The music hub Bandcamp has become a vital resource for some artists. In exchange for a cut, the website gives bands and musicians an easy-to-use platform for merch and music sales. But in the wake of unprecedented gig cancellations, Bandcamp is waiving that cut.
From now through March 31, 100% of the site's sales will go to the artists. That means you can support local artists more than ever with the click of a few buttons.
Support local artists like Danielle Grubb, who has a new album on Bandcamp
If you're wondering who to support, here is a list of 10 incredibly talented locals. On Bandcamp, buyers name their price. As long as your purchase is $1 or more for pre-2020 releases, and $5 or more for 2020 releases, all profits go to the artist.
Stay tuned to Artist Uprising as we continue to chronicle the creative community's response to COVID-19.