Music & Idle No More: RPM on CBC's The Current


On today's edition of The Current, three members of the RPM crew spoke with guest host Duncan McCue about music and the Idle No More revolution.

"Does every revolution have a soundtrack?". We know it does—and it was an honour to discuss RPM, revolution, music along with the recent release of our Songs for Life compilations: Volume 1 and Volume 2.

LISTEN: Stream the panel discussion on CBC here.

Idle No More: Does Every Revolution have a Soundtrack? - January 25, 2013

The ideas of the Idle No More protests may nor may not catch on, but some of the music it's inspired is already part of a new aboriginal songbook. With Idle No More protesters calling for a Global Day of Action on Monday to mark the return of the House of Commons, we chat with three Indigenous artists behind the Idle No More soundtrack.


RPM: The Official Launch Party


After three months of beta phase, Revolutions Per Minute will officially launch on October 25, 2011. You'll see new features here, and if you're in Vancouver, BC, you'll see us partying at The Media Club.

Come and celebrate RPM and Indigenous music culture with a FREE concert!

Hosted by our very own Ostwelve, the night will feature performances by Haida duo Sister Says, Squamish Nation hip-hop artist Discreet Da Chosen 1 and all-female rockers Vancougar.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011 The Media Club 395 Cambie Street, Vancouver BC Coast Salish Territories Doors at 7pm. Show at 8pm. NO COVER.

RPM merch giveaways all night long!

RSVP and invite your friends on Facebook: - The Official Launch Party. We hope to see you there!