Starting with five tracks recorded in Togo, West Africa by members of our partner organization, Centre Des Hommes, we put out a call for musicians ready to rise up in solidarity with the creative expression of humanity. The vision was to create an album that merged cultures through musical collaboration, connecting modern electronic music back to the tribal roots of Africa, while raising money for sustainable development.
Featuring 13 tracks inspired by the original tribal recordings, the InTerraTree Benefit Album marks the beginning of a movement using music to develop solidarity for a sustainable future.
100% of the proceeds of this album go towards InTerraTree; our ecovillage project in Togo, West Africa modeling autonomy through regenerative land stewardship, locally-owned social enterprise, and transcultural exchange. Find out more at www.interratree.org
While we hope you will purchase the album and support our cause, we chose to make it freely available as well so that the movement and meme of using music to develop solidarity for a sustainable future can spread as far as possible.
Thank you for joining the movement!