There are currently four ways you can support the Earthville Network while you shop: the Earthville Market, Amazon.com, eBay, and the Apple iTunes Store.
The Earthville Market
The Earthville Market is a "global peddler cart for art with heart," an eco-friendly online boutique selling inspiring music from around the world. Your purchases benefit the Earthville Network. Take me there »
Earthville & Amazon
We encourage you to support your local "Ma and Pa" shops. If you do shop online, however, we are happy to be able to provide you with ways to make sure that your purchases benefit a good cause, and at no extra cost to you!
When you click the button above to get to Amazon.com, not only will you benefit from discount prices but also a percentage of the sale will automatically go to support the Earthville Network's educational and charitable projects!
Earthville & eBay
Do you sell or buy on eBay? If so, you can support Earthville through the eBay Giving Works program. Sellers can list items through eBay Giving Works and donate from 10 to 100% of the proceeds to Earthville and, when doing so, receive higher visibility for their auctions. Buyers can support Earthville by buying items listed with Earthville as a beneficiary. See Earthville's eBay Giving Works page »
Earthville on iTunes
You can also support the Earthville Network while treating yourself or a loved one to great music from around the world when you buy any of the songs or albums from the Earthville/CreatioNation record label on the iTunes store. The albums currently available on iTunes are:
Fire in the Lake ~ by Ngyuen Ngoc Khanh ~ A thrilling specimen of authentic, powerful Vietnamese traditional music from an award-winning master musician acclaimed as a "national treasure" in his home country of Vietnam for his virtuosic performances on the ken (a reed instrument similar to the Indo-Persian shehnai) and erhu.
Ancient Flower ~ by Hoa Trang An ~ The strings of Hoa Trang An resonate with the mesmerizing melodies of traditional music from all corners of Vietnam, painting poetically with the rich cultural palette of their homeland.
SATU ~ by Gamelan X ~ What do you get when you alchemize the instruments of a Balinese marching gamelan with spicy flavors of Balkan and Middle-Eastern traditional music and the sensitivities of jazz, then fortify the grooves with drum set, brass, woodwinds, strings, synthesizer, and soprano voice, throw in several voracious composers, and set them free at Burning Man? File under: (Out of This) World Music!
Thunkadelicate ~ by Scarth Locke ~ The endearingly eclectic first release from avant-alternative maestro Scarth Locke, which fuses the playful with the soulful as it weaves through grooves and intimate reflections.
Hold On, Let Go ~ by Scarth Locke ~ This sophomore release from Scarth Locke steps up the energy as we are treated to a party in the artist's colorful mind and heart.
Shiral HaLev ~ by the Chochmat HaLev Ensemble ~ Shirat HaLev weaves a unique blend of Middle-Eastern, Asian, European, and American musical textures into a rich tapestry of passion and spiritual power. These recordings breathe new life into several traditional spirituals, and also features several fresh original songs that draw on diverse roots and reach into new territory.