Born and raised in BC with her maternal family, Jayli Wolf didn't find out she was Indigenous until she was eight years old. As an adult, she has reconnected with her paternal family and Indigenous heritage, using music to help her healing journey.
Jeremy Dutcher is a classically trained operatic tenor and composer, who strives to blend his Wolastoq First Nation roots into the music he creates. His music is a blend between classical, traditional, and pop.
Iqaluit's The Jerry Cans are committed to making music that honours and dialogues with the north. They lean more towards indie rock, though they blend many genres together. The Jerry Cans are comprised of: a guitarist, vocalists, throat singers, accordionists, a violinist, a bassist, and a guitarist.