I am a big fan of Bandcamp. And campaigns like this are a large part of the reason why. This Friday, June 5, the music site is once again waiving its share of sales to support artists impacted by Covid-19. Below you’ll find a list of artists and labels preparing special releases for Friday, including those donating their share to organizations in support of racial justice and change. Also, keep in mind that on Friday, June 19, Bandcamp will donate 100% of our share of sales to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund to support their work. More info here. Meanwhile, start putting together your shopping list from these titles:
!!!: Releasing new single Do the Dial Tone.
Apocalyptic Witchcraft: Releasing new compilation to benefit local NHS trusts.
Art of Fighting: Releasing exclusive new shirt design.
Baauer: Releasing sophomore album Planet’s Mad.
Barsuk Records: Sharing 100% of digital revenue with artists.
Bayonet: Bandcamp exclusives include a dance remix and three new tracks, including the first new music from Beach Fossils in three years.
BBE Music: Offering 30% off sale across entire catalog.
Blip Discs: All proceeds from Swordman Kitala remix album will be donated to fund physio/speech therapy for Kitala, who suffered a stroke earlier this year.
Bongo Joe: Exclusive new single from YĪN YĪN; new tote bag; repress of Nilamayé’s Las Flores Del Sol with special red cover; releasing special limited edition cassette version of Maghreb K7 Club compilation.
Bonny Doon: Donating all proceeds from sales of new compilation to Black Lives Matter.
Brutal Panda: Releasing charity comp featuring Moon Destroys, Ruby the Hatchet, Kowloon Walled City and many more, with proceeds being donated to Campaign Zero.
Carpark: Offering exclusive new Emily Reo single, One Eye on the Sky.
Cascine: Donating a portion of all sales to Black Visions Collective.
Centripetal Force: Donating all proceeds to Reclaim the Block.
Chitra: Offering limited edition bundle.
Stef Chura: Donating all proceeds from purchases of hats or t-shirts from June 1 – 8 to Black Visions Collective and The Bail Project.
Paul Chin: Donating all proceeds to Black Mental Health Matters.
Citóg: Exclusive release of new album.
Citrus City: Donating 100% of all sales for the next two weeks to organizations assisting Black LGBTQ+ communities.
Comedy Minus One: Offering previously unreleased live set from Silkworm, recorded in 1994 at Empty Bottle; new track from Mint Mile to benefit Lincoln Square Friendship Center in Chicago.
Cool Parents: Donating all proceeds from sales of latest LP to Philadelphia Bail Fund.
Counter Intuitive: Donating all proceeds from sales to bail funds, with a matching donation up to $1000 from the label.
Crafted Sounds: Donating 100% of digital and 25% of physical sales to bail funds and organizations benefiting people of color from June 5 – June 7; releasing new album from Buddie, as well as hats, one-of-a-kind embroidered shirts, and tie-dyed tote bags.
Da Lata: Offering 20% off across catalog.
Damnably: Donating 100% of their share of sales to Stand Against Racism & Inequality and Black Thrive; offering new merch from Otoboke Beaver, Drinking Boys and Girls Choir, and Say Sue Me.
Dare to Care: Sharing 100% of digital revenue with artists.
Dark Descent: Donating 25% of all sales to The Place, an outreach program for homeless young people.
Dark Entries: Donating all proceeds from digital sales to Bay Area Anti-Repression Committee.
Darker than Wax: Announcing pre-order for first installment in new compilation series, Various Channels.
Deathbomb Arc: Donating 50% of all profits from this Friday, as well as 25% of all profits from this week, to Black Lives Matter and bail funds.
Deep Jungle: Exclusive new singles from DJ Monk & Top Cat, and Harmony.
Dependent: Sharing 100% of digital revenue with artists.
DIY Casual: Donating 50% of the proceeds from a new compilation to a local COVID19 Recovery organization, and 50% to Campaign Zero.
Double Double Whammy: Donating 100% of all proceeds to the Movement for Black Lives and The Loveland Foundation.
Eglo Records: Donating 100% of digital revenue to the NAACP.
EMIKA: Re-release of deleted album Chaos Star.
Exploding in Sound: Donating 100% of all sales to Campaign Zero and the National Bailout Fund.
Far Out Recordings: Releasing exclusive new compilation O Aperto Da Saudade; offering 20% off all items.
Father/Daughter: Donating $1 for every item sold to Black Lives Matter.
Fell From the Tree: Donating to Black Visions Minnesota and the Jesse Pratt López fund for homeless black trans women.
Fire Talk: Donating all proceeds to NAACP Legal Defense Fund.
Fire Records: Releasing new name-your-price compilation; releasing new bundles and test pressings from across the catalog; exclusive digital EP from Islet and exclusive pre-order of the reissue of Giant Sand’s Ramp.
First Word Records: Donating their share of sales to the NAACP and Reclaim the Block.
Flochango & the Moneyshots: Donating all proceeds from the song For George Floyd to Minnesota Freedom Fund.
Folkadelphia: Sharing 100% of profits with artists.
Chris Forsyth: Releasing four recordings — three studio, one live — from the Solar Motel, all previously unavailable digitally: covers of Woodpiles On The Side of The Road, Alice in Blunderland, When You Smile, and Barstool Blues.
42 Records: Sharing 100% of digital revenue with artists; releasing exclusive new Any Other EP.
Full Time Hobby: Sharing 100% of digital revenue with artists; releasing exclusive new track from Dana Gavanski.
Get Better Records: Donating 100% of all proceeds to the Philadelphia Community Bail Fund and Black & Pink National.
Ghostly International: Sharing 100% of digital revenue with artists.
Ghoul: Donating 100% of sales to The Bail Project.
Gilead Media: Releasing exclusive Cavernlight cover of The Black Crow by Songs:Ohia.
Glitterbeat: 15% off with use of the code “bandcamprules”.
Great Grandpa: Making all titles Name Your Price, with proceeds split between Black Visions Collective and Northwest Community Bail Fund.
Grimalkin Records: Releasing exclusive new cassette compilation with hand-drawn cover.
Grosse Boite: Sharing 100% of digital revenue with artists.
Hachiku: Releasing new beanies, t-shirts, and patches.
Hardly Art: Sharing 100% of digital revenue with artists; releasing new music from Versing and Protomartyr.
Hassle Records: Sharing 100% of digital revenue with artists; releasing limited edition rarities from The Used, Lonely The Brave, and Frank Iero.
Hit City USA: Donating all proceeds to Black Lives Matter.
Holiday Maker: Releasing demo version of new Family Jordan single; splitting all proceeds between artists and the charity of their choosing.
Hoodna Orchestra: All proceeds from new single Sof Layla (Ba Hoodna) to benefit Hoodna Bar in Florentin, Tel Aviv.
Jayda G: Releasing limited edition new 12″ produced using climate-neutral processes on 140g black recycled lead-free calcium zinc-based vinyl. Sleeve in FSC certified or recycled paper. Vegan ink print. No shrink-wrap.
Jon Hassell: Opening pre-orders for new studio album Seeing Through Sound.
Hotel Neon: Donating all proceeds to Campaign Zero.
Houndstooth: Sharing 100% of digital revenue with artists.
I LIKE TRAINS: Limited edition clear vinyl release of new LP KOMPROMAT, along with limited edition pen plot art prints and new T-Shirt design.
Infinite Illectrik: Releasing exclusive Quadraphonic Stylus Ensemble remixes of the 16 locked grooves the make up Side D of Four Tet’s Sixteen Oceans, in co-operation with Four Tet himself.
International Chrome: Donating all proceeds to GLP Bailout Fund for U.S. protestors.
Jim McHugh: Donating all proceeds from For Big Floyd to Reclaim the Block.
Jockstrap: Releasing debut EP, Wicked City.
Kanine Records: Offering next-day, contactless bicycle delivery of all physical purchases made within New York City, Brooklyn, and Queens.
King Vision Ultra: Donating 100% of the proceeds from a new mix to National Bail Out.
Kryptox: Releasing exclusive new EP.
Laraaji: Releasing second single from forthcoming new studio album.
Lithics: Donating all revenue from tote bag sales to Don’t Shoot Portland.
Lobster Theremin: Donating 100% of profits to organizations that benefit people of color, as well as to bail funds.
Low Key Source: Exclusive release of mix CD Low Key Source, Vol. 2.
Luminelle: Donating 100% of digital revenue to Detroit Justice Center.
LYAM: Releasing new single, N_o caller ID.
Magnetic Eye: Sharing 100% of digital revenue with artists.
Maple Death Records: Donating 30% of all sales to Refugees Welcome Italia.
Marc Manning: Exclusive release of new LP October & Dream Time.
m8riarchy: Offering debut release.
Merge Records: Sharing 100% of digital revenue with artists; releasing new live album from Fruit Bats, a new single from The Clientele, and Volumes 1-6 & 8-9 of Superchunk’s Clambakes series.
Milk! Records: Releasing new EP from Jade Imagine both digitally and as a cassette limited to 100 units.
Mint Records: Offering rare test pressings from Wares, The Pack A.D., lié and Tough Age; donating 100% of sales made from June 1 through June 7 to Black in BC Mutual Aid Fund, Black Lives Matter Vancouver, and Progressives Everywhere Bail Fund.
Monolord: Releasing exclusive instrumental remix of the band’s 2014 album Vaenir.
Mr. Bungle: Giving 100% of proceeds from new track & new T-Shirt style to Musicares Covid-19 Relief Fund.
My Favorite: Donating all digital sales to Black Lives Matter.
My Pet Flamingo: Donating all proceeds from all digital sales to the Minnesota Freedom Fund.
NLV Records: Releasing new EP from Ninajirachi.
NNA Tapes: Sharing 100% of digital revenue with artists; announcing vinyl repress of Horse Lords’ 2014 album Hidden Cities.
Nordvis: Offering 10% off across the catalog.
The North Quarter: Selling exclusive merch, test pressings, and special bundles.
On the Corner: Early digital release of Siti Muharam’s Siti of Unguja, with all proceeds going to the band; releasing special Khalab vinyl bundle, with proceeds being dedicated to fighting white supremacy in the U.S.
One Little Indian: Making the stems for Crass’s The Feeding Of The 5000 available for remixing, with all proceeds donated to the UK charity Refuge.
Optimo Music: Donating 100% of proceeds to Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights, and Positive Housing In Action; releasing exclusive new compilation as well as a new EP from Ana Helder.
Pale Spring: Donating 100% of proceeds from remaining merch to Black Visions Collective.
Paradise of Bachelors: Matching all digital sales with donations to local bail funds as well as Black Lives Matter.
Partisan Records: Sharing 100% of digital revenue with artists; releasing new album from Westerman.
Perennial: Donating all proceeds to NAACP Legal Defense Fund.
Pieater: Offering 20% discount with use of code “piepack”; offering five signed copies of Slow Dancer’s In a Mood along with exclusive merch from Pieater, Big Scary, and Christopher Port; #1 Dad’s Golden Repair vinyl in stock.
Planet Trip: Exclusive new release.
Polythought: Releasing Retrospect, their debut body of work.
Post Notice: Donating 100% of revenue to Minnesota Freedom Fund until further notice.
Prophecy: Sharing 100% of digital revenue with artists.
Really From: Donating all proceeds to NAACP Legal Defense Fund.
Record Kicks: Donating 100% of proceeds from Record Kicks Chartbusters to NAACP Legal Defense Fund.
Rectangle Creep: Donating all proceeds to the ACLU.
Rhythm Section International: Offering 10% off all weekend, a free badge for orders over £30 (before postage), and a free surprise RS record & badge for orders over £50. Releasing new turntable slipmats, a Ruf Dug sample pack, and a live album from 30/70. Donating 10% of proceeds from the entire weekend to the Se15 community Fund.
Riding Easy: Sharing 100% of digital revenue with artists.
Rituals of Mine: All proceeds from new single donated to the NorCal resistance fund.
Ropeadope: Offering last of the first pressings of Velvet Portraits vinyl, signed Yazz Ahmed vinyl, test pressings, and archival audio from the Ropeadope vault. Will offer early release of upcoming titles for 24 hours only, and launch crowdfunding campaign for Aaron Parks’ Little Big II: Dreams of a Mechanical Man.
Running Back Records: Two new albums from Rheji Burrell; first digital release of Running Back Presents Strada Professional Sound Effects.
RVG: Limited edition Feral vinyl & sweater bundle.
RVNG: Redistributing proceeds from all sales towards individual black artists living in NYC, and working with black community leaders to identify and reach those individuals.
Sacred Bones Records: Donating 100% of all digital sales split between The Loveland Foundation and a nationwide bail fund that splits donations among community bail funds.
Sad13: Donating all profits to bail funds.
Saddle Creek: Sharing 100% of digital revenue with artists.
The Secret History: Donating all digital sales to Black Lives Matter.
Shadow Show: Donating all proceeds from digital sales to Reclaim the Block.
Slime Recordings: Donating their share of sales to Black Lives Matter and affiliate organizations.
Snips: Donating all proceeds from their catalog for all of next week to the Minnesota Freedom Fund.
Suah Sounds: 100% of the proceeds from The Co-Isolation Sessions given to North Carolina Restaurant Workers’ Relief Fund.
Suburban Living: Donating all funds from a previously unreleased demo to the official George Floyd Memorial Fund.
Sub Pop: Sharing 100% of revenue with artists; releasing new LP from Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, as well as new music from The Helio Sequence, Hot Snakes, Pissed Jeans, Shannon Lay & Steve Gunn, Shabazz Palaces ft. Stas THEE Boss, and Mudhoney.
Sundazed: Exclusive release of five new titles: Garland Records, Pacific Northwest Pandora’s Box; DART, Presenting DART; Morning Reign, Taking Cover; Billy Bobbs and the Chips, Teedle De Bum Bum b/w Shim Sham; Austin Sisters, It Happened At The Hop b/w Love Can Do Most Anything.
Vida Sunshyne: Exclusive release of Second to None ft. Juzlo.
Swing Tings: Donating all proceeds to organizations dedicated to fighting racism.
John Tejada: Releasing exclusive new track.
Tender Loving Empire: Offering 20% off with code “washyourhands”.
13th Hour: Releasing new 12” 13th Hour, Vol. 5.
Thrill Jockey: Releasing several LPs at a reduced price, with proceeds going to anti-racism charities; releasing a handful of limited-edition color LPs that were unearthed during a recent warehouse clearout.
TimeSlaves: Donating all proceeds from all digital sales to the Minnesota Freedom Fund.
Tompkins Square: Releasing Imaginational Anthem Vol. X:Overseas Edition; Exclusive pre-order for new Josh Kimbrough album; offering 80% off Tompkins Square discography purchases; releasing Out of the Ashes: A Benefit Album for Minneapolis with proceeds going to local Minneapolis charities.
TOPS: Donating 100% of profits on Friday to Black Lives Matter LA and Hoodstock Montreal.
Tourist: Donating all sales through the month of June to the George Floyd Memorial Fund.
Toy Tonics: Releasing exclusive new EP.
Turbo Recordings: Donating 100% of digital sales in June to Minnesota Freedom Fund, Reclaim the Block and the official George Floyd memorial fund.
TV Girl: Matching, dollar-for-dollar, any purchases of the record (up to $5,000) and donating it all to a Los Angeles-based bail relief fund.
Ty Segall & Cory Hanson: First ever studio-recorded and mastered release of Ty Segall and Cory Hanson single, She’s a Beam and Milk Bird Flyer.
Unknown to the Unknown: New ambient EP from Marquis Hawkes.
UNO NYC: Releasing exclusive, limited T-Shirt hand-dyed, printed, and patched by Gobby, in support of his new EP.
Jorge Velez: Donating 50% of proceeds from all sales from new EP to legal & bail fees for jailed protestors.
Whited Sepulchre Records: Donating digital sales to Black Vision Collective & Cincinatti Bail Fund.
Whities: Donating 100% of proceeds from digital sales to Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust.
Wicca Phase Springs Eternal: Matching proceeds from all sales with a donation to National Bail Out.
Window Seat: Donating 100% of all proceeds to Black Lives Matter.
WOE Records: Relaunching the label with exclusive release of Safejas’ debut single, Eyeline Inspector.
Wrong Island: Donating all proceeds to GLP Bail Fund for protestors in the U.S.
Yep Roc: Sharing 100% of revenue with artists; Offering new live releases from Eleni Mandell, The Countdown Quartet, The Minus 5, Los Straitjackets, Robyn Hitchcock, Darren Hanlon, Southern Culture on the Skids, and Tift Merritt recorded at YR15.
Young Women’s Music Project: Releasing compilation to raise funds for their charity which supports young women in Oxfordshire ages 14-21 to gain skills and confidence through music.
Youth Team: Splitting all proceeds between The Trussell Trust in the UK and Act Blue in the U.S., which provides bail funds.
Z Tapes: Donating proceeds from all digital sales to bail funds in the U.S.
ZZK Records: Releasing exclusive merch bundles.