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Sihasin is a Navajo band thinking with hope and reassurance.

Youthful success is a double-edged sword. Sometimes, you were just the right person in the right place at the right time, covered with this big dollop of charming naiveté you’ll never have again, and suddenly everybody has impossible expectations.

Most musicians love what they do … except for the money part.

New hip-hop album tackles issues of belonging

Diné pianist wants to encourage other Native music students

A punk rock version of “Winter Wonderland” by the rock duo Sihasin, comprised of Diné siblings Jeneda and Clayson Benally of Flagstaff, is featured in a new holiday ad for Hyundai cars.

From outside the Shiprock Chapter House, it looked as though a country-western or hip-hop dance was going on to match the Northern Navajo Fair festivities. Colorful lights flashed from within and made silhouettes of the crowd that was gathering inside.

Local bands will open for popular indie rock artist Mac DeMarco for a sold-out show at the Shiprock Chapter House on Wednesday (Oct. 4).

“Stand up with the first nations that were here,” Taboo, of The Black Eyed Peas, raps in his song “Stand Up/Stand N Rock.”

Diné filmmaker appears on large screen in U2 show