Bandcamp Hosts 24-Hour Event ‘GOOD MUSIC TO ENSURE SAFE ABORTION ACCESS TO ALL’ For Abortion Rights 

If you’ve been keeping up with the news, then you’ve most likely heard and know Roe vs. Wade has been overturned. This will cause many states in the U.S to no longer have safe abortion resources or procedures available for women, and instead will criminalize them for making personal decisions for their bodily autonomy.

Fortunately, Good Music is joining NOISE FOR NOW, a non-profit organization that focuses on health care, reproductive justice, and women’s rights, in announcing a new fundraising compilation that will benefit organizations regarding abortion access and helps those people affected by abortion regulations in their own states. Good Music To Ensure Safe Abortion Access To All is a complication of unreleased projects by well-known artists that will be fully accessible during this charity.

These songs were made available at 12am PT last night via Bandcamp, and will only be available until 12am PT tomorrow.

Numerous artists of many different genres have decided to participate in this event and chances are, you’ve heard of a few on the list. Some artists include Amanda Shires x Jason Isbell, David Byrne x Devo, Death Cab for Cutie, Fleet Foxes, Gia Margaret, Grouplove, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Mac DeMarco, Maya Hawke, Overcoats, Pearl Jam, PUP, The Regrettes, R.E.M., Sleater-Kinney, Soccer Mommy, Tegan and Sara, Wet Leg, and many more. 

For this event, 100% of the net proceeds that come in will be turned over to supporting non-profit organizations such as Brigid Alliance—a referral-based service that provides travel, food, lodging, child care, and other strategic support for people seeking abortions; and as well as NOISE FOR NOW, who are working with the Abortion Care Network in order to help support independent abortion clinics. 

More information here.

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