An Di Yi | A Map of Your Heart

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A Map of Your Heart

by An Di Yi

Where the Kyoto subway system meets a Brazilian rhythm section, and a Yangon election day rocks to a trip hop bass line, An Di Yi plots a map of your heart with colours blown in from around the world.
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1. A Map of Your Heart
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2. Trade Winds
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3. The Road to Shangri-La
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4. Kyoto
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5. Zebras Dreaming
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6. Watching Snow Fall
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7. Election Day
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8. Instamatic
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9. Naked
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10. Seeding Clouds
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11. Ngapali Beach
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12. Motion of the Planets
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A Map of Your Heart is a fusion of original writing, ambient recordings and loops from around the world. Composed, arranged and mixed by An Di Yi, the album tells musical stories reflecting our global culture by blending a diverse collection of sounds blown in on the trade winds.

Inspiration is diverse; the common thread being simply the experiences, journeys and friends of the last couple of years. The Road to Shangri-la, Yangon on Election Day, a Beijing style downpour. The haunting Watching Snow Fall recreates a scene from Murakami's Hard Boiled Wonderland, Zebras Dreaming comes from a painting by Chinese artist Wang Min, and The Motion of the Planets from watching the slow movements of the stars over the Bay of Bengal.

Much thanks for the inspiration and encouragement of Howie B, and the mastering expertise of Ray Staff at Air Studios, London.


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