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Described as half songwriting workshop, half guided research practice, The Songwrights Apothecary Lab brings musicians and practitioners of different disciplines, such as music therapy, neuroscience, Black American music, Sufism, and South Indian Carnatic music, together in the spirit of radical healing. For Spalding, the concept for the music lab began to blossom after she released her Grammy-winning 2018 album 12 Little Spells. “It grew out of a few years of just reading, learning, and reckoning with how much trauma was going unaddressed in my life, in my community, and in my family,” explains Spalding over Zoom from her native Portland, Oregon. “I was reflecting on so many slow-burning crises and acute crises that I [believe] erupted because we didn’t have a paradigm for responding to trauma and the woundings of the psyche and the spirit.” When Spalding dove deeper into healing art forms, she was struck by how music could be used in a therapeutic context and effectively shift the wellbeing of someone who was engaging with it. “I wondered how we as musicians could bring more therapeutic capacity or intention into the work that we’re already making.”
After percolating in Spalding’s mind for a couple of years, The Songwrights Apothecary Lab was set in motion in February of last year—a month before the global pandemic would catalyze a seismic shift in our culture. “Since the pandemic happened in the middle of convening this council I’d started curating and inviting, there was already this focal point for me and my collaborators and fellow artists,” explains Spalding, who began hosting a retreat in Portland with other artists of color during the first stage of lockdown. “We were oriented toward this question of, ‘How do we respond? How do we show up and offer our goods?'”
TRIANGLE, the introductory three song suite from Spalding’s forthcoming album (entitled available at SongwrightsApothecaryLab.com), is a yearlong manifestation of her work that begins to answer these questions. Each meditative track was designed with a unique affect in mind. “Music is a very powerful medium—it’s profound, it’s deep, it penetrates the psyche,” explains Spalding. “We know a good score to the scene of the movie completely changes how the scenes feels. I was craving something that I thought would help me in a situation and weaving in strands [of knowledge] that emerged from the research.” To counter stress with some sonic self-soothing, there’s Formwela 1, while Formwela 2, featuring South Indian vocalist Ganavya Doraiswamy, is formulated to fill the room with vibrations that “de-escalate interpersonal aggression.” Finally, Formwela 3 offers support for the listeners’ personal re-grounding process after experiencing upset. The emotive production that complements Spalding’s poetic lyrics, soulful vocals, and nimble bass plucking comes courtesy of R&B and soul force Raphael Saadiq, jazz saxophonist Wayne Shorter, and singer, rapper, and multi-instrumentalist Phoelix.
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