Monday, 8 April 2013

Music by Programmers - Launch Party

Jason Gorman and five of his programming chums have put together an album of original electronic music to raise money for educational programmes at Bletchley Park and The National Museum Of Computing. The charities get every penny of the profits, split 50/50 between them.

The album goes on sale in late April, and Jason's target is to sell 2,000 downloads and raise £10,000. The music industry isn't what it was, and selling music is much harder than it used to be - even for a good cause. Between now and the release date, they're going to need as much help as they can get to spread the word.
Please feel free to publicise their efforts by any means at your disposal.

A special listening party to launch the album on 23rd April is not to be missed. It's going to be small and intimate at a "jolly spiffy pub" near Holborn. Every penny of the £20 ticket price goes directly to Bletchley Park for maths workshops and a programming club at The National Museum Of Computing. And every ticket holder will get a very limited edition CD with bonus tracks!!! Only 100 of these special edition CDs will be produced, so it promises to be a veritable collector's item.

1 comment:

Immo Hüneke said...

Sadly, the listening party has had to be cancelled due to lack of numbers. Do I detect charity fatigue???