Lisa Greenaway aka LAPKAT created an amazing remix of album VOX [Ref.025] by CIRCE:The Black Cut Project. Listen to LAPKAT's mix that features tracks from KrAtOS, LAPKAT, 3bc & Asymmetroi Faroi, Kritzkom and my track titled 'Heart Of Darkness'.
LAPKAT is Lisa Greenaway, a radio maker and producer out of Melbourne, Australia. As DJ LAPKAT, Lisa creates lyrical, kinetic mixes of global rhythm and melody, multilingual poetry and story. Spoken word artists, poets, storytellers, griots, emcees, cantati, chanteurs ... stories old and new, lost and found treasures, voices and languages from around the world mixed with music ranging from folk traditions to the cross-cultural collaborations of the global bass movement. Minimal beats made for slow dances, passionate voices and a stream of social consciousness.LAPKAT presents a monthly podcast, 'La Danza Poetica' which is broadcast on Radio Groovalizacion and Chimeres Greece. Featuring poetry, hip hop, folk traditions and global beats, LDP is a deep exploration into the many worlds, one world poetic groove.
I am proud to be participating in the great compilation titled VOX [Ref.025] CIRCE :The Black Cut: project. Listen to my track titled 'Heart Of Darkness' in 'The women of Great River' section. I used Linda's recording talking about her mother.
The album VOX [Voice; Sound; Call; Outcry] is part of the project « circe :the black cut: » and it is compiled by its founder and composer, Anna Stereopoulou. Being the second CIRCE Family Album (after the release of "Vuelo Libre" in December 2014), "VOX" consists of 28 tracks composed by the participants of CIRCE The Black Cut, as well as by the artists who responded to "The Women of the Great River" call-out /playlist of Claudia Wegener's RADIO Continental Drift; guest project of the CIRCE The Black Cut ~ 2nd Presentation (2015).
The 2nd phase of the project (2015), offers "Bees" to all participants, as the new Theme connecting all existing sources of inspiration. Through the present compilation we are invited to join the outward motion which is mostly achieved by the exploration, the acceptance and the unity of opposites. The theme of "Bees" suggests awareness about these essential to the ecosystem, flying insects, and the numerous threats they are exposed to (habitat loss, pesticides, etc.), as well as a paradigm to learn from their way of life, work and communication, in order to become more open and express our Voice, louder and wider, by exiting any kind of cell, which we are forced -by others or by our own selves- to live in. Thus, the transition from the compositions of the CIRCE The Black Cut participants, to the remixes of the artists responding to "The Women of the Great River" playlist, represents the voyage of an out-cry, wrestling to travel, beginning from our roots and our most inner places, through various bee voices helping us to kill our egos, by crossing the "river" or any kind of barrier and expose our feelings free to light. The album is available on Seven Moons as Digital Format and Free Downloading. Album Cover Images by Dom aka Kyriakos Sakellaris ["The Wrestler" Sculpture (detail), Syntagma square (Athens, Hellas) and "Bee" (detail), Skopelos island (Hellas) /[variation of "Fatal" photography artwork, presented at the CIRCE The Black Cut exhibition (December 19-22, 2015, Athens, GR)].
Album Cover Layout by annAStereo.
creditsreleased December 19, 2015
The Women of the Great River guest project
ARTISTS Remixing in Sound Art
• Asymmetroi Faroi [Greece]
• BroodingSideOfMadness [Greece]
• Macussi aka Marcus C. Diess [Austria]
• Sirpa Jokinen [Finland]
• Köhn aka Jürgen De Blonde [Belgium]
• Inge van den Kroonenberg [Netherlands, Belgium]
• DJ Kwe [Canada]
• LAPKAT aka Lisa Greenaway [Australia]
• Anna Leopolder [Germany]
• Barnaby Spigel [UK]
• Ms Soli Tii [Germany/ UK]
• Dixie Treichel [USA]
• Terry Humphrey aka Tunkstore Arts [UK]
• Yes Afrika Women’s Forum [Germany]
ARTISTS Remixing in Visual Art
• Agness Buya Yombwe [Zambia]
• Alma Tischler Wood [UK /Germany]
ARTISTS heard in Source Recordings
• Simudenda Bertha [Zimbabwe]
• Rosemary Cumanzala [Zimbabwe]
• Christine Hankwebe [Zimbabwe]
• Nonhlanhla Mathe [Zimbabwe]
• Barbara Mudimba [Zimbabwe]
• Linda Mudimba [Zimbabwe]
• Abbigal Muleya [Zimbabwe]
• Florence Munsaka [Zimbabwe]
• Mary Munsaka [Zimbabwe]
• Luyando Muyalali [Zimbabwe]
• Janet Mwiinde [Zimbabwe]
• Esnart Mweemba [Zambia]
• Viola Mwembe [Zimbabwe]
• Sihle Ndlovu [Zimbabwe]
• Pupils of Damba Primary School (2012) [Zimbabwe]
• Penny Yon [Zimbabwe]
• Agness Buya Yombwe [Zambia]