Remembrance Soundscapes is the music only version of the transformational album and guide for embodiment, Remembrance. A one of a kind collaboration between five artists, including Vylana, Aubrey Marcus, Poranguí, Amani Friend (Liquid Bloom), and Eric Zang. Remembrance Soundscapes presents these powerful offerings in their purely musical form for listeners to experience without any guidance. With five transformational soundtracks, this album serves as a guide to support the awakening of humanity to the sacred instrument of the human body. Through the technology of ancient and modern sound design and resonant intentionality, the listener embarks on a journey through various states of consciousness to meet themselves at a deeper level. By moving energy through breath, dance, and meditation, the listener may better remember their purpose— empowering them to be of greater service, for the good of all.
The concept of the Remembrance albums and the creation of the band, For the Good of All, is the fruition of a prayer planted as a seed over a decade past. Poranguí knew then that music would be created with Aubrey’s spoken word poetry. Stepping into the sacred role as producer, Poranguí called in some of his favorite collaborators: Amani Friend of Liquid Bloom, whose extensive experience producing electronic music graces the album, and Eric Zang, a masterful multi-instrumentalist and mixing engineer who along with Vylana Marcus’s celestial vocals helped finish this all-star ensemble. Special featured artists include East Forest on piano and Indrajit Roy-Chowdhury on sitar to complement this rich sonic journey.
The Soundscapes version of the album offers a lush musical bed for listeners, inspired by many cultures, including musical influence from Vylana’s Ploynisian heritage as well as the Hindu tradition’s use of prayer, breath, dance, meditation, and service. The track titles have been named in honor of these ancient traditions. These embodiment practices are inherent to us all and by going on this journey, the listener can be in clear Remembrance, For the Good of All.
released May 4, 2022
All Original Music by For the Good of All
Comprised of band members:
Aubrey Marcus (Spoken Word) - Not present on Remembrance Soundscapes
Poranguí (Vocals, Didgeridoo, Percussion and Indigenous Instrumentation)
Eric Zang (Flutes, Percussion, Piano, Sound Design)
Amani Friend / Liquid Bloom (Sound Design & Production)
Featured Guest Artists
Indrajit Roy-Chowdhury (Sitar on Prana)
East Forest (Piano feature on Bodhisattva)
Dina Whelihan (Hawaiian Prayer on Atman)
Produced by: Poranguí
Engineered by: Eric Zang and Poranguí
Mixed by: Eric Zang
Mastered by: Gregor at GZ Mastering and Eric Zang
Original Art by: Autumn Skye (autumnskyeart.com)
Graphic Design by: Mac Brown
Reared among the three cultures of Brazil, Mexico and the U.S., Poranguí was steeped in various traditional forms of music,
healing and ceremony since birth. Weaving ancestral songs & indigenous rhythms from around the world as a one-man orchestra, Poranguí bridges the healing properties of sound and movement to foster our individual and collective well being....more
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This is probably my favourite ever album. I have been struggling a lot with anxiety, and this is just the purest healing music I have ever felt. Singing along with it is pure medicine. Fell so blessed to have found this beautiful magical music. <3 darkmoondreamer