'Electronic Music Community' Unites for #BringThemBack Compilation: Supporting Survivors Of The Supernova Festival Attack
In response to the devastating October 7th attack at the Supernova International Music Festival, the Electronic Music Community (EMC), a grassroots organization led by Israeli producers, promoters, and music professionals, has launched a compelling initiative.
They have curated a diverse 50+ track compilation featuring renowned artists like Red Axes, Astrix, Infected Mushroom, Shpongle, Vini Vici, Kino Todo, Magit Cacoon, and more.
Supporting Survivors And Families
EMC is channeling all proceeds from the compilation towards aiding hostages, survivors of the event, and their families. Despite being comprised of Israeli artists and industry professionals, EMC maintains a non-political stance, focusing on raising awareness and support for those affected.
The Electronic Music Community is committed to providing financial support for victims and their families, encompassing those murdered, kidnapped, injured, and missing. Additionally, they aim to support survivors through rehabilitation efforts, including psychological treatment, professional guidance, and the establishment of a treatment center with accommodations.
Tribe of Nova’s Resilience
In a statement from the Tribe of Nova, the organizers of the targeted festival, they express their commitment to continue spreading light and love through music. Despite the tragic events, they remain dedicated to justice, emphasizing the eternal triumph of good over darkness.
EMC is working closely with official representatives and the Tel Aviv Foundation to ensure funds directly support the safe return and rehabilitation of hostages, along with the families impacted by the attack. The Supernova community has already established a rehabilitation compound, offering wellness activities and support for survivors, free of charge.
How You Can Support
The global community can contribute to this initiative by purchasing the compilation on Bandcamp, donating to EMC through Giveback, or buying a T-shirt from EMC’s site. With the recovery process expected to be lengthy, plans for a forthcoming volume of the #BringThemBack compilation, featuring additional global artists, are already in motion.
As the Electronic Music Community unites in solidarity, the #BringThemBack compilation becomes a symbol of hope, using the power of music to heal and support those affected by the Supernova tragedy.
COMPILATION LANDING PAGE AND LINKS TO HELP SUPPORT: https://october07.org
BANDCAMP COMPILATION: https://bringthembackcomp.