Wuigada is a dedicated space where First Nations musicians can share and celebrate music made by other First Nations musicians with PBS audiences.

Wuigada was named and developed by the highly acclaimed indigenous singer songwriter, Kutcha Edwards. Wuigada in Mutti Mutti means 'to sing'.

In this edition of Wuigada we hear from Yolŋu surf-rock band, King Stingray. 

King Stingray have recently released their third song, 'Milkumana' which means to show, share or pass on knowledge through stories and song in Yolŋu Matha. With strong musical, cultural and familial ties to Yirrkala, in North East Arnhem Land, King Stingray are now connecting with audiences all over Australia. We can't wait to see what they achieve next.

King Stingray Milkumana (Official Video)


It is with great excitement that we share King Stingray's top 10 songs for Wuigada: 

Yothu Yindi - ‘Djatpa' 



Warumpi Band - ‘From the Bush’ 

Warumpi Band - From the Bush: Stompen Ground, Broome, 1998


Thelma Plum - ‘Better In Blak’ 

Thelma Plum - Better In Blak (Official Video)


Beddy Rays - ‘Week On Repeat’ 



Emma Donavan and The Putbacks - ‘My Goodness’ 

Emma Donovan & The Putbacks - My Goodness


Emily Wurramara - ‘Black Smoke’ 

Black Smoke - Emily Wurramara


East Journey - ‘Ngarrpiya’ 

Ngarrpiya (Octopus)


Ilkari Maru - 'Tjamu Tjamu' 

Ilkari Maru - Tjamu Tjamu


Briggs - ‘Bad Apples’ 

Briggs - Bad Apples (Official Video)


Sycco - 'Dribble' 

Sycco - Dribble (Official Video)


Alice Sky - ‘Friends with Feelings’ 

'Friends with Feelings' - ALICE SKYE


Listen to the Wuigada playlist in full via YouTube now.

Visit all the Wuigada stories, or check out: Alice SkyeRadical SonBlack Rock BandAllaraEmma Donovan,  Marlene CumminsBenny WalkerStiff GinsRipple Effect Band, Waveney YassoSue Ray, Troy Jungaji Brady, Dave ArdenShellie MorrisDeline BriscoeLJ HillSelwyn BurnsRoger Knox and Kutcha Edwards.

Artwork by Dixon Patten.