In early 2017, Amani Friend re-envisioned selections from his rich Liquid Bloom catalog to deliver new downtempo compositions into a contemporary electronic space. Subsequent to that Re.Generations release, Canadian producer AtYyA selected seven of the album’s tracks to put his own spin on them.

Crafting whole new worlds around Liquid Bloom collaborators Poranguí, Deya Dova, Ixchel Prisma, Numatik, Rara Avis, and more, Tyler Clark generously imbues his signature tribal tonic into these works, for a mysterious and pulsing fresh spin on these re-imaginings — one that balances the lightness of Amani Friend’s remixes with an intriguing, contrasting darkness.

Never before have Black Swan and Desert Trax released an entire remix pack by one artist taking on another. This is truly a look behind the curtain at two innovative and truly groundbreaking artists.
credits

All tracks remixed by Tyler Clark (aka AtYyA)
original tracks produced by Amani Friend
Ensañame original produced by Summit Jaffe

Musicians:
Amani Friend – didg, synths, shakers, percussion, jaw’s harp, nature
Deya Dova – ancient songline vocals [3]
Poranguí – medicine vocals, berimbau, percussion, ngoni [1, 3]
Robert Mirabal – native vocals & Taos flute [4, 5, 6, 7]
Ixchel Prisma – medicine vocals [2, 4, 5, 6]
Rara Avis – overtone chanting & spoken word [1, 2, 6, 7]
Natalia Clavier of Thievery Corporation – vocals [2]
Sahuna Love of Shamans Dream – conga drums [1, 3, 4, 7]
Sarah West – angelic female vocals [7]
Darma Friend – Shamanic Voice [7]
Michael Kott – cello [1, 4, 7]
Aum Prakash – charango guitar, whistles [4]
David Brown of Rising Appalachia – acoustic guitar [2]
Biko Casini of Rising Appalachia – percussion [2]
Trey Crispen – percussion [2]

Mastered by Gregor at GZ Mastering
Visionary Medicine Art by Luis Tamani
Graphic Design by Gonzalo Rescalvo
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