Bandcamp to waive revenue shares for 24 hours on Labor Day

Bandcamp to waive revenue shares for 24 hours on Labor Day

Bandcamp are set to help out artists with another direct-to-artist sale this May.

The music publishing and streaming platform will be assisting musicians and bands by giving up its revenue shares so artists could get 100% of sales for 24 hours this May 1 (Friday) ET, according to an email sent to artists and labels. This latest effort is to help musicians struggling during the coronavirus pandemic.

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"It was an inspiring day, and we heard many requests to do it again, so we're going to do exactly that (and a bit more)," Bandcamp write in their email, adding that they will be sharing an Artist Guide for recommendations to help artist maximize sales.

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Bandcamp users spent over $4.3 million at the first direct-to-artist sale in March.

Here are some acts and their latest offerings on Bandcamp you can help out:

For more recommendations, check out Bandwagon's list of notable releases from 2019.


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