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The Mad Proppa Deadly studio van brought a professional studio to Indigenous kids and others in Armidale, with a plan to run throughout the year

Mark Kriedemann
By Mark Kriedemann
Updated July 28 2022 - 1:57am, first published July 24 2022 - 4:14am
MOBILE MUSICIANS: Nate Weatherall (right) with Jack Cavanagh. Photo: Ashley Flint

Thousands of dollars worth of music production equipment has been rolled out to the region's Indigenous kids to help them tell their stories.

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Mark Kriedemann

Mark Kriedemann

Journalist

I take a particular interest in industry, environment, science, and technology subjects. Besides studies in media, my tertiary education covers genetics, as well as International Relations. I therefore strive to draw links between these varying disciplines to give a comprehensive analysis of developments in industry, agriculture, and the associated politics.

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