Ngaiire’s Top Five Australian ‘Brown Gals’

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In honour of her album, Blastoma, which is out today (cue screams of excitement) NGAIIRE in her own words has given Purple Sneakers her Top Five tracks from Australian ‘Brown Gals’. Highlighting other amazing acts within the indigenous Australian community.

A festival queen, with slots like Glastonbury and Falls Festival under her belt, Ngaiire is fresh off the road from Groovin’ The Moo, but she doesn’t look to be stopping anytime soon.

With her brand new, and much anticipated album, ‘Blastoma’ out today, from which we’ve already had a taste of what’s to come with killer tracks like ‘Once’ and ‘House on a Rock,’ it’s no surprise to hear that Ngaiire‘s gearing up to go back on tour again.

A massive national tour that gives the finger to acts who call a single show in Melbourne and Sydney respectively an ‘Australian tour,’ Ngaiire has nine dates already lined up, not to mention a slot at the sold out in seconds Splendour in the Grass. 

It’s a wonder Ngaiire even has time to stop and listen to music, but she evidently does, so, without further ado, here are Ngaiire‘s Top Five Australian ‘Brown Gal’ Tracks.

Okenyo – 10 Feet Tall

Ecca Vandal – End of Time

Thando – Trouble

Sampa the Great – Blue Boss

All Dulled Out – Kira Puru

Catch Ngaiire live through June and July with her national tour kicking off tomorrow.

Sat 11 Jun // Peak Festival, Perisher Valley

Fri 17 Jun // Fat Controller, Adelaide

Sat 18 Jun // Jack Rabbit Slims, Perth

Fri 24 Jun // Karova Lounge, Ballarat

Sat 25 Jun // Northcote Social Club, Melbourne

Sat 02 Jul // The Foundry, Brisbane

Wed 06 Jul // Festival of Voices, Hobart

Fri 08 Jul // Oxford Art Factory, Sydney

Sat 09 Jul // Transit Bar, Canberra

Words by Cailey Moroney

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Future international rockstar and current music student, Cailey spends most of her time deciding whether or not she should buy Subway and purposefully trying to look as scary as possible so no one will sit next to her on public transport.