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5 Recommendations for Bandcamp’s Voting Rights Fundraiser

Broken down by genre

Bandcamp is donating 100% today (Friday, September 28, “midnight to midnight Pacific Time”) of its share of proceeds from sales on the website to the Voting Rights Project. Often when Bandcamp does these fundraisers, the musicians also chip in their share. If you’re looking for something to buy, given how expansive Bandcamp’s holdings are, here are five recommendations:

Ambient: Mount Vision by Emily A. Sprague.

Hip-Hop: Delve Into Classical Moog by Kev Brown.

Downtempo Beats: Tidy by Ally Mobbs (with piano by ioflow on one track).

Trance: City of Light by Bill Laswell and collaborators Lori Carson, Trilok Gurtu, John Balance and Peter Christopherson (of Coil), and Tetsu Inoue.

Classical: Diary Reworks, on which eight acts rework music from Michael Price’s album Diary. Participants include: Michael A. Muller, Library Tapes, Dmitry Evgrafov, Sophie Hutchings, Madeleine Cocolas, Julia Kent, Akira Kosemura, and Marco Caricola.

By Marc Weidenbaum

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