Vinyl Release for Musicians Against Homelessness

by Jason in Manchester, England, United Kingdom

We did it
On 1st June 2017 we successfully raised £20 with 1 supporters in 56 days

Lets raise money to fund vinyl record manufacturing which will then be sold to raise money in aid of 'Musicians Against The homelessness'

by Jason in Manchester, England, United Kingdom

In 2016, Flick of the Finger Magazine launched Soundcheck. A band competition for any emerging acts to win a full day in a world class recording studio.

The day was filmed for a music video and the track is to be released on Flick of the Finger Records April 2017 with along with 18 other, equally excellent entries who also applied for the competition.

This year, Soundcheck is back with a prize even bigger and better than ever, however this we are raising money in aid of Musicians Against Homelessness (MAH)

For Soundcheck 2017, we would love to release the album on vinyl, again with selected competition entries with all sales of the record going to the charity for Musicians Against Homelessness (MAH)

MAH, is supported by industry giants Alan McGee, Shaun Ryder, Rowetta, John Power, Happy Mondays, Jesus and Mary Chain, Buzzcocks and Black Grape.

MAH twin aims are to raise funds for the homeless charities Crisis and to provide gig opportunities for up-and-coming bands. Read more about last year’s events and who’s involved. This is truly an amazing opportunity to make a difference

This Limited-Edition vinyl consisting of 10 tracks of Indie, Indie Rock and Alternative genres will hopefully go on sale Sept 2017 and help some of the UK's most vulnerable people.

With your help, we can make this happen and raise money for a fantastic cause.

Thank you so much!


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Receive a copy of the limited addition vinyl, a CD version and x2 tickets Entry To the live show in Manchester. (limited to the first 20 pledges)

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