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“New Moons XVI” Compilation Announced In Support Of Reclaim These Streets
2021 has highlighted how much work is still needed to be done in increasing women’s safety; whether that be in live events, at work or even just walking home at night. New Moons XVI is a compilation curated by The Music Federation’s Head of Promotions, Jasmine Hodge to celebrate women, LGBTQ+ and non-binary artists in music with one objective: to raise money for Reclaim These Streets. With 100% of funds going to this vital organisation, the compilation is a showcase of the incredible talent the music industry has to offer whilst supporting some of its finest female, LQBTQ+ and non-binary talent.
The New Moons compilation have had over 15 releases and have previously championed some of the best emerging talent. This version is slightly different and has some of the hottest names in music right now including Amyl & The Sniffers, IDestroy and Pleasure Venom. Ranging from up and coming bands to some of the most talked about artists in the industry, this eclectic release shows a community of female and minority artists coming together to make a change.
Earlier releases have had the iconic moon being merged with someone of note at the time including Donald Trump, Naomi Osaka and Jeremy Corbyn. However, this year sees Priti Patel’s face plastered across the front, highlighting the sheer ignorance from her and the government towards women’s safety. Created by Will Power (Bad Nerves), he has taken the original New Moons artwork style and added his own twist, fitting the genres of the donated tracks.
New Moons XVI will be released on the 10th February