Build an Ark is really a Los-Angeles-based transcultural and intergenerational music collective which was founded in 2001 being a pacifist reaction to the Sept 11 tragedies in NEW YORK. The group had taken its name honoring Sunlight Ra’s Arkestra, though they ascribe even more to Ra’s idea of “Arkestry” — that music gets the capacity to alter the destiny of people’s lives — instead of musically. Directed by DJ, manufacturer, and arranger Carlos Niño, composer, multi-instrumentalist, and musical movie director Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, and veteran vocalist and composer Dwight Trible, Build an Ark concentrated its ensemble focus on composing and interpreting message-oriented compositions that handled awakening the positive dreams in its listeners psychologically, spiritually, and morally. Playing a meld of 21st hundred years soul, religious jazz, poetry, contemporary improvisational and traditional, and also cosmically motivated pop, Build an Ark’s associates included Michael Light on violin, Phil Ranelin, Derf Reklaw, and Tracey Wannomae, amongst others. The music group released its debut 12″, “Tranquility with Every Stage,” accompanied by an record of the same name in 2004 over the Kindred Spirits imprint. They released a cover of Pharoah Sanders’ “You Gotta Possess Freedom” being a 12″ on japan P-Vine label in 2005, an EP of remixes on Plug Analysis, and the Free of charge Spirits Presents Acknowledgment: For J.C. 10″ in 2006. The one “Dawn” made an appearance in early 2007, accompanied by the record of the same name afterwards in the entire year on Kindred Spirits (all following releases have made an appearance on that Netherlands-based indie). Both albums and each following one and EP discharge had been greeted with near-synonymous important acclaim: because of this, the collective begun to garner a global pursuing and toured on both edges from the Atlantic, playing from membership gigs to celebrations. Dawn was accompanied by sunlight EP and another assortment of remixes. Build an Ark’s following full-length Love Component 1, appeared in ’09 2009; Love Component 2 — documented through the same periods as its forerunner but with a totally different musical concentrate — premiered in 2010.