GARRANGALI BAND

Well known for their particular brand of upbeat offbeat riddim, Garrangali band combine traditional songlines and rolling basslines to inspire old and young alike. They are on tour launching their new saltwater ska & reggae album: ONE VOICE, which is a representation of their genuine clan band live sound, revealing the strength and passion of living culture in NE Arnhem Land. You’ll get your body grooving to their contemporary remix of traditional Songlines.

They have a history to be proud of, taking Song of the Year (Sea Rights), Album of the Year (Garrangali) & Artwork of the Year (Garrangali) and the Traditional Music Award (Sea Rights Bunggul) at the NIMAs.

Since then Garrangali have been wowing crowds for over 10 years with their infectious grooves combined with proud and meaningful lyrics about deep creation stories and political issues. Their focus has been on Arnhem Land performances with regular shows at significant festivals such as Garma (Gul’kula), Yarrapay (Yirrkala) and One People One Voice (Groote Eylandt).

GARRANGALI BAND

Well known for their particular brand of upbeat offbeat riddim, Garrangali band combine traditional songlines and rolling basslines to inspire old and young alike. They are on tour launching their new saltwater ska & reggae album: ONE VOICE, which is a representation of their genuine clan band live sound, revealing the strength and passion of living culture in NE Arnhem Land. You’ll get your body grooving to their contemporary remix of traditional Songlines.

They have a history to be proud of, taking Song of the Year (Sea Rights), Album of the Year (Garrangali) & Artwork of the Year (Garrangali) and the Traditional Music Award (Sea Rights Bunggul) at the NIMAs.

Since then Garrangali have been wowing crowds for over 10 years with their infectious grooves combined with proud and meaningful lyrics about deep creation stories and political issues. Their focus has been on Arnhem Land performances with regular shows at significant festivals such as Garma (Gul’kula), Yarrapay (Yirrkala) and One People One Voice (Groote Eylandt).