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General News / April 21, 2020

Bandcamp are waiving their revenue share again for 24 hours next week

General News / April 21, 2020

Bandcamp are waiving their revenue share again for 24 hours next week

Good news for artists, they’ll keep 100% of sales.

Last month Bandcamp waived their share of the revenue share on records sold for 24 hours. It resulted in 800,000 music fans purchasing $4.3 million worth of music from the site with all the money going into the pockets of artists.

They have now revealed that they’ll do it again on Monday 1 May, also hinting at other activity that will take place on the day, but not giving anything away just yet. If there’s been a record you’ve been pondering over and thinking of copping grab it on May 1.

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