Compilations from February 2021: Pt. 1
Compilations from February 2021: Pt. 1

Compilations from February 2021: Pt. 1

‘And In the End​.​.​.​’ Help Musicians UK Charity Compilation (Hope Not Hate)

‘And In the End..’ is a fundraising album for the charity Help Musicians UK with every penny (after Bandcamp/Paypal fees) going direct to the charity.
Help Musicians is an independent UK charity for professional musicians of all genres, from starting out through to retirement.
They help at times of crisis, but also at times of opportunity, giving people the extra support they need at a crucial stage.

Reading: Simon Tucker / Louder Than War


Rites of Kindling (Liquid Library)

All proceeds from this compilation will go to Bristol’s emergency COVID winter fund.
This is a emergency help for those in our Bristol communities struggling to pay their energy bills during this COVID winter.

Paying for safety, heat and light is absurd, cruel and has no place in a just society

Featuring C. M. Slenko, Yol, Tapes and Tubes, Territorial Gobbing, Viridian Ensemble and more.


Messages (PurZynth Rekords)

Messages is our third Compilation and first 100% 80’s Retrowave style release presenting 11 tracks of new, classics and recent Synthwave hits fuelled with great voices from the worldwide scene.

Includes exclusive new tracks from Elevate the Sky feat. Oceanside85, Acid Arcade and new version from Millennium Falck.

via Annie Zaleski


Civil disobedience – လူထုမနာခံမှု part 4​/​4 (Syrphe)

Following the events in Myanmar in 2021, and after several email exchanges with friends (activists and artists) there, I decided to set up another compilation project on order to collect money to offer VPN subscriptions to journalists, activists, artists (…) based in Myanmar to allow them to easily bypass censorship and communicate with the outside world. The benefits will also be transferred to a friend in Yangon who well wisely use the money to help and support demonstrators and activists who fight for freedom as well as social, ethnic, sexual, philosophical (…) equality and respect.

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