Bandcamp announced earlier this week that they would be waiving their usual fee on downloads and offering 100% of all income to artists that are struggling during this strange time.
“We know many artists and labels have been hit especially hard by the Covid-19 pandemic, very possibly including you. To support the Bandcamp community during this challenging time, we’re waiving our revenue share on all sales this Friday, March 20, from midnight to midnight PST, and rallying fans to put some money directly into your pocket.”
During a last minute meeting with all artists on the GF roster, it was decided as of now and throughout next week, Gypsy Farm will donate 100% of all online sales from Bandcamp to the Northeast Georgia Food Bank.
“For every $1 the Food Bank receives, we are able to distribute 4 meals.” a representative at NEGFB said. Additionally, we will be donating all sales that have already been collected this week prior to announcement, so if you’ve already been downloading from our bandcamp, thank you and we’ll donate that too!
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Additional resources geared toward artists struggling during this time are available through MusiCares and Creative Capital.
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