Bass Coast x DJ Shub

Bass Coast caught up with DJ Shub to explore the significance of his album War Club, the power of music as a vehicle for social change and what it means to be the first artist to win a Juno Award for Contemporary Indigenous Artist of the Year.

Key Moments: 

Reflecting on the significance of his Juno win for youth and Indigenous artists - 2:23

The making of and meaning behind War Club - 5:57 

DJ Shub's views on music as a vehicle for social change - 9:27

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