convert money into help for refugees via the purchase of midwichian dronetroniks

October 4, 2015 at 7:41 pm | Posted in midwich, no audience underground | Leave a comment
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the brunt

Ladies and gentlemen, all music on the midwich bandcamp site is now available on a ‘name your price’ basis.  This includes the two releases I previously wanted payment for: RFM fundraiser the brunt (pictured) and last year’s epic charity compilation eye for detail – 27 artists remix tracks from the midwich back catalogue, 3 hours and 40 minutes of scene-spanning awesomeness.  If you aren’t aware of the latter, or didn’t have the five quid donation I was insisting on, then here’s your chance to ease it onto the hard drive.

Any payment received for any of these midwich related releases will be donated to British Red Cross and until Christmas I’ll be specifically donating to their Refugee Crisis Appeal.  You may be aware of the front line medical help they supply in disaster situations but may not be familiar with the global network they have for tracing missing family members, or the support they provide to refugees in accessing services and adapting to life in a new country. You can read more about what they do via the links above.

OK, I’ll say no more.  Should you wish to convert some money into help for people who need it via the purchase of (I hope) diverting electronic music then you know what to do.  All donations of any size very much appreciated.

With love, Rob H

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