Atlanta based and Matador recording artists ALGIERS have released a special edition 7” to support the struggle to end state violence against Black people and dismantle white supremacy. “Can the Sub_Bass Speak” b/w “It All Comes Around Again” will be available physically only through Bandcamp during the 24-hour period that the site is waiving its revenue share on June 5th. The songs will remain available online indefinitely.
“This release has been created to support, in a small way, those who continue to struggle under life and death circumstances to end the miserable condition that exists for Black and other oppressed people in this country and its colonial world,” writes the band.” “We dedicate this to the families of those who have been murdered by the police state in America and encourage our supporters to continue to donate in their memory.”
The A-side — previously released as a standalone single — is drawn from the band’s audiovisual collaboration of the same name and features contributions from saxophonics pioneer Skerik and drummer D’Vonne Lewis. “It All Comes Around Again” is an unreleased track available here for the first time.
Metro Atlanta Mutual Aid Fund
A mutual aid fund for members of the most vulnerable, displaced and marginalized target-groups who are residing in the counties of Fulton, Dekalb, Clayton, Douglas, Cobb, Gwinnett, Henry, and Rockdale. Funds are targeted towards Black, Indigenous, and peoples of color. The organization gives special consideration within these communities to women/femmes, non-binary and queer folks, the poor and working class, people living with disabilities, and undocumented and refugee members.
As They Lay
As They Lay is a nomadic curatorial, programming and art making initiative seeking to curate projects and community events that foster collaboration, creative action, and reflection. As an anti white supremacist capitalist patriarchal social practice, As They Lay advocates for those who have been pushed into the margins with an emphasis on black liberation. The goal of as they lay is to curate a myriad of cultural programming and art that will aid in the transformation for a more sustainable, inclusive, nourishing, and interconnected creative climate for artists living in Baltimore
Black Alliance for Just Immigration
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