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We Move Together brings Drum & Bass together for it's latest attack against Racism

Drum and Bass | Tuesday 21st July 2020 | Arren

Free From Sleep has teamed up with 40 drum & bass labels/brands in an approach to help combat and dismantle systemic racism in the scene and beyond.

London based music brand Free From Sleep yesterday announced their new initiative to combat racism. Teaming up with 40 drum & bass brands/labels, they’ve produced a slick new T-Shirt for their We Move Together campaign. 100% of the profits from sales will go to various worthy charities including The Stephen Lawrence Foundation, Black Minds Matter UK, The Bail Project and Nederland Wordt Beter.

Loads of the biggest brands and labels from across the drum & bass scene are involved including RAM, Shogun Audio, Outlook, Rupture, Virus and Viper. It’s a massive community effort from a scene which owes so much to Black culture and people, and indeed suffers when our Black communities suffer. Recently the world has banded together in support of Black Lives Matter movement, and this is just the latest way the drum & bass community is trying to help.

The t-shirts themselves look sick and are a great way to help support the movement in a very powerful way. They’re on sale now, with two colour styles available from Free From Sleep’s website. Get yours and support the movement now.

Below are all the labels involved:
Audioporn Records
Blackout Music
C4C Limited
Critical Music
Cylon Recordings
Different Music
Dispatch Recordings
Dance Concept
Dread Recordings
Dutty Audio
Eatbrain
Elevate Audio
Exit Records
FFS
Flexout Audio
Formation Recordings
Get Hype Records
Inperspective Records
Korsakov Music
Low Down Deep
Mac II Recordings
Metalheadz
Outlook
Overview
RAM Records
Renegade Hardware
Rupture LDN
Shogun Audio
Sofa Sounds
Souped Up
Space Cadet
Spearhead Records
Symmetry Recordings
Technique Recordings
The North Quarter
Therapy Sessions
Trendkill Records
V Recordings
Virus Recordings
Viper Recordings
Vision Recordings

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