Alexis Sallee

Host & Producer - Earthsongs

Alexis Sallee grew up in Anchorage, Alaska of Iñupiat descent. Her love for sound for film and music started at an early age and found its focus in radio when she joined the KNBA team after graduating high school. After working as an Earthsongs sound editor along with Shyanne Beatty for two years, she attended college at Full Sail University in Winter Park, FL. There she earned a Bachelors of Science in Recording Arts. Alexis now resides in Los Angeles where she hosts Earthsongs and is involved in the audio post production industry.


Tara Williamson


JULY 29, 2018


Samantha Crain

 Vocalist Carsen Gray is First Nations Haida from Vancouver, BC. Her 2017 self-titled album received three Indigenous Music Award nominations and awarded her Best New Artist. With soulful lyrics and danceable arrangements, the album is a mix of R&B, Pop, and EDM styles. In addition to writing her own material, Carsen works collaboratively on some tracks with producers like Joey Styles and DJ Shub, formerly of A Tribe Called Red.

David Strickland


  Artist, musician, writer, and poet Leanne Betasamosake Simpson is Mississauga Nishnaabe and a member of Alderville First Nation. Leanne’s unique spoken songs and soundscapes are built from personal experience. Her 2016 album f(l)ight sees Indigenous life through a powerfully intimate pairing of poetry and music. Combining the words fight and light, Leanne wanted the title of the album to reflect both the struggle and the warmth of Native people.