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Salt Water Brothers: extended interview

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Jeremy Pahl and Spencer Greening are the cousins behind the Salt Water Brothers

The Salt Water Brothers are actually cousins who call Hartley Bay home. They are also a musical duo who started out with death metal but have since transitioned to a rootsier sound. They spoke with Betsy Trumpener about preserving their Tsimshian First Nations heritage, touring with white supremacist bands in South America, and why Elvis is still king on the reserve.

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