Modern Day Indian Territory LLC is about to be two years old. We had to obtain our yearly certificate from the Secretary of State today.
Thank you to everyone that has supported us in anyway. A simple like, shared post, and re-tweet goes a long way. Also a special thank you to our Artists, Clients & financial supports.
Modern Day Indian Territory LLC is a multi-media company, record label, music publisher (ASCAP) and film company. It’s also the umbrella for Native Music Online, a media outlet for Native American, First Nation & Indigenous Artists/Bands
Mvto & here’s to our terrible twos! Maybe next year we’ll have a bday party.
ROCK iS RED iS SEEKiNG AMERiCAN iNDiAN AND FIRST NATiONS RECORDiNG ARTiSTS TO FEATURE iN iT’S UPCOMING FALL ISSUE AND PODCAST SERiES(September 14, 2015 – Albuquerque, NM) ROCKWIRED MAGAZINE is gearing up for the the publication of it’s third edition of ROCK IS RED MAGAZINE. The American Indian-owned publication is calling out to Indian Country and beyond for talent to have showcased on its pages as well as it’s podcast series. The quarterly magazine thus far has featured profiles of such American Indian and First Nations recording artists as GHOST TOWN ORCHESTRA, INNASTATE, CODY BLACKBIRD, KICKIN KROTCH, BLACKSTONE, LOGAN STAATS, ANIMAL TEEF, DAWN KARIMA, CASPER, SCATTER THEIR OWN, JULIA KEEFE, WILL BELCOURT and others. The Fall edition of ROCK IS RED MAGAZINE will be due out OCTOBER 21, 2015
ROCK IS RED has it’s roots in the podcast series ABORIGINAL SOUNDS – A CELEBRATION OF CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN INDIAN AND FIRST NATIONS MUSIC. The show was rebranded ROCK IS RED by the show’s production company ROCKWIRED MEDIA LLC and it’s founder BRIAN LUSH ( an enrolled member of the Yankton Sioux Tribe). “I really feel that the new name for the show is going to catch on. It rolls off the tongue better as rock n roll should.” says LUSH “ABORIGINAL SOUNDS sounded a little too much like an NPR show and that was never our intention. ROCK IS RED sounds like it’s about to pop. I think this is a step in the right direction.
The newly rechristened podcast was relaunched on ROCKWIRED.COM in April 2015. Since the shows Launch in May of 2011 some of the artists that have been featured have included JANA MASHONEE, WHEN DARKNESS FALLS, INDIGENOUS, AUDIOPHARMACY, MICHAEL BUCHER, NAKE NULA WAUN, NATIVE ROOTS, CODY BLACK BIRD, SHELLEY MORNINGSONG, MELANIE STORMM, MICHAEL BUCHER, DEY & NITE, OSTWELVE, JIR PROJECT BAND, DEREK MILLER, THE PLATEROS, ANIMAL TEEF, B OF DAKOTA SOUTH RECORDS, TERRENCE.JAYE, DIGGING ROOTS, BLACK OWL SOCIETY, TONE DEF SIRENS EDEN FINE DAY, SIHASIN, KICKIN KROTCH, GHOST TOWN ORCHESTRA, BLACK STONE and more. The irony of this announcement for ROCK IS RED being issued on Columbus Day is certainly not lost on LUSH. ” Yeah, I wish I could say it was just one of those coincidences in life but it’s not.” says LUSH. “It’s intended as a dig. I couldn’t think of a better time to make an announcement then on this day.”
In addition to the podcast, ROCKWIRED will be kicking off the ROCK IS RED viral campaign which will put Native recording artists front and center through social media. In recent years social media has proven to be a valuable tool in speaking out against the Keystone XL Pipeline and spreading solidarity with CHIEF THERESA SPENCE with the Idle No More Movement. LUSH believes that ROCK IS RED is something worth starting a movement over. “Why the hell not?” says LUSH “In a time when there is so much news about misappropriation and the whole debacle over the REDSKINS name why not take a stand and say this is who we are and this is the music we make? What I’ve found frustrating about people like GWEN STEFANI and WAYNE COYNE and PHARRELL donning a stupid hipster warbonnet is that the media had things to say about it and people on comments sections on this blog or that blog had something to say about it but no one ever thought to ask a contemporary Native recording artist. Why was the Native music artist left out of the discussion? This whole misappropriation nonsense – there is something really douche-y and disgusting and just plain racist about it. I love music and I love being Indian and I want to see the day when there truly is a united native music front. Perhaps this ROCK IS RED idea can be the first step toward that.”
ROCKWIRED MEDIA is also the publisher of the monthly digital magazine ROCKWIRED MAGAZINE – the first American Indian-owned rock magazine . ROCKWIRED MEDIA is continually seeking artists to be featured on ROCK IS RED. While the word ROCK is in the title and BRIAN LUSH’S ROCKWIRED is primarily an active rock publication ROCK IS RED is open to a wide range of music.
All submissions are to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and have “Rock is Red” referenced in the subject line. All submission are to contain the following:
Three (3) mp3 or WAV files of completed songs
A brief biography of the artist/band
Links to any relevant websites or press
MP3 or WAV files are the only files we accept. Please do not send WMA or M4A or FLAC files!
Because this program is designed to promote American Indian and First Nations artists, we ask that all submissions came form bands that are Native fronted or solo artists who are either American Indian or First Nations.
It is our preference to showcase artists with completed works that are available through such sites as CD BABY or AMAZON or ITUNES. If this is not the case for you , please give us an idea of when you intend to drop your release.
While we are pretty open minded to the kinds of musical submissions, ABORIGINAL SOUNDS wishes to only feature modern, contemporary music such as rock, metal, punk, hip-hop, rap, blues, jazz or country/americana (more americana). Spoken word poetry, traditional or pow wow music will not be accepted!
If you have any additonal questions regarding submitting materials to this program please contact the program producer BRIAN LUSH at 505.414.4888 or email him at email@example.com.
**shared directly from RockWired.com
Creek/Seminoles in the greater OKC community, plan now to attend the OKC AREA MVSKOKE CULTURE & LANGUAGE STUDY GROUP this Sunday, September 13th, at 6:30 p.m. A part of the cultural study is a potluck dinner with Mvskoke foods (if you can, we’ll eat anything! Lol).
Special invitees this week include Scott Roberts, Mvskoke clay pottery artist, and Danny Beaver, Mvskoke artist who will display their respective pieces for the attendees to observe. Also, we will study “Functional Phrases” in the Mvskoke language. This is sure to be a special event for our group.
For those outside the area, we’re excited to announce that you may join us online at www.twitter.com/jeremyfultz .
The location for this event is the
DZP 360 Event Center
7312 North Cherokee Plaza
(Just off NW Expwy)
Culture Shock Original recording artist, Riah, is a proud member of the Navajo Nation and is a resident of Flagstaff Arizona via Page Arizona. It’s there, where she has paid her dues and learned to be the true professional she is today. A true superstar in the making. Beauty, Charisma & Talent all rolled into one. Her star power is shining even brighter with the release of her debut album, “Believe” which is available in 756 stores in 103 countries WORLDWIDE. Her single “In The Middle” is currently receiving radio play all across the nation and beyond. Her fan base continues to grow and with the 2014 WC American Indian Music Awards nomination and victory in the “R&B Album of The Year” category, The sky is the limit for this young charismatic star. She strivesto be a role model.
She is currently working with Culture Shock Original’s One Tribe One Nation Community Intervention Through Music Program, where she hope to effect positive change in the lives of Native American and Indigenous youth.
Riah “In The Middle” (Official Music Video)
The Red and Blues are releasing singles up to the release of their debut, self-titled, EP. Aiming for a full album release in the fall, the band is making these songs available for their fans, friends, and family. The all Native (Pawnee, Sioux, Creek) Soul-Rock/Blues trio consists of Kahheetah Barnoskie (Drums, Guitar, Bass), Reign Charger (Drums, Guitar, Bass, Vocals), and Marcus Barnoskie (Drums, Guitar, Bass, Vocals). The multi-instrumentalists exchange instruments during their sets to focus their sound in to a Rock and Blues style with contrasting soul and rock rhythms. The Red and Blues music can be streamed or downloaded from soundcloud (soundcloud.com/the-red-and-blues) and reverbnation (reverbnation.com/theredandblues).
Founding members Marcus Barnoskie and Reign Charger met in Lawrence, Kansas while attending Haskell Indian Nations University. Kahheetah Barnoskie, sibling of Marcus, became a member shortly after the conception of the band, for her multi instrumental talents. The band was formed in February of 2015with the focus of spreading their message of hope and justice to Indigenous nations across the globe.
The band was selected to perform at Gathering of Nation’s Stage 49 in April of 2015 and performs frequently (2-3 shows/month) in the Lawrence, Ks area. The band is set to return to the stage in August, when school resumes, and are working diligently to finish a debut album.
For more information contact Marcus Barnoskie at:
or by phone at: (707) 273-8705
For updates follow, like, or subscribe to the red and blues on facebook (facebook.com/theredandblues), twitter (twitter.com/theredandblues), soundcloud (soundcloud.com/the-red-and-blues), or reverbnation (reverbnation.com/theredandblues).