If you had the chance to help disadvantaged and at-risk kids make music with A-Track, Anna Lunoe, Wordlife, Lykke Li, TEED, and more – would you do it? If you would, then you’re Heaps Decent.
And if you join us in getting behind their Pozible campaign then you’re totally decent.
Our love for the Heaps Decent crew runs deep and the video below will help explain why. Founded by Nina Las Vegas, Diplo and Andrew Levins, they assemble amazing local and visiting international artists and then head out to homeless shelters, remote communities and juvenile detention centres to make beats and write rhymes with the kids. It’s the final stage – getting the tunes to be heard beyond the workshops where they need your help.
In their own words:
With all the amazing songs we’ve been able to create with young people throughout Australia since we first started in 2007, we’re asking for a little more help to raise enough money to finally get these tracks heard by the world. We’ve launched a Pozible campaign, and our goal is to raise $10,000 all up, which will go directly towards mastering, additional production, music videos, promotion and artist development. Any surplus funds we receive will go straight into funding more workshops and better equipment for our young artists.
They’ve just passed the halfway mark of their goal, so do what you can, and help spread the word!