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Love In The Endz announces trilogy compilation to conclude AMOR NA ENDZ series, shares first part

The overall release features over 100 artists from around the world

  • Niamh Ingram
  • 6 November 2023
Love In The Endz announces trilogy compilation to conclude AMOR NA ENDZ series, shares first part

Love In The Endz has announced its latest project - 'Amor Na Endz 3' - a three-part album, to conclude its AMOR NA ENDZ series.

With the first instalment landing this week, and the forthcoming editions set to drop on November 17 and December 1, artists contributing to the release hail from countries including The US, Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Angola, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Portugal, the UK, France, Spain, Switzerland and Italy.

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"This album stands as a testament to our core values and creative vision," explains founders Blue Canariñho and Daviaa, on the trilogy modelling as an extention of the collective itself. "It's a culturally rich journey, weaving together a diverse tapestry of sounds from across the globe.

"Featuring the works of over 60 artists and a staggering 54 tracks originating from 16 different countries, all artfully assembled into less than three hours of dense, expressive music, it encapsulates the profound cultural and artistic roots of every contributing artist. This musical undertaking is a harmonious celebration of our global community, encapsulating the spirit of unity through the language of The Endz."

The first two instalments of the series were celebrated with an exhibition of works by founder Blue Canariñho at Hackney's Open House Gallery and a European tour spanning the UK, Portugal and France. Now, 'Amor Na Endz 3' is to be premiered in the collective's bi-monthly radio show at three different locations across London.

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Part one of 'Amor Na Endz 3' is available to check out now, do so here.

Niamh Ingram is Mixmag's Weekend Editor, follow her on Twitter

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