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Music: Rhythm Section – Compilation For Dominica

The new compilation tape from Rhythm Section is a personal one. Last year, Hurricane Maria tore through the beautiful island of Dominica, leaving a path of destruction in its wake. It’s the worst hurricane to hit Dominica on record, and thus left much of the natural landscape to die and left the inhabitants on in humanitarian crisis. This unfortunate disaster prompted founder Bradley Zero, who is of Dominican descent, to release Compilation For Dominica, a collection of gorgeous disco-infused and tribal electronic records from some of the most talented artists from London and beyond. It includes music from the likes of Will Lister, Duke Hugh, Ruf Dug, Prequel, Moses Boyd, Dreems and many many others.

This tape is available to buy from Bandcamp, and 100% of the profits made from this project will go to charity, to help the millions still affected by the tragedy. So please buy, and be generous with your donations, because it’s for an essential, humanitarian cause.

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