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Anindilyakwa Music Program (AMP)

AMP is the ALC Music Program, a program under Preserving Culture, a department of the Anindilyakwa Land Council (ALC). The Music Program and its staff manage a string of bands and artists and runs in-school and out-of-school music programs.

The in-school music program runs at Angurugu school, Milyakburra School and Umbakumba school. Band members in each community share their talents and songs with the Warnumamalya youth.

The program also equips, trains, and upskills Warnumamalya musicians and works to promote Groote Eylandt bands, including Poison Whiskey, Mambali and Salt Lake Band.

The busy team manages the entertainment for a plethora of community engagement events, such as festivals, openings, and cultural events. These events are used as a training ground for Warnumamalya youth.

The ALC has converted part of the Angurugu Sports Hall in Angurugu into a new music and recording studio, including separate drum room and control room, this is where the team is based. Plans are in place for an Umbakumba studio.

Amethea’s Award

Anindilyakwa Media is proud to announce Queen of Radio has won ICTV’s “Our Way” Award.

Amethea Mamarika

Amethea Mamarika

Umbakumba Station Manager

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