Featuring tracks from Rødhåd, Donato Dozzy, Mathew Jonson and many more
Like many others around the world, Italian producer Neel and his Studio Enisslab crew are holed up indoors at the moment… so they've called up a few industry buddies, and put together a 56-track compilation album to raise money for the Red Cross's efforts in mitigating the effects of the coronavirus pandemic worldwide.
The album's entitled WorldWideWindow, and the cover artwork by design collective Sbagliato is composed from 56 pictures of windows taken by the artists in their own homes or studios. Those artists include the likes of Rødhad, Donato Dozzy, Mathew Jonson, Distant Echoes, DJ Nobu, Laurence Guy and Alessandro Cortini, as well as a host of more underground/up-and-coming names.
At €39 (roughly £34), the album's not cheap – but 100% of proceeds go to the Red Cross, so with over six hours of brand-new, never-heard-before music on offer, we'd say that's a pretty fair deal.
The album went on sale via Bandcamp on Thursday – get your copy here.
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