Last night Kevin Sanders and I released our cellotronik collaboration, Tradescantia zebrina.
It’s cinematic and atmospheric and eerie, like the soundtrack to a movie I want to watch but wouldn’t want to be a character in.
It’s available in digital and CD format. The CDs are hand-stamped and come with gorgeous art by Siobhán Britton. The digital version is free / pay-what-you-can, and 100% of the sales will be split between the following amazing, underfunded direct action projects: Action for Trans Health, Housing Action Southwark & Lambeth (HASL),
Movement For Justice, and Not Your Fault.
DIY or die
EDIT: We will not be giving any money to Movement For Justice, because recently a former member has spoken out about the structure of MFJ as a front organization for Revolutionary Internationalist League, run by white English men (not migrant-led) and rife with psychological and emotional abuse, which (within the organization and in general) disproportionately falls on women and migrants with precarious immigration status. MFJ has materially helped some asylum seekers and refugees, but we believe survivors when they say that the organization is abusive and that the material aid is tokenistic and only offered when it’s politically advantageous. We won’t be donating any money to MFJ because we believe and stand with survivors of abuse. You can read what they have to say here: unfollowmfj.wordpress.com