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'''Electric Pow Wow''' is a fusion of Native American and First Nations iconography and music with modern electronica and dance club fashions.{{Aesthetic|title1 = Electric Pow Wow|image1 = Electric pow wow.jpg|other_names = Powwow-step|decade_of_origin = 2010s|creator/s = A Tribe Called Red, Native Americans/First Nations people,|key_motifs = Amerindian imagery and regalia, strong drum-beats, high-pitched keening, feathers/feathered headdresses,|key_colours = red, black, white, yellow|key_values = collectivism, tradition|related_media = Shadowrun (roleplaying game)}}The genre takes its name from a [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cj3U0z64_m4 song of the same name] released by the Canadian electronic music group [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Tribe_Called_Red A Tribe Called Red] in 2011.
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{{Aesthetic|title1 = Electric Pow Wow|image1 = Electric pow wow.jpg|other_names = Powwow-step, Electric powwow|decade_of_origin = 2010s|creator/s = A Tribe Called Red, Native Americans/First Nations people,|key_motifs = Amerindian imagery and regalia, strong drum-beats, high-pitched keening, feathers/feathered headdresses,|key_colours = red, black, white, yellow|key_values = collectivism, tradition|related_media = Shadowrun (roleplaying game)}}
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'''Powwow Step,''' or '''Electric Pow Wow,''' is a fusion of Native American and First Nations iconography and music with modern electronica and dance club fashions. A '''pow wow''' (sometimes spelled "powwow" or "pow wow") is a large public or private social gathering held by many different Native American communities, which typically incorporates traditional foods, dancing, regalia, jewelry, and music. The genre takes its name from a [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cj3U0z64_m4 song of the same name] released by the Canadian electronic music group [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Tribe_Called_Red A Tribe Called Red] in 2011.<br />
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<u>Note for Non-Americans and Non-Canadians</u>: a pow wow (sometimes spelled "powwow" or "pow wow") is a large public or private social gathering held by many different Native American communities, which typically incorporates traditional foods, dancing, regalia, jewelry, and music.
 
 
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Powwow Step, or Electric Pow Wow, is a fusion of Native American and First Nations iconography and music with modern electronica and dance club fashions. A pow wow (sometimes spelled "powwow" or "pow wow") is a large public or private social gathering held by many different Native American communities, which typically incorporates traditional foods, dancing, regalia, jewelry, and music. The genre takes its name from a song of the same name released by the Canadian electronic music group A Tribe Called Red in 2011.

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