Silla and Rise


Shipping and taxes calculated at checkout.



Made during the throes of the pandemic, Silarjuaq is celebratory—built for speakers and dance floors. Themes of gratitude, love, and community marry dynamic beats that draw inspiration from Mother Nature to a mother’s love. On Supijuq, the shifting vocals mirror the flow of rivers, while glitchy Boogity ends with laughter and throat singing between Qamaniq and her mother, Asita Uvinik Qamaniq.

Tanya Tagaq is featured on spoken word–led How Lucky We Are, Ijiraq (Hide and Seek), and opener Nutarannut (For the Children) sung in honour of the children and youth who’ve lost their lives in the residential school system; power and beauty flourishing from beyond.