Today is The Next to Last “Bandcamp Friday” for 2020

As previously announced, Bandcamp will continue to waive fees for bands one Friday, every month, for the remainder of 2020. The relief dates have paid out millions of dollars to bands while taking no fees, encouraging fans to spend more on the platform that day, as bands seek relief from the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic crisis. Today, November 6th, 2020 is this month’s Bandcamp Friday! The additional relief days do not include artist subscription payments or vinyl pressing campaign pledges. For more information on Bandcamp’s revenue share, please see its Fair Trade Music Policy. However, this is an amazing gift to bands and a great day for fans to load up and support bands if you can. Continue reading

Bandcamp to Waive Fees for Artists on “Bandcamp Fridays” for The Rest of 2020

As previously announced, Bandcamp will continue to waive fees for bands one Friday, every month, for the remainder of 2020. The relief dates have paid out millions of dollars to bands while taking no fees, encouraging fans to spend more on the platform that day, as bands seek relief from the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic crisis. The additional relief days do not include artist subscription payments or vinyl pressing campaign pledges. For more information on Bandcamp’s revenue share, please see its Fair Trade Music Policy. However, this is an amazing gift to bands and a great day for fans to load up and support bands if you can. Continue reading

Watch Korn’s Entire Record Release Show for “The Nothing”

Korn has shared their record release show for their 2019 album The Nothing (Roadrunner), filmed inside of a living art installation. It was aired during Warner Music Group’s first-of-its-kind virtual music festival, PlayOn Fest, supporting the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization (WHO), powered by the UN Foundation. You can now watch the concert below. Continue reading

Bandcamp to Waive Fees for Artists Three More Times in Support of COVID-19 Relief

As previously announced, Bandcamp will again waive fees for bands this Friday, May 1st 2020. The last relief date paid out upwards of 4 million dollars to bands while taking no fees, encouraging fans to spend more on the platform that day, as bands seek relief from the global pandemic crisis. Now the platform has announced additional relief days on top of this week, on. June 5th and July 3rd. The waivers on May 1, June 5, and July 3 do not include artist subscription payments or vinyl pressing campaign pledges. For more information on Bandcamp’s revenue share, please see our Fair Trade Music Policy. However, this is an amazing gift to bands and a great day for fans to load up and support bands if you can. Continue reading