Brum compilation album showcases new electronically influenced artists in aid of charity!

During the pandemic lock down, music has been one of the key things that has helped a lot of us from going completely insane. Having all this time on our hands has allowed us as creatives to write and finish new songs, and as music fans, to rediscover old songs and discover new artists. We want to harness the resistance music has against tragic circumstances to help with the fight against Covid-19.

This compilation album showcases some of the most exciting up and coming electronically influenced artists from Birmingham. It also includes an exclusive release of our new song PSHE, which will not be made available elsewhere. We have put the album up on Bandcamp (link in bio) where you can pay whatever you wish. All money made will be donated to local food banks in Brum run by The Trussell Trust. As a community of music lovers, this is an opportunity for us to come together to support our local music scene and raise as much money as we can to help those in need in our city!     

As the spread of the Coronavirus worsened, the demand for food has increased and a staggering amount of people from all backgrounds have been experiencing financial difficulties. Many of these people have been unsure as to how they will afford to buy food. This means that The Trussell Trust’s mission to stop UK hunger is more important now than ever. Your donations through purchasing this album will really help their cause.

Please donate!

And enjoy how brilliant and diverse your local music scene is!!

More info here: masshouseofficial.com/Quarantine-Machine

Link to donate: masshouse.bandcamp.com/album/quarantine-machine-birmingham-edition

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