Mall Grab, Lou Karsh and Logic1000 call out for support in wake of Australian bushfires


Following the recent Australian bushfires that have devastated parts of South East Wales, producers and artists have shown their support for those effected by releasing music with all proceeds going to relief funds and services in the area.

Among those who have pledged their support with new Bandcamp releases are Mall Grab, Sumac founder DJ Plead, Pure Space's E Davd, Logic1000, Lou Karsh, Cop Envy, Escape Artist and Barking.

Furthermore, several Australian labels have committed their Bandcamp profits to the cause, with Animals Dancing donating all proceeds from their music and merch orders during January and Butter Sessions and Salt Mines donating all Bandcamp orders until 13th January.

Since September the bushfires, which are the worst on record, have been tearing through forests, towns and parks and have intensified over the months due to high temperatures and drought. 24 people, including three volunteer firefighters, have lost their lives in the blaze, as well as a huge numbers of animals and livestock, and many towns have now been evacuated. 

You can also donate directly to the First Nations Fire Relief Fund, NSW Rural Fire Service and the Victorian Bushfire Disaster Appeal.