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10+2020Documentary

Keeping Culture

Road to South West

In this episode, L-FRESH shares the experience of how he nearly got kicked off the Nas national tour back when he was 21 years old. He links the story to his Sikh tradition and discusses his thought process around existing within a music industry that often requires you to compromise on who you are.

Episodes

Mother Tongue

1. Mother Tongue

In this episode, L-FRESH speaks of his relationship with his mother tongue language: Punjabi. Fluent as a child, raised in a household where English was the second language, he succumbed to the pressure of wanting to fit in, a symptom of Australia's assimilation-colonial mindset, and lost touch with his language and his culture. Speaking in a very personal way, L-FRESH shares the pain of not being able to communicate with his grandmother in his mother tongue.
Home: South West Sydney

2. Home: South West Sydney

In this episode, L-FRESH speaks with reverence about the area that raised him, South West Sydney. Born in Liverpool and raised in the area his whole life, his new album pays respect to the experiences that made him.
A Message To My Younger Self

3. A Message To My Younger Self

In this episode, L-FRESH touches on the concept of his new album, SOUTH WEST, which was released on July 17, 2020. The album is a collection of stories and messages that he shares with his younger self. It's a series of advice grounded in themes of empowerment and confidence on one level, and culture & decolonization on a deeper level.
Keeping Culture

4. Keeping Culture

In this episode, L-FRESH shares the experience of how he nearly got kicked off the Nas national tour back when he was 21 years old. He links the story to his Sikh tradition and discusses his thought process around existing within a music industry that often requires you to compromise on who you are.
Forever Rising

5. Forever Rising

In this episode, L-FRESH shares his experience of being a unique artist in a music industry that hasn't seen anybody like him before. We hear about how he's had to navigate the fine line of compromise with respect to culture, and facing barriers & challenges in the industry.

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Teachings

Teachings

Teachings is the second track from the album "Har Charan Saran" from Kirtan Fi and Dr Gurinder Singh Ji.
Home: South West Sydney

Home: South West Sydney

In this episode, L-FRESH speaks with reverence about the area that raised him, South West Sydney. Born in Liverpool and raised in the area his whole life, his new album pays respect to the experiences that made him.
Mother Tongue

Mother Tongue

Be inspired and relate to this heart touching track from L-Fresh The Lion and fall back in love with your Mother tongue, Panjabi.
Exhausted

Exhausted

Exhausted is the third track from the album "Har Charan Saran" from Kirtan Fi and Dr Gurinder Singh Ji.
Introduction to Gurmukhi: Airaa

Introduction to Gurmukhi: Airaa

P6 Academy present An Introduction to Gurmukhi to support the learning of Gurmukhi, beginning with the alphabet. This video presents Airaa. This also has an associated worksheet, click [here](https://res.cloudinary.com/nishaani/nishaani-plus/p6-academy/introduction-to-gurmukhi-airaa/worksheet.pdf "Download Worksheet") to download it.
A Message To My Younger Self

A Message To My Younger Self

In this episode, L-FRESH touches on the concept of his new album, SOUTH WEST, which was released on July 17, 2020. The album is a collection of stories and messages that he shares with his younger self. It's a series of advice grounded in themes of empowerment and confidence on one level, and culture & decolonization on a deeper level.
Mohi Machlee Tum Neer

Mohi Machlee Tum Neer

Mohi Machlee Tum Neer is the second track from the 3X Delhi Wale: Bhai Jagjeet Singh Ji Babiha from Kirtan Fi sung by Bhai Jagjeet Singh Ji Babiha.
Sanctuary

Sanctuary

Sanctuary is the first track from the album "Har Charan Saran" from Kirtan Fi and Dr Gurinder Singh Ji.
Kaha Karo Jaati

Kaha Karo Jaati

The oldest known recorded Sikh Music, lovingly acquired over 15 years by Dr Lallie & now digitally remastered by Kirtan Fi. Watch Dr Lallie provide context about this amazing remastered track, Kaha Karo Jaati, recorded by Bhai Roora Ji.
Palay Lagi Aiya

Palay Lagi Aiya

The oldest known recorded Sikh Music, lovingly acquired over 15 years by Dr Lallie & now digitally remastered by Kirtan Fi. Watch Dr Lallie provide context about this amazing remastered track, Palay Lagi Aiya, recorded by Bhai Mehroo Ji.
Introduction to Gurmukhi: Oora

Introduction to Gurmukhi: Oora

P6 Academy present An Introduction to Gurmukhi to support the learning of Gurmukhi, beginning with the alphabet. This video presents Oora. This also has an associated worksheet, click [here](https://res.cloudinary.com/nishaani/nishaani-plus/p6-academy/introduction-to-gurmukhi-oora/worksheet.pdf "Download Worksheet") to download it.
Introduction

Introduction

The oldest known recorded Sikh Music, lovingly acquired over 15 years by Dr Lallie & now digitally remastered by Kirtan Fi. Watch Dr Lallie and Charandeep Singh provide context about this amazing project.
Forever Rising

Forever Rising

In this episode, L-FRESH shares his experience of being a unique artist in a music industry that hasn't seen anybody like him before. We hear about how he's had to navigate the fine line of compromise with respect to culture, and facing barriers & challenges in the industry.
Nitr Pragas Keea Gurdev

Nitr Pragas Keea Gurdev

The oldest known recorded Sikh Music, lovingly acquired over 15 years by Dr Lallie & now digitally remastered by Kirtan Fi. Watch Dr Lallie provide context about this amazing remastered track, Nitr Pragas Keea Gurdev, recorded by Bhai Mehroo Ji.
What is Kavishri?

What is Kavishri?

Bhai Simranjit Singh Ji Parwana Kavishri Jatha explains what Kavishri is in this great explainer. It is a style of folk music entailing energetic and dynamic a cappella singing.
Rogan Te Ar Sogan Te

Rogan Te Ar Sogan Te

The oldest known recorded Sikh Music, lovingly acquired over 15 years by Dr Lallie & now digitally remastered by Kirtan Fi. Watch Dr Lallie provide context about this amazing remastered track, Rogan Te Ar Sogan Te, recorded by Bhai Uttam Singh Ji Hakim.
Village Boy (Behind the Scenes)

Village Boy (Behind the Scenes)

Go behind the scenes on L-FRESH the LION's Village boy, a track that presents to the world the spirit, passion, joy, courage, strength & resilience of the village "boys".
Mother Tongue

Mother Tongue

In this episode, L-FRESH speaks of his relationship with his mother tongue language: Punjabi. Fluent as a child, raised in a household where English was the second language, he succumbed to the pressure of wanting to fit in, a symptom of Australia's assimilation-colonial mindset, and lost touch with his language and his culture. Speaking in a very personal way, L-FRESH shares the pain of not being able to communicate with his grandmother in his mother tongue.
Need Kyon Ayee

Need Kyon Ayee

Need Kyon Ayee is the first track from the 3X Delhi Wale: Bhai Jagjeet SIngh Ji Babiha from Kirtan Fi sung by Bhai Jagjeet SIngh Ji Babiha.
Keeping Culture

Keeping Culture

In this episode, L-FRESH shares the experience of how he nearly got kicked off the Nas national tour back when he was 21 years old. He links the story to his Sikh tradition and discusses his thought process around existing within a music industry that often requires you to compromise on who you are.