TOUCHED-BASS-IMAGE-WEBArtist: Various Artists
Title: Touched Bass: A Compilation For Macmillan Cancer Support
Label: Bass Agenda
Cat. #: TB01
Format: Digital
Release Date: 27 May 2016
01. The Hacker – Vectors
02. Kronos Device – Kill.Switch
03. Amper Clap – Humanoide
04. Confutatis – Erase
05. The Exaltics – Hope
06. John Tejada – OPZ
07. Spin Fidelity – You Can Do It
08. Billie Ray Martin – After All
09. Posthuman – I Am A Killer
10. Jauzas The Shining – Techno City
11. w1bo – Track For My Father
12. Mark Broom – Black Tooth Heuristic
13. Tetuan Tapes – Tetuan Tapes 01
14. Tudor Acid – Unseen Tides
15. RRKS – Ease the Pain (Full Recovery Mix)
16. Radical G – Immune Overdrive
17. Dr Schmidt – Bipolar
18. Rennie Foster – Paroxetine

Touched – Music for Macmillan Cancer Support has teamed up with the Bass Agenda Radio show and label to expose a new group of electronic music listeners to its unique brand of fundraising through music. Available from 27th May via and the release boasts over 100 tracks from legends, current scene favourites and newcomers alike. Artists include: Maelstrom, G-Man (LFO), The Hacker, Radical G, The Exaltics, Steve Stoll, Franck Kartell, w1b0, Carl Finlow, Dez Williams, Lectromagnetique, Marco Bernardi, Mark Archer (Altern8) and many many more.
“Toward the end of 2015 I interviewed Martin Boulton who founded Touched: Music for Macmillan Cancer Support. I was really taken by his story; setting up a label to raise money to thank the nurses that had supported his mum through cancer. He’s done amazing work getting electronic music artists together to make these huge releases making donating money a no-brainer for music lovers. Over the last few years running Bass Agenda and Bass Agenda Recordings I have built up contacts with lots of talented people from a different section of the electronic music listening community to what the other Touched releases may have reached. I mentioned the idea of doing a collab release to Martin and within a couple of weeks we’d named it and got approaching 90 artists on board.” Andy Barton (Bass Agenda)
Macmillan Cancer Support provides a range of vital services to cancer patients and their families. They are 100% funded by charitable donations and receive no financial support from the UK government. They offer everything from advice and help with practical matters like dealing with an employer after diagnosis to nursing support to counselling and information provision.
“I’m so happy that Andy from Bass Agenda interviewed me for his show and came up with the idea for Touched Bass!! It’s going to be great for both worlds of techno and electro fans meeting the ambient electronica fans of Touched”
Martin Boulton (Touched: Music for Macmillan Cancer Support)



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