During the first few weeks of the Covid-19 lockdown, London based producer Two Inch Punch had the idea of a collaborative project in which the producer community, given their sudden slow down of pace, could have the opportunity to continue working, collaborating and making connections with fellow producers and musicians that they may already know, but also hopefully connecting with those that they didn’t and that they may have admired from afar. Two Inch Punch has now curated a body of work ‘A Month Of Sundays’ with revenues going to the independent charities Young Minds and Black Minds Matter. It’s vitally important that we support each other at this time, and hope that this project is able to provide a small offering of relief. Artists
23rd, Arlo Parks, Berwyn, Charlie Burg, Coffee, Dave Sitek, Dave Spectra, Donae’o, Flan Egg, Fred Ball, Glass Animals, Hoskins, J Moon, James Vincent McMorrow,Jessie Ware, Jimi Somewhere, Josh Crocker, Julio Bashmore, Justin Hoost, Lil Silva, Lous & The Yakuza, Mack Jamieson, MICHELLE, Noah Breakfast, Raissa, Sad Night Dynamite, SOHN, The Joy, Two Inch Punch, Wesley Joseph, Young & Sick
When pushed online by the confines of a global quarantine; 18 artists reacted by collaborating on a project which will forever be a testament to this turning point in global communication culture.
From an entirely digital space; a record emerged which feels almost time-stamped by the tools needed to overcome this unique circumstance.
At its core; A Month of Sundays represents optimism and resourcefulness in the face of uncertainty; as well as friendship and connectivity in the face of isolation.
A Month Of Sundays: Volume 1 is available to pre-order now on limited edition vinyl / CD and will be available in all good independent stores and digital retailers. Order here.
Our second AA-side drop from the project is out now and includes new singles from Wesley Joseph and MICHELLE.Listen here.