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New 113-track compilation will raise funds for grassroots LGBTQIA+ organizations in Poland

It features music from Violet, Varg, Peder Mannerfelt and more

Oramics collective benefit compilation
Oramics collective benefit compilation

Polish collective Oramics has put together a new compilation to raise money for a variety of grassroots LGBTQIA+ organisations in Poland.

In all, the compilation takes in 113 tracks and features previously unreleased music from the likes of Violet, Rrose, Lee Gamble, Peder Mannerfelt, Varg, recent Hyperdub signee Loraine James, TSVI, rkss, Borusiade, Air Max '97 and a whole load more.

"Instead of total hatred, we give you TOTAL SOLIDARITY," says Oramics referring to the compilation's title. "We present you with the compilation created thanks to the cooperation of Oramics collective and the person behind New York Haunted label - Drvg Cvltvre."

The collective continues: "All proceeds from the digital sales will support Polish queer organizations: Kampania Przeciw Homofobii and Miłość Nie Wyklucza, who monitor homophobia, provide all kind of support for queer people and have agreed to help us redistribute the proceeds throughout LGBTQIA+ organizations in smaller cities and towns of Poland, who need them the most."

The compilation will receive a full release on August 17th but you can pre-order it and preview some of the 113 tracks now by heading here.

Last week, a number of figures involved in Poland's electronic music community issued a joint call for support following a spate of anti-LGBTQ+ violence.

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