Motor Neurone Disease or ALS

Motor Neurone Disease or ALS

Mark Cunliffe, of Dandelion Radio fame, has put together a brilliant compilation album from the sale of which all proceeds will go towards raising money to support Motor Neurone Disease / ALS. 

As usual with these things all the artists involved have donated their tracks for free and all money raised will be given to a charity that helps people with a disease that is so profound and devastating.

The artists on the compilation come from far and wide. There are a good number from the UK but they also come from such distant lands as Finland, Japan, Canada, Brazil, America, Italy, Germany, Russia, Somalia, and France. It’s some of the best brand new music from around the world in fact, and so it’s perfect for readers of a site like Louder Than War which has writers in all five continents and features music from all corners of the globe (and yes, we know globes don’t have corners).

The compilation has been put together by East Midlands based Dandelion Radio DJ, Mark Cunliffe, who, amongst other things, was one of the first people in the country to champion Sleaford Mods on his radio show, way back in early 2008 in fact and way before the rest of the world cottoned on to how genius the two-piece are!

Buy Supporting Motor Neurone Disease Vol. 1 here.

The full track list is…

Covering these genres – amongst others:

  • Trap
  • Indie
  • Folk
  • Dream Pop
  • Jungle
  • Singer/Songwriter
  • Hip Hop
  • Techno
  • Instrumental Guitar
  • Post Punk
  • Future Garage
  • Bass Music
  • Psychedelic Rock
  • Indie Pop
  • Drum & Bass

Stream / buy the compilation over on Bandcamp. It’s on sale for £5 – but you can give more if you prefer!

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Guy is a former full time member of the Louder Than War editorial team, who's since moved on to pastures new. Music's been a large part of his life since he first stumbled across Peel on his tranny as a fifteen year old. His whole approach to music was learnt from Peel in fact, which includes having as inclusive a taste in music as possible. Guy devotes most of his time looking for new music & although he's been known to say "the only good music is new music" he pretty much accepts this is bollocks. Favourite band The Minutemen.


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