6 Moons.


Quese IMC

Marcus “Quese IMC” Frejo is a tribally bear clan of the Seminole, wolf band of Pawnee, and a  pioneering indigenous hip-hop artist, cultural activist, and producer. One of the founding members of ‘culture shock camp: native hip-hop group and culture shock: the first native hip hop summer of 1998,’ Quese has been instrumental in being one of the early founders of indigenous hip-hop as a genre and movement. IMC has also used hip-hop, empowerment, and activism in the effort to break the colonized illusion of cultural divides. Quese IMC is the founder of the #pawneecamp of the Standing Rock: Water is Life movement. The artist’s performance on December 21 will encompass Pawnee/Seminole indigenous Hip-hop, tribal chants, and social justice consciousness through spoken word and wakuraariks.


12/21/21 at 7PM CST

Samantha Crain

Samantha Crain is a Choctaw singer, songwriter, poet, producer, and musician from Oklahoma. She is a two-time Native American Music Award winner and winner of an Indigenous Music Award. Her genre-spanning discography has been critically acclaimed by media outlets such as Rolling Stone, SPIN, Paste, No Depression, NPR, PRI, The Guardian, NME, Uncut, and others. She has toured extensively over the past 14 years nationally and internationally, presenting ambitious orchestrated shows with a band and intimate folk-leaning solo performances. She has toured with First Aid Kit, Neutral Milk Hotel, Gregory Alan Isakov, The Avett Brothers, The Mountain Goats, Brandi Carlile, Langhorne Slim, The Staves, and many other bands and artists. With her new album, “A Small Death”, and newer EP, “I Guess We Live Here Now”, she continues her tradition of keeping things close to the heart and the ground by leaning into the fulfillment of affinity with an audience and the satisfaction of a song with a memorable melody and an honest story.


01/26/2022 at 9PM CST at Mercury Lounge

Mercury Lounge
1747 S Boston Ave, Tulsa, OK 74119

Travis Mammedaty

Travis Mammedaty is a traditional and contemporary singer who has been around the drum his whole life. At the age of 17 one of his mentors the late Alford “Sonny” Waters(Ponca) paid his way to sit at the drum and Mammedaty has always had a place there. From those early times singing and up until today he has amassed numerous songs from various tribes and learned their meanings. Mammedaty has over 400 songs stored to memory, with credit due to his many mentors he has learned from, with a large portion of the songs he learned from singing with the Anquoe family drum “Redstone”. Mammedatys love for song has led him to many opportunities to use his knowledge and voice to sing for his community in different capacities. If you are up early enough you can catch him singing up the sun every morning in his Instagram @chases_the_red_blanket.


03/12/22 at 2PM at OK#1

OK #1
8124 E 21st Unit A, Tulsa OK, 74129

Black Belt Eagle Scout

Black Belt Eagle Scout is a band created by Katherine “KP” Paul (she/they) who is from the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community. BBES creates dreamy and intense melodies independently and presents them in band form with a full band.

03/19/22 at 7PM CST

Cannupa Hanska Luger

Cannupa Hanska Luger is a multidisciplinary artist and an enrolled member of the Three Affiliated Tribes of Fort Berthold (Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara, Lakota, and European descent). Through monumental installations and social collaboration, Luger activates speculative fiction and communicates stories about 21st Century Indigeneity, combining critical cultural analysis with dedication and respect for the diverse materials, environments, and communities he engages. He lectures and produces large-scale projects around the globe and his works are in many public collections. Luger is a recipient of a 2021 United States Artists Fellowship Award for Craft and was named a 2021 GRIST Fixer, he is a 2020 Creative Capital Fellow, a 2020 Smithsonian Artist Research Fellow, and the recipient of the Museum of Arts and Design’s 2018 inaugural Burke Prize, among others.  #cannupahanskaluger


07/07/22 at 8PM at OK#1

OK #1
8124 E 21st Unit A, Tulsa OK, 74129

Raven Chacon

Raven Chacon is a composer, performer, and installation artist from Fort Defiance, Navajo Nation. As a solo artist, collaborator, or with Postcommodity, Chacon has exhibited or performed at Whitney Biennial, documenta 14, REDCAT, Musée d’art Contemporain de Montréal, San Francisco Electronic Music Festival, Chaco Canyon, Ende Tymes Festival, 18th Biennale of Sydney, and The Kennedy Center. Every year, he teaches 20 students to write string quartets for the Native American Composer Apprenticeship Project (NACAP). He is the recipient of the United States Artists Fellowship in Music, The Creative Capital Award in Visual Arts, The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation artist fellowship, and the American Academy’s Berlin Prize for Music Composition.


07/07/22 at 8PM at OK#1

OK #1
8124 E 21st Unit A, Tulsa OK, 74129