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Here Are the Local Bands Donating Their Bandcamp Proceeds to the Transgender Law Center Today

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At the end of January, the digital sales and streaming platform Bandcamp announced that, for one day, it would donate its entire cut of music and merchandise sales to the American Civil Liberties Union. That February 3 campaign was a raging success, raising more than $100,000 for the civil rights organization.

This week, the site announced that it would hold a similar drive for the Transgender Law Center, a nonprofit that advocates for trans rights through law and policy. The campaign runs through midnight Pacific time today (so, 3 a.m. Eastern Standard Time).

Below are the local bands and labels who are donating their own portions of sales to the Transgender Law Center today. Spend some money and help do some good in the process.

To add your name to this list, leave a link to your Bandcamp page in the comments, or e-mail it to ahussey at indyweek dot com.

1970s Film Stock
Lara Americo

Analogue
Audubon Park
Bitter Resolve
But You Can Call Me John
Cantwell, Gomez & Jordan

Chit Nasty Band
Cyanotype
Des Ark (matching any purchase of Live at WXDU V.1 or Live at WXDU V.2 with a donation to TLC)
Drug Yacht
Fitness Womxn
Gainsay
Ghostt Bllonde

Henbrain

Horizontal Hold
John Howie Jr. and the Rosewood Bluff
Jphono1

Le Weekend
Maple Stave
The Menders
Merge Records
(donating half of sales to TLC, and you get a free mystery seven-inch if you buy two or more vinyl records)
Mipso
Museum Mouth (donating proceeds from demos from Popcorn Fish Guinea Pig)
Night Sweats
North Elementary

Open Field
Oxidant
Polyorchard
Al Riggs

Seabreeze Diner
The Second Wife

Self Aware Records
SLIME
Sunshine Faces
To Live a Lie Records
(donating half of sales to TLC)
Totally Slow
Wailin Storms
Zephyranthes
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