Kulumindini Band

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Kulumindini Band
Origin Elliott, Northern Territory, Australia
Genres rock
Labels Marlinja Music
Members Mark Raymond Jimija
Elisabeth Dixon Namija
Sam Sandy Janama
Robert Dixon
Gregory Jackson Jabarda
Jason Bill Jangari
Kerry Gardiner

Kulumindini Band are an aboriginal rock band from Elliott, Northern Territory. They are named after a Jingili dreaming site.[1] The members are Jingili-Mudbura people and they sing in both Mudbura and English.[2] In 2008 they were inducted into the hall of fame at the NT Indigenous Music Awards.[3]


  • Marlinja Music
  • You're Not Useless (1993)
  • History (1995)


  • Dunbar-Hall, Peter (1995). You better listen to your tribal voice : the rock album as expression of Aboriginal identity. International Council for Traditional Music Conference. Canberra. 
  1. ^ Dunbar-Hall, Peter; Chris Gibson (July 2004). Deadly Sounds, Deadly Places. Contemporary Aboriginal Music in Australia. University of New South Wales Press. ISBN 978-0-86840-622-0. ISBN 0-86840-622-8. 
  2. ^ Dunbar-Hall, Peter (1997). "Music and meaning: the Aboriginal rock album". Australian Aboriginal Studies. 
  3. ^ NT Indigenous Music Awards ABC Darwin