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Here Are More Than 30 Indigenous Releases to Buy on Bandcamp in Support of Transgender Rights

On August 4th, Bandcamp is donating 100% of its profits to support transgender rights.

Digital music platform BandCamp is stepping up today to support the Transgender and 2-Spirit community by donating 100% of its share from any sales on the site on Friday, August 4th to the Transgender Law Center, so we put together a list of releases by Indigenous artists to make it easier for you to help out too.

Read more about BandCamp’s initiative here: Today, Stand With Bandcamp in Support of Transgender Rights

Here are some recent releases by Indigenous artists that you can listen to and purchase on Bandcamp—today!

Quantum Tangle‘s Shelter As We Go​

Snotty Nose Rez Kids – S/T

Iskwé‘s “Sometimes” (single)

Moe Clark’s Within

T-Rhyme’s Diary of a Mad Red Woman

Silla + Rise’s Debut

Jay Gilday‘s Faster Than Light

Elisapie’s “Forefathers” (single)

Shane Koyczan and the Short Story Long’s Remembrance Year

Ziibiwan’s “Winter’s Child” (feat Wellspoke)

Ziibiwan’s Time Limits EP

Once A Tree’s Thousand Lives

lido pimienta‘s La Papessa

DJ Shub‘s PowWowStep

Tara Williamson‘s Songs To Keep Us Warm

Mob Bounce‘s “Vision Quest” (single)

Exquisite Ghost‘s Shrines

Frank Waln, Samsoche Sampson, Yako 440’s “My Stone 2017” (single)

Nick Sherman‘s Knives & Wildrice

DrezusIndian Summer

Christa Couture’s Long Time Leaving

Samantha Crain’s You Had Me At Goodbye

Ansley Simpson’s Breakwall

Leanne Betasamosake Simpson’s f​(​l​)​ight

Miracle DollsTHIEVES AND GUNS

Lightningcloud’s Self Titled

LastStandMixtape’s Last Stand Mixtape, Vol. 1

JB the First Lady’s Indigenous Girl Lifestyle

Kristi Lane Sinclair’s Dark Matter

nêhiyawak‘s s/t EP

Mic Jordan’s “KINFOLK- So Blessed feat. Keisha” (single)

Nick Ferrio‘s Soothsayer (pre-order)

nickferrio.bandcamp.com

Wolf Saga‘s “When the Storm Has Passed” (Single)

This is, of course, just a small sampling of Indigenous music available on Bandcamp. Explore the #indigenous tag to discover more albums and sounds, and to support Indigenous artists and transgender rights.

 

By: Alan Greyeyes (@alangreyeyes), Greyson Gritt (@GreyGritt), and Jarrett Martineau (@culturite)