Bank robber, rough trade release compilation convenient black vision – variety2 min read
A new collection called “Talk – Action = Zero” will feature individual artists from around the world, paying tribute to black Americans who died as a result of police brutality. “Talk – Action = Zero” is exclusively on the bandcamp today (Friday, June 5) – dropping its sales fee today, which means all money will go to Black Vision, which will earn all the money from the album. Was prepared within days.
George Floyd, Brecona Taylor, Ahmad Arberry, and other acts of violence against black people were created because of systemic racism, white supremacy, and police brutality.
Featuring more than 90 songs, including Phantogram, Jesse Malin, J. Watts, Nada Surf’s Matthew Ka, Bertie’s Strange, Lonemoon, Rogue Wave and Crashing Hotels, as well as Nick Andre, Carriers, Latif The Contribution. Featured demos, wine cuts and live recordings as well as Naomi.
Developing Minnesota’s emerging black leadership, supporting the black community through justice, supporting the local LGBTQA community, conducting strong, strategic campaigns, and building a grassroots movement will all benefit Black Vision Collective, a Minnesota-based organization. Black Visions Collective organizes discussions, art exhibitions, and events to encourage the voices of black and LGBTQ people and to create a broader sense of community in Minnesota. For more information on the Black Visions Collective, visit BlackVisions.MNR. / See visit
Emily Roman of Bank Rubber Music said: “As a small company we have always been committed to our artist community, but it would be a disaster not to recognize the music we like and the roster of artists we present are influenced by black culture. The black community is in a time of change. We wanted to use our platform to broaden these two communities that allow us to do what we love every day in this industry. We are extremely grateful to the artists we work with who moved fast as part of this benefit collection ; We’re here for our artists, and we stand with Black Live Matter.This time to dive, dig deep and take action.
According to the announcement, the compilation was completed in less than a week, thanks to the contributions of so many artists who contributed to the campaign against white supremacy, racism and police brutality while voluntarily raising funds for a supporter. Black company. The track list includes most of the artists who work directly with Bank Rubber Music and Rough Trade Publishing.