Confused Machines share fundraiser compilation for Palestinians in Huwara
Tel Aviv-based imprint Confused Machines have shared a compilation to raise money for the residents of Huwara, one of the places effected by a violent late-night rampage launched by hundreds of Israeli settlers on 26th February.
The incident, which killed one local resident, left 100 others injured and resulted in the town being set ablaze, was followed by another attack at the end of March which injured six Palestinians.
In response the label has called on local and international friends and family including the likes of Anatolian Weapons, Timothy J. Fairplay, Lily Has, Autarkic and Elena Sizova to contribute tracks which touch on downtempo, leftfield electronics, noise, acid, sound collage and more.
All sales from the release will be donated to Physicians For Human Rights – Israel (PHRI), an NGO that works in the occupied Palestinian territory, promoting Palestinians’ right to health and providing direct medical and humanitarian assistance.
A message from the label reads: “Though we know our reach is limited, we see this as a part of a bigger political effort to help raise awareness in our artistic circles and set motion to positive forces in dark times.”
For Huwara [CM21] will be released on 21st April.
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