Supporting Black Artist on Juneteenth - Bandcamp

Today, Bandcamp is donating 100% of their share of sales to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. As a result, many artists and labels are donating their share of profits to anti-racist organizations. There’s a ton of music out butto help sort through the new releases head over to The site is a crowd-sourced list of Black artists on Bandcamp, which originally started as a google doc circulating on Twitter and is now a fully functional, searchable database.

In celebration of Juneteenth and Bandcamp’s donations, House of Altr released a surprise compilation. Curated by Moma Ready and AceMoMa, the release spans 27 fresh tracks from Black artists. “Featuring the future of Black electronic music, and as the music as it exists in its current state. In these trying times, we come together to stake claim on the roots of techno and its potential future.”

Black artists are instrumental to electronic music. The history of the genre as we know it is inherently Black. Support Black artists not only today, but every day.

We also bought a couple more albums, all of the following are Name Your Own Price, so go grab some great tunes and help raise money for great causes.

Speaker Music - Black Nationalist Sonic Weaponry // Speaker Music channels the modernist Black tradition of rhythm and soul music as an intellectual site and sound of generational trauma, bursting through the frames of Western music and thought.

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