Back on 1 May 2020, Bandcamp waived its commission on musicians’ sales for the day. A number of you dug deep and picked up my discography, which was a big help at a time when musicians are running low on funds.
Bandcamp repeated that commission-free day in June, and is doing so again today, Friday, 3 July 2020. It’s a great time to pick up my discography. If you’ve already done so, and enjoyed my music, consider forwarding this post to friends and family that might enjoy my work.
If you didn’t enjoy my music, well, that’s fine, too—go ahead and forward this post anyway!
Regular readers will recognize most of the information below from that 1 May 2020 post. My apologies for another extended solicitation, but I do appreciate your support (and your patience with reading lengthy ad copy).
One other note: next week marks #MAGAWeek2020, in which I will post daily about an American (or concept) who has, in his or her own way, made America great. But those posts are SubscribeStar exclusives for $1 or higher subs.
Thanks again for all of your support!
The TL;DR takeaway of today’s post: times are tough for musicians, and you can help. You can purchase my music on Bandcamp today (Friday, 3 July 2020) without Bandcamp taking their 15% commission. You can also tip me directly via PayPal. Finally, you can always support the blog—and enjoy exclusive weekly content—by subscribing to my SubscribeStar Page.
Bandcamp is waiving the commission it takes on sales of musicians’ work TODAY, Friday, 3 July 2020. You can pick up my entire discography for $15.75 (or more, if you feel so inclined). To purchase the full discography—seven releases in total—you can view any of my albums (like Electrock EP: The Four Unicorns of the Apocalypse) and find a button/link that reads “Buy Digital Discography” (unfortunately, there’s no way to supply that link directly).