Call Super, Shanti Celeste, Special Request and more contribute to R&S Records’ NHS compilation

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R&S Records assemble an all-star cast to help NHS frontline staff.

The likes of Special Request, Call Super, Shanti Celeste, Peach, FAUZIA, Barker, James Massiah and India Jordan have contributed tracks to a new R&S Records compilations in support of the NHS. Titled In Order to Care, the album, due out tomorrow (1 May), collates tracks from over 20 artists. All profits will go to a Liverpool-based collective who are 3D printing PPE for frontline NHS staff.

The compilation was put together by R&S Records A&R Raj Chaudhuri. All of the artists involved donated their tracks to the project free of charge. “The compilation album has been put together in about nine days so it’s been pretty hectic but the quality of music we have received is astounding,” Chaudhuri said in a press statement. “The response from artists and Ten Eight Seven Mastering has been nothing but supportive.”

In Order to Care will be available exclusively on Bandcamp from tomorrow. The platform is waiving its fees tomorrow, and the first Friday of each month, in order to direct more money direct to labels, artists and fundraisers.

Pre-order In Order to Care here.