Support the Acid Relief Compilation

by on September 02, 2011 in releases

Music and positive action. There are good people working with many ways to make positive change, and in the case of this 16 track compilation it’s to raise money for the DEC’s East Africa Crisis appeal.

Put together by the London-based crew behind the regular I Love Acid night and Balkan Vinyl this is not only a brilliant compilation of acid infused electro, techno, old skool breaks and rave but a small action that can affect and be part of a bigger result.

All the artists of the compilation have contributed their work for free and neither Balkan Vinyl nor I Love Acid are taking any cut from the money raised. You can send money direct to the cause by visiting their Just Giving page and you can choose to pay what you want for the 16 tracks. (thou: if you do choose to download for free, please help spread the word about the compilation, by sharing it on your Twitter, Facebook, website, or forum. Thanks!)

The DEC brings together 14 leading UK aid agencies to finance relief for people affected by major disasters in poorer countries. They never spend more than 5% of the money they raise on fundraising or promotion. Their member agencies never spend more than 7% supporting their aid efforts from the UK.

This means the MINIMUM spent on aid delivered overseas is 88%

VA – Acid Relief
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LFO – I Love Acid
Posthuman – The Benz
Ben Sims – Barrow Boy Acid
Paul Mac – Acid Jam
Hrdvsion – Yes, That Was What I Meant
Chevron – Haunted By Houndstooth
Affie Yusuf – Acid Playground
Stephen Brown – Oddity
Trackman – Track Three
Digitonal – Box Relief
Shinra – Maze
Transparent Sound – Insert Coin
Global Goon – ACDCKLF
Slipmatt – Acid Soldier
AGT Rave Cru – Zombie 303
Luke Vibert – Jungle Hitler