Kelsey Lu is celebrating Juneteenth with a special edition of her Hydroharmonia series

Profits are going to charity, too.

Kelsey Lu is celebrating Juneteenth with a special edition of her new series, Hydroharmonia.

The project sees her debut new music and create original scores paired with natural landscapes in order to offer musical therapy. The third one, ‘432’, will see all profits donated to FEMPOWER, Poetry for the People, Black Trans Femmes in the Arts, and more.

Kelsey explains:

“HYDROHARMONIA III “432” is A Meditational Sound Bath tuned to the frequency of the universe (432 Hz). In processing the history and news we face on a day to day basis, I was resurrected by the poem “Black Joy” by Aja Monet which led me to create “432”. Woman, particularly BIPOC, have historically proven to be the central Voices and Leaders in Abolition, Revolution, Hope and Love. Through the consistency of these waves, in the electricity of the awakening, we must continue to take care of and love on ourselves and each other. “432” is a tool for that purpose.

“This is how you can use it: Gift yourself 20 minutes to make space for you, or with loved ones. Get as comfortable as you can, whether that be lying down, sitting in a comfortable position, lighting a candle or incense, anything that will allow your body to relax, press play and Close your eyes.

“HYDROHARMONIA represents a space of creative freedoms; of dealing and of healing. Juneteenth marks a day of Cel-Liberation, and I invite you to take this opportunity to show solidarity to the Leaders fighting for Sustainability of Life. 100% of the proceeds made from this Initiative will go towards FEMPOWER, Poetry For The People and more that will be announced the day of.”

Check it out on Bandcamp.

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