ENCHANTED FIELDS by Violeta

A melange of sounds from around the globe – Latin, Middle Eastern, Indian, and contemporary music elements – with a voice that bridges the dance rhythms that drive her music, and lyrics that convey tranquilizing inebriation. Listen + BUY AT CD Baby, iTunes or Amazon.com.

Your purchase supports ORG by vio®’s work with indigenous artisans and communities in the Amazon. Violeta works on creative design projects in collaboration with indigenous communities in the Amazon, to promote their arts and crafts by incorporating their millenary work into contemporary designs as a means to generate a sustainable economy for the stewards of the most biodiverse ecosystem. www.orgbyvio.com

Available in MP3 and CD. All CD Inserts Printed on Recycled Paper with Soy-based Inks.

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THE HIGHEST PASS SOUNDTRACK

Violeta can be heard throughout the film The Highest Pass where she sang on Narayan Call featured in the film’s soundtrack. Get the beautiful and captivating soundtrack on iTunes!

Soon after Adam Schomer meets a modern yogi and guru, Anand Mehrotra, they plan an expedition through the highest passes of the Himalayas in Northern India. These are some of the most dangerous roads in the world, yet they manage to assemble a team of seven motorcycle riders to share in what will become the journey of a lifetime. This adventure cracks the foundations we think we stand on. And in this case, the foundation is a one lane road winding through the Himalayas. For showings visit The Highest Pass.

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ESTOY on THE LATIN PROJECT

Violeta co-wrote and performed “Estoy” in The Latin Project‘s debut album under Electric Monkey Records (2003). Purchase Estoy and The Latin Project on iTunes.

British producers Jez Colin and Matt Cooper pulled together a diverse collection of seasoned vocalists and players to form The Latin Project in 2002. Since its inception, the Los Angeles-based group has delivered an iconic signature sound that fuses deep house, broken beat and hip hop with Afro polyrhythms and vocals to deliver a high-energy, danceable sound with electronic experimentation and virtuosic live players throwing down notable performances in equal measure. The sounds of Costa Rica, Mexico, Puerto Rico Guadalupe and Cape Verde ring through in The Latin Project’s vibrant, cutting edge Latin-Electronica productions.