Mycelium Music – Plantrae – Rainforest to Rainforest

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Maritime Fungi
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The largest living organism on our good planet is a mycelial mushroom network in the Blue Mountains of Eastern Oregon that occupies over 2400 acres and is about 2400 years old!

Ecology Letters published research this spring documenting how plants communicate with each other through mycelial networks in response to environmental changes or threats.

Fungi are one of the few kingdoms of life that thrive on unstable conditions… Mycelium are the musical bridges of the underworld – ready to rise for the healing work, the uniting work, the enlightening work… In the spirit of the mushroom…

Mycelium Music is a collective of producers from around the world that have been inspired by the mycelial networks of the Pacific Northwest. This compilation will be donating 100% of our proceeds to a very special non-profit, Amazon Mycorenewal Project. This inspired group of individuals is working to educate volunteers and indigenous people to utilize fungi in an effort to cleanse the pollution caused by the industrial petroleum extraction around the mouth of one of the most breathtaking rivers on our planet, the Amazon. “

Plantrae features a good friend of the family, Zak Hoya, who has a couple deep tracks with his viola and electronic ambient soundscapes in the project –


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