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Sacred Bones Donating Bandcamp Proceeds to Support Standing Rock Protesters

CANON BALL, ND - NOVEMBER 26: The sun rises over the Oceti Sakowin Camp on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in Canon Ball, North Dakota on November 26, 2016. (Photo by Seth McConnell/The Denver Post via Getty Images)

Brooklyn label Sacred Bones—home to SPIN favorites like Marissa Nadler, Jenny Hval, and Cheena—have announced a pay-what-you-want Bandcamp sale benefitting #NoDAPL protestors at Standing Rock. From now through Sunday, December 4, all purchases through the label’s Bandcamp page are name-your-own-price, and all proceeds support the anti-Dakota Access Pipeline action at Standing Rock.

If you were thinking of making a(nother) contribution to #NoDAPL, here’s your chance to do that and snag some downloads from Blanck Mass, the Men, or David Lynch at the same time. (Seperately, the band Xiu Xiu is also donating Bandcamp purchases to Standing Rock through February 15.) Check out Sacred Bones’ Bandcamp page here. If you’d prefer, you can also donate directly to protest encampments like Oceti Sakowin Camp or the Sacred Stone Camp.