Watch: Local record label fighting against injustice with all profits from debut digital LP donated to charity

Watch: Jake Brigstock spoke to Discotech record label promoter Jordan Diston

A local record label is helping to fight inequality in Notts by donating all profits made from its first digital release to Next Gen Movement.

The local charity focuses on empowering youth, fighting racism and being a voice for local communities in Nottingham.

And Discotech, an underground music label, has released [4blm], with all profits made being donated to Next Gen Movement.

The LP is a compilation album of old school rave records.

Promoter & DJ Jordan Diston said: “We wanted to give something back to our community and thought what better way to do so than to release an LP and donate our profits to community projects.

“Black Lives Matter protests highlighted a lot of issues that we might see across our own communities.

“When we were looking at where to donate, we’ve got a really good relationship with Next Gen Movement.

“We’ve raised more than £500 in the first two weeks and I hope we can get more than £1,000 in the first month for them.”

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