A popular exhibition featuring some of Queensland's best Murri musicians is now on show in Brisbane.
13 Nov 2013 - 5:24 PM  UPDATED 13 Nov 2013 - 5:51 PM

The Deadly Brothers exhibition will be on display at the State Library of Queensland for one week in the Kuril Dhagun Indigenous space.

It features Murri music from the 1940s onwards, covering all genres of opera, rock, blues reggae, funk and hip hop.

The Deadly Brothers exhibition was created to feature bands, but curator Katina Davidson couldn't resist including  her great Uncle and opera singer Harold Blair.

Deadly Brothers follows an Indigenous fashion exhibition from last year called Flash Women, but Ms Davidson said the community wanted a similar mens' exhibition this time.

Member of The Medics, Kahl Wallace, says in one of the exhibit's video pieces that anyone can be deadly if they put in the effort.

Murri artists accompanying The Medics and Harold Blair include Mop and the DropOuts, Black Image and Classik Nawu

They recorded their personal stories and even supplied some of the props.

Deadly Brothers will continue at Kuril Dhagun at the State Library of Queensland until November 17.