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Daily Holla’s “Yolngu”Lets Us Explore Aboriginal Culture In Electro Bliss

Cultural aura framed in a mind-soothing soundscape.

Photo: Courtesy of Mammal Sounds

Photo: Courtesy of Mammal Sounds

Australian electronic producer, Daily Holla, draws samples and inspiration from unorthodox sources – rather than rely on your typical dancefloor beats, his work samples and empraces the indigenous culture of Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory of Australia. His self-directed video takes us into the Aboriginal community as we indulge in the deliberate synthphony orchestrating an unorthodox syncopated sound:

“Yolngu” is the first single of his upcoming sophomore EP, which will be released early next year. Harry Deadman is the mastermind behind Daily Holla who grew up close to an Aboriginal family since he was four. “The music video is all footage I have filmed during my visits, It shows the family that we have spent many years with. I really wanted to put this video and song out, highlighting and celebrating the amazingly rich culture they have.” shared Daily Holla. You can follow Daily Holla on Facebook and Twitter.

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