Polyphonic Ground Presents RPM x Uma Nota Culture x Manifesto – RPM Records 2 Year Anniversary
The Toronto-based, global Indigenous music platform, label, and agency, Revolutions Per Minute, is coming up on the 2-year anniversary of RPM Records—the world's first contemporary Indigenous music label—and they're throwing a huge party to celebrate the next phase of the next wave. Featuring music from extended friends and fam including: DJ NDN, Drezus, a l l i e, DATU, Obuxum, Wolf Saga (DJ set), and some very special surprise guests (to be announced soon). Come through for DJs, live performances, drinks, dancing, and to celebrate their latest revolution.
a l l i e (DJ set)
WOLF SAGA (DJ set)
+ VERY SPECIAL GUESTS
Part of Manifesto Discovery Series.
REVOLUTIONS PER MINUTE
Revolutions Per Minute is a global new music platform, record label, artist collective, live music presenter, and boutique agency for Indigenous music culture. RPM’s mission is to build a visionary community of Indigenous artists and to introduce Indigenous music to new audiences across Turtle Island and around the world. Our main site, RPM.fm, has featured the work of more than 600 Indigenous artists and shared their music across our social networks of more than 275,000 followers. RPM Records is the first of its kind: a label for contemporary, cross-genre Indigenous music, run by Indigenous people. Selected by The FADER as one of “5 New Canadian Record Labels The Entire World Should Know”, RPM Records artists include Snotty Nose Rez Kids, Jeremy Dutcher, Ziibiwan, Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, Mob Bounce, and Exquisite Ghost.
UMA NOTA CULTURE
A cultural production house focusing on Brazilian, Latin, Caribbean, Funk and Soul music provided by both live acts and DJs. Unpretentious, open-minded, lively and fun, Uma Nota presents an experience through where artists and public come together and move to the tropical vibe.
Polyphonic Ground is a collaborative working model that unites 11 small and medium-sized live music presenters committed to building and sustaining Toronto as a global music city. The organizations include Ashkenaz Foundation, Batuki Music Society, Good Kind Productions, Link Music Lab, Lula Music & Arts Centre, MonstrARTity Creative Community, Music Africa, Revolutions Per Minute, Small World Music Society, Uma Nota Culture and World Fiddle Day Toronto.