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Biography of Electric Fields

Electric Fields, consisting of Zaachariaha Fielding and Michael Ross, shines in Australia's music scene, blending traditional culture with electronic beats. Their historic representation at a prestigious song contest with "One Milkali (One Blood)" celebrates Aboriginal language and culture. With an EP and singles, they captivate global audiences.

Fielding, born in Quorn, South Australia, in 1991 or 1992, leads the duo. Raised in Mimili on the APY lands, his musical journey began early, drawing inspiration from Elvis and Houston. Studying at the Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music, he appeared on The Voice, showcasing his talents in Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara.

Electric Fields' achievements include wins at the National Indigenous Music Awards and recognition at the South Australian Music Awards. Fielding's cultural contributions are celebrated, breaking barriers and inspiring Aboriginal youth.



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The Song

Song One Milkali (One Blood)
Writer(s):  Michael Ross & Zaachariaha Fielding
Composer(s):  Michael Ross & Zaachariaha Fielding
Broadcaster: SBS

"One Milkali (One Blood)" is an uplifting pop track featuring the traditional Australian didgeridoo, adding an authentic Australian touch. The song's theme revolves around unity, emphasizing that despite our differences, we are all fundamentally the same. It remains to be seen whether this unconventional duo will win over European audiences.

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