Beating Heart: remixes of African field recordings for a good cause
I’ve been listening to a lot of Beating Hearts lately, specifically its debut release from last year that includes remixes of old Malawi field recordings. This month, the collective released its South Africa compilation, and I’m excited to see what countries the albums cover from here.
Learn more about the organization here.
“[We are] a collective of artists and enthusiasts who believe in the power of music to create a world without borders. Born in the heart of Sub-Saharan Africa in 2016, the project sprung from a vision to bring the world’s largest archive of African field recordings into the present day. For this album, [we] inspired some of today’s hottest producers to build new compositions using original field recordings made in Malawi in the 1950s…Moving nation by nation, each release from the collective raises monies for the communities that created the original music.”
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