By: Anand Harsh
In a dramatic moment of political upheaval, it'd be a bad look for the underground bass scene to sit this one out. The good news is that thanks to a couple dozen crews, a jam-packed compilation is raising funds to fuel the Black Lives Matter movement.
The Collectives Collective, as the name implies, houses some of our favorite crews from across the country including Above and Below, Spicy Bois, The Undergrowth, Mean Mug, Rapture Studios, Wormhole, and too many more to mention. They got their enlisted together to collect nearly 100 songs for the inaugural Sounds of Solidarity comp which features some of our faves like Toadface and MeSo, Secret Recipe, jordnmoody, Big City, Trigem, Zeplinn, and acts like Vibe Emissions and just john putting in double duty for multiple crews.
All of the proceeds are being divided between the Equal Justice Initiative and the NAACP. For $20, you can snag yourself a whole boatload of the best in the cutting edge bass scene, and help out an incredible cause. It's a great time to pitch in what you can, and demonstrate that this scene has a good heart and a great message.
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