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GAIKA and Zed Bias Feature on Manchester Charity Compilation

'Manchester With Love' brings together artists old and new in support of those affected by the May 22 attack.

by Alexander Iadarola
Jun 21 2017, 7:21pm

Photo of GAIKA courtesy of Powerline Agency.

Warp signee GAIKA, UK club music veteran Zed Bias, and English musician Illum Sphere all contributed unreleased tracks to a new charity compilation, Manchester With Love, out today. Proceeds from the compilation will go toward the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, to support people affected by the May 22 terrorist attack at the Manchester Arena.

The album features 226 tracks from artists across a huge span of genres, ranging from English punk pioneers the Buzzcocks to Mixpak affiliate Murlo, influential duo 808 State, and post-punk legends A Certain Ratio. It only costs $12.67, or £10.

The emergency fund was created by was created by the Manchester city council in partnership with Red Cross UK.

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