Bandcamp NAACP fundraiser

Bandcamp does it again. Twice since COVID-19 shut down live music venues across the country, the music streaming and selling company has donated its share of sales back to its artists, who took a major financial hit with no performing income left. Next week, from midnight to midnight Juneteenth, they’ll be donating 100% of their usual cut of sales to the NAACP. A statement with more details and clarifying their values as a company can be read here.

If you’re here, I’m willing to bet you’re already making a list and checking it twice. But if you still need some inspiration, here are some recent staff favorites with work available on Bandcamp:

Tyler Holmes, Nothing
Featured In: New Tyler Holmes EP: ‘Nothing’

W.O.E., Ultrawarm Indices
Featured In: Drift through Steinhart Aquarium with W.O.E.

Mia Pixley, Spar Suite
Featured In: Hear Oakland cellist Mia Pixley’s new single, “Where You Stood”

The Seshen, CYAN
Featued In: The Seshen make the call on “Don’t Answer”

Sound Minerz, Between Time
Featured In: Premiere: Sound Minerz ponder the many meanings of success on “F.A.M.E.”