Ransom Note share compilation to raise money for Moroccan Earthquake relief

Tadamoun Compilation

In response to the earthquake that struck Morocco last month, Ransom Note and Geneva-based DJ and producer Reda Saiarh have compiled a relief compilation to raise money for charities helping those impacted by the disaster.

The strongest earthquake on record for over a century, the quake hit on 8th September in the High Atlas mountains, around 70 kilometres southwest of Marrakesh, killing over 3000 people and impacting the lives of over 300,000 more.

Tadamoun: A Compilation for Moroccan Earthquake Relief, rallies friends from across the world for a 24 track-release that features music from Anatolian Weapons, Romain FX, Justine Forever, Cornelius Doctor, Zaatar and more. Musically it travels across many sounds and styles too, from ambient electronica, trip hop and leftfield bass to chugging Italo, jackin’ new beat and trippy techno.


All proceeds will be split 50/50 between two charities who are helping to raise money for those affected and to rebuild communities that have been devastated: Atlas Kinder, a charity who supports abandoned children in Morocco, and Insaf, a non-profit organisation that protects and supports women and children.

DJ, producer and compilation curator Reda Saiarh: “‘Tadamoun’ means Solidarity in Arabic – my mother instantly suggested this word as the title of the release. Following the events [in Morocco], I wanted to help in a way that brought many talents and friends together. Artists from different countries around the world showed their appreciation to Morocco and its population in a moment of communion. In response to tragedy, music is the answer – I encourage you to help and share by purchasing this various artists’ compilation.”

Listen to Reda’s track below.

Tadamoun: A compilation for Moroccan Earthquake relief is out now.