Outsider launches compilation to fundraise for Palestinian children’s relief and medical aid

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‘From the River to the Sea’, a charity compilation fundraising for Palestine Children’s Relief Fund and Medical Aid for Palestinians, has been released on Bandcamp.

All proceeds from the 20-track compilation will be split equally between the two charities, minus Bandcamp and PayPal fees.

DJ, producer, Saffron Records mentor and tutor Outsider organised the ‘From the River to the Sea’, initially putting a call-out to producers on their Instagram over a week ago.

Artists such as Gwero, Human Resources, Kekec, lifeisfeedback as well as Outsider themselves, duly contributed to a project that spans acid, ambient, bass, disco, house, jungle, noise and techno. Outsider is a queer electronic musician that uses process-based composition techniques and custom software instruments in their contemporary dance music productions.

On Instagram, the Saffron Records mentor shared how “immensley grateful to all of the artists involved for sharing their amazing music with [them]” they are, whilst calling for “peace and solidarity to all” and the condemnation of “the ethnic cleansing of Gaza.”

News of the ‘From the River to the Sea’ compilation release comes after Hessle Audio and Nervous Horizon producer Toumba put out ‘For Palestine’ on October 14.

‘For Palestine’ combines six tracks of lost files, dubs and unreleased material with all proceeds going towards Medical Aid for Palestine.

You can buy ‘From the River to the Sea’ here.


Human Resources ‘Blanket’
19arrascaeta ‘knafeh’
Gwero ‘Get Up
scud ‘none of them safe’
Willillah and Noise Diva ‘IDGAF’
lifeisfeedback ‘bulldozer’
50FTW ‘Six Thousand’
Outsider ‘Really Good Advice’
Daphnellc ‘Untitled’
Disco Samir ‘Screech’
AURA ‘Fortitude’
Izzy Locke ‘Give Me’
Brad Bradley ‘Fat Tony’s Plate’
Getdown Services ‘Less Worses
Galaxy Wolf in Space ‘Sundown Adventureland’
Bella Cuts ‘Waiting’
[kevinindafield] ‘Chain Reaction’
Kekec ‘Prvič’
Lara David ‘sLoHmop’
samb_rules ‘twenty two’

Tibor Heskett is Mixmag’s Digital Intern, follow him on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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