#2RMX returning to Lytton July 6-7 2019!
NEW! Amazing Special Guests Announced…
‘Diversity Makes Beautiful Music:’ Rainbow Crosswalk Welcomes Quantum Tangle, DJ O Show and Nimkish to ’Q’emcin 2 Rivers Remix 2019 – FREE 2-day Indigenous Music Feast in… Read more “2 Rivers Remix and Kumsheen High School Sponsor Rainbow Crosswalk Welcoming Two-Spirit Artists to FREE Indigenous Music Feast”
Savage Society, Mana Taketake, Wild Salmon Caravan join 24 Indigenous musical artists at FREE Feast of Contemporary Indigenous Music and Culture in Lytton June 11, ’Q’emcín (aka… Read more “3 Special Cultural Guests welcomed to ’Q’emcin 2 Rivers Remix in 2019”
If you have not checked it out yet… listen to (and watch) some of the incredible artists coming to ‘Q’emcin 2 Rivers Remix on July 6-7, 2019.… Read more “2 Rivers Remix 2019 Artists Youtube Playlist”
The 2019 2RMX journey begins with the JUNO winners…
Considered to be the Godfather of PowWowStep, DJ-producer Shub continues to pioneer a growing genre of electronic music. Born Dan General, Shub began his career with nationally-acclaimed electronic music trio A Tribe Called Red (more…)
Quantum Tangle combines the wide-ranging artistic visions of Greyson Gritt, Tiffany Ayalik and Inuksuk Mackay who draw from their respective Anishinaabe-Métis and Inuit backgrounds to create a fusion of old-world sounds and new-world flair. (more…)
George Leach is an artist in relentless pursuit of truth. His dedication to songcraft is evident throughout his career which covers a vast terrain – blues, classic rock, balladry, and R&B, all in the service of a restless musical explorer. (more…)
Old Soul Rebel is the musical musings of Chelsea D.E. Johnson and Lola Whyte. They offer a raw blend of original soul music and bad ass rock ‘n roll and were featured on the second season of CTV’s “The Launch.” (more…)
Emcee Ron Dean Harris aka Ostwelve, is a Stō:lo/St’át’imc/Nlaka’pamux multimedia artist based in Vancouver, BC. As hip-hop artist Ostwelve, he has performed in numerous festivals and has opened for acts such as Guru, K’naan, and Snoop Dogg (more…)
The Melawmen Collective collaborate on a fusion of hip-hop with musical manifestations and visions through performances and workshops. Melawmen in Secwepemcstin (Secwepemc language) means ‘medicine’ – the collective is ‘gathering’ medicine ~ to heal, share and expand. (more…)
Curtis Clear Sky and Constellationz are Vancouver based with global backgrounds who create Indigifunk music and culture and it consists of Hip-hop, Funk, Latin-Funk, Soul, Ska, Reggae and Blues. (more…)
Ta’kaiya is an 18 year-old Tla’Amin Singer/Songwriter/Activist who grew up along the shores of the Salish Sea. Ta’kaiya has performed and spoken at UN conferences, festivals and environmental events around the world. Her video, Earth Revolution, was named Best Music Video at the 2017 American Indian Film Festival. (more…)
Tribal X is a Native hard rock band bringing the fire!! From the 4 directions, representing 4 different First Nations, a huge range of musical influences, Tribal X. (more…)
Murray Porter is Mohawk from Six Nations of the Grand River Territory. He tells the Aboriginal side of history with a mixture of country, blues and humour. He’s a “red man, singing the black mans’ blues, living in a white man’s world!” (from his song “Colours”). (more…)
Helene is a legendary bass player, who use to play with ‘The Beatlettes’, an all female pop band in the 1960’s in Montreal. She brings many years experience tearing it up on stages throughout North America and Asia. (more…)
Willie Thrasher is a gifted Inuk singer and songwriter living in Nanaimo, BC with his partner Linda Saddleback. Three of Thrasher’s songs appeared on the 2014 Grammy-nominated compilation, Native North America (Vol. 1), (more…)
Born in Mount Currie, BC, Gordon Dick was surrounded by a family that loved music. With that influence of his early years, he started a rock band called “Siwash Rock”. His song appeared on the Grammy-nominated compilation Native North America (Vol. 1). (more…)
Ritchie Adams is a Lytton legend and guitar wizard who has been fronting rock bands (including with several of his brothers) since the ’60s. Ritchie and the Fendermen’s version of Keith Secola’s NDN Car is the unofficial Lytton anthem. (more…)
The Spiritual Warriors, formerly known as Kalan Wi, are a Father and Daughter team of Leroy and Daisy Joe from the Lil’wat Nation, they fuse the songs, chants and language of the Lil’wat/St’at’imc peoples with contemporary roots, reggae cultural music. (more…)
Jerilynn Webster, aka JB the First Lady, is a member of the Nuxalk & Onondaga Nations. She is a Vancouver-based hip hop and spoken word artist, beat-boxer, cultural dancer and youth educator. (more…)
Laura is of St’át’imc descent – born and raised in Lillooet, BC. Her St’át’imc name is “Stálhalamcen – Grizzly Paws,” she performs the Grizzly Bear dance and sings as an expression of St’at’imc culture that is unique and authentic. (more…)
Indigenous Grassroots Woman Punk Collaboration between Secwepemc / Nuu-Chah-Nulth / Dakelh Warrior Sisters. (more…)
Brandon Peters is a Canadian native entertainer. He grew up on small reserves around the small town of Lillooet just off highway 99 in British Columbia. (more…)
DJ O SHOW, Orene Askew, is a member of the Squamish Nation and a DJ/performer who uses her music to empower youth, encouraging them to stay focused and follow their dreams. Her motto is ‘Diversity makes beautiful music’ (more…)
Ecko Aleck is from the Nlakapa’mux Nation and raised with the Shishalh Nation. She has a lifetime background of culture, ceremonies, singing and dancing from Interior Salish and Coast Salish territories. (more…)
NIMKISH is a Kwakwaka’wakw/Cree singer/songwriter based in Vancouver. She writes from a personal place of the trials of love and heartbreak. Her sound is a smooth blend of Pop and Future Bass with hints of layered R&B production. (more…)
The story begins anew… Kwukwstemx! (Thanks!) – to everyone who came to the launch of BC’s Only Contemporary Indigenous Music Feast (May 18-19, 2018), hosted by the Nlaka’pamux Nation.
2 Rivers Remix is inspired by the Lytton Block Party (founded by JR Adams) which showcased exclusively Indigenous musical artists in Lytton for 5 years.
Thanks JR for your vision!
2 Rivers Remix gratefully acknowledges the financial support of Creative BC and the Province of British Columbia, the First Peoples Cultural Council, The Government of Canada, Northern Development Initiative Trust, BC Arts Council, New Pathways to Gold Society, First Nations Health Authority, Georgia Straight, Lytton First Nation, Village of Lytton, Kumsheen Rafting Resort, Two Rivers Farmers Market.
Kwukwstemx! (Thanks!) – to everyone who came to the launch of BC’s Only Contemporary Indigenous Music Feast (May 18-19, 2018), hosted by the Nlaka’pamux Nation at ‘Q’emcin (aka Lytton, BC).
‘Q’əmcín 2 Rivers Remix is a free outdoor feast of contemporary Indigenous music and culture at ‘Q’əmcín (aka Lytton) on Nlaka’pamux territory.
Featuring BC Indigenous musicians creating an exciting new grassroots sound that empowers Indigenous people.
Organised by 2 Rivers Remix Society, a new BC Non-Profit Society with a majority of First Nations directors and the following mandate:
Receive a 20% discount from our Accommodation Sponsor – Kumsheen – on cabins or campsites by using online promo code 2RMX2018 or by mentioning 2 Rivers Remix on the phone!
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