Indigenous Music and Representation on the Screen

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In honor of Indigenous Peoples’ Day, the FX show Reservation Dogs is profiled through interviews with Native artists featured on the soundtrack and an exclusive interview with music supervisor Tiffany Anders.

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In honor of Indigenous Peoples’ Day, Sound & Vision Assistant Producer Grace Madigan profiles Native musicians Lil Mike & Funnybone, Samantha Crain, and Halluci Nation about their involvement in the recent TV shows Reservation Dogs as well as in Halluci Nation’s case, Rutherford Falls, and how important and meaningful Native representation is in mainstream entertainment. KEXP’s Martin Douglas also chats with the music supervisor for Reservation Dogs, Tiffany Anders.

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