The Chemical Brothers, Daniel Avery, Clark and more electronic musicians and DJs have contributed to a new compilation fundraiser for frontline workers of the UK’s National Health Service.
The 45-track collection CARE4LIFE, released last Friday, was spearheaded by the UK label Above Board Projects. Other artists who opened up their “vaults, hard drives and archives,” as a statement put it, include Jamie Jones, Groove Armada, Pete Tong and Maya Jane Coles.
The artists involved hand-picked tracks and contributed them to CARE4LIFE free of charge. The Chemical Brothers selected a new mix of “Catch Me I’m Falling,” the closing track of their 2019 album No Geography, while Clark described his contribution as a “folk song about raving.”
In its statement about CARE4LIFE, Above Board wrote: “Through the challenges of the Covid19 pandemic we have all developed a new understanding and awareness about the role our frontline health professionals undertake, and as a nation we are all united in our appreciation of the incredible work they have delivered in the face of much adversity and pressure in the last couple of months. We hope the proceeds from this amazing collection of music can contribute to easing that pressure in some way.”
Purchase and stream CARE4LIFE here: