Eddie Fowlkes, Robert Hood Featured on Police Reform Benefit Compilation

by | Jul 1, 2020 | Culture, Stories | 0 comments

Black Lives Matter protests worldwide continue to amplify the conversation about race and dance music – one that EPM Music has joined in a meaningful way. The distributor will release a fundraiser compilation for U.S. police reform initiative Campaign OneBreak The Silence is due out July 4th, 2020, and it includes music by numerous respected figures in electronic music.

Eddie FowlkesRobert HoodBen Sims, Rebekah and Internal Affairs (comprised of Goldie and 4Hero) are but a few of the artists who donated tracks for the compilation. It will be available via BeatportJuno DownloadBoomkat and Traxsource – all of whom agreed to waive their own download fees.

About Campaign One

U.S. law enforcement has long been criticized for practices that contribute to systemic racism. Campaign One’s programs as a nonprofit organization include research, technical assistance, advocacy and development of legislations intended to eliminate police violence.

To that end, Campaign One calls for several specific changes in the way authorities operate. Among their proposed policy solutions are limiting use of force, independent investigation of police violence, increased training, and demilitarization.

Find the tracklist for Break The Silence below and learn more about Campaign One on their official website.

01. K’ Alexi Shelby & Tony Loveless – “State of Emergency”
02. Eddie Fowlkes – “Pandemic One”
03. Jon Dixon – “Counterpoint”
04. 4hero – “Universal Love (Dubstars)” (Internal Affairs remix)
05. Ben Sims – “Break It Down”
06. Developer – “Cultural Conditioning”
07. Robert Hood – “The Redeemer”
08. Planetary Assault Systems – “Huddler’s Source of Wonder”
09. Mark Broom – “Gunna”
10. Mark Flash – “Voice of Detroit”
11. SRVD – “In The Dark”
12. Rebekah – “Stealing Fire”
13. Sinistarr x K-Dan – “Apollo”
14. Oliver Way & Dany Rodriguez – “First Act”

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