering

  9. Tanokumbia

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