| World|| Arctic Voice Records|
| Stephen Blanchett, Phillip Blanchett, Ossie Kairaiuak, Karina Møller|
Drums of the North, mengluni, Side A / Side B, Verses, Caught In The Act, Verses-Apallut
Yungchen Lhamo, Quetzal Guerrero, I Sing - You Dance, Astrid Hadad, Keith Secola
Pamyua (/ˈbʌmjoʊ.ə/ BUM-yoh-ə) (literally: "its tail" in Yup'ik from pamyuq "tail of animal or kayak; chorus of song; upper stern-piece of kayak") is a Yupik musical group from Anchorage in the U.S. state of Alaska.
Pamyua's music is self-described as "tribal funk" and "world music". Most of their songs are based on traditional Yupik, Inuit and Greenlandic chants, but the group is well known for reinterpreting them in modern styles, such as the song "Cayauqa Nauwa", which has been performed a cappella (mengluni, 1998) and with Pacific Islander influences (Caught in the Act, 2003), as well as traditionally (Drums of the North, 2005).
Pamyua has toured across the United States and the world, performing at many world music festivals. In 2003, Pamyua won the Record of the Year Nammy for their album Caught in the Act. They opened the celebration of the National Museum of the American Indian. The National Museum of the American Indian also released a compilation recording featuring the music of Pamyua.
Pamyua has provided background music for Flying Wild Alaska.mengluni (1998)
Verses (Apallut) (2001)
Caught in the Act (2003)
Drums of the North (2005)
Stephen Blanchett, Yupik and African American heritage
Phillip Blanchett, Yupik and African American heritage
Ossie Kairaiuak,Yupik heritage
Karina Møller, Greenlandic Inuit heritage
Ocean PrayerSide A / Side B · 2012Pamyua Wikipedia
Tarvarnauramkenmengluni · 1998
Reindeer Herding Songmengluni · 1998