Brand New Remix Album Honors Ana Caravelle’s “Basic Climb”

by • May 31, 2011 • MusicComments (0)1832

I just found this gorgeous remix album honoring Ana Caravelle’s album Basic Climb. The project began when Dak, a music producer and huge fan of Ana’s, when he approached the team at Non Projects about reworking one of her tracks.  In no time at all, word got around and Non Projects found themselves organizing a tribute album of remixes as a love letter to Ana’s lush vocals and harp instrumentation.  Here’s what Non Projects had to say about Basic Climb Re-Imagined:

Listening to ‘Basic Climb Re-Imagined’ from front to back gives us 11 unique views of talents both studied and anew. The journeyed and Eastern tinged portrayal of “Blackberries” by Julia Holter (now a part of Nite Jewel’s live show) takes us on a journey up and down both the bustling and deserted roads of India with Ana as our vocal guide while the orchestral re-arrangements of Dak’s take on “Shapeshifting” leave us in cinematic awe as our ears witness his most open and wide-screened piece yet. Elsewhere a.d.l.r. opens up a rift in time with a parallel dimension of delay-filled harps and vocals, Dntel ushers us through an effortlessly relaxed after hours pop trip with his “Black Canyon” mix, Take drops Ana into the middle of a 60’s soul jam and Anenon guides us into a drum and drone meditation zone, while every other interpretation is a standout in their own rights.

Below you will find a couple tracks to wet your palate, and to purchase the full album you will find links to iTunes, Boomkat, and Bleep over at NonProjects.com. Enjoy.

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Source: Non Projects

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