Maceo Plex is one of the numerous artists who is savvy enough to dismiss an oblivious influx of “quit whining and simply make music” contentions; for this situation, he’s going to solve two problems at once. His proposed response to the KKK/Nazi arouses in Charlottesville, VA is a free gathering in which all in attendance move for solidarity and correspondence. On the off chance that anybody is most ideal prepared for the occupation, it’s a group established in the loss of hindrance and acceptance. At the present time, Soul Clap, Modeselektor, Coyu, and Billboard Dance Editor and Chief/DJ Matt Medved have tweeted back in the support.
Let's do a free party in Charlottesville to promote & dance for unity & equality, and fight those @realDonaldTrump supporting neo nazi's.
— Maceo Plex (@MaceoPlex) August 14, 2017
— Soul Clap (@soulclap) August 14, 2017
— modeselektor 🏳️🌈 (@modeselektor) August 14, 2017
— Coyu (@coyumusic) August 14, 2017
— Nick Murphy (@nick_murphy) August 14, 2017
The Charlottesville riots prompt the deaths of three people; two cops and one 32-year-old paralegal. The aggressor was one of twenty people who were struck by a White Supremacist from Ohio, who is presently in control of the authority. The dreary reaction from our POTUS implies that a heap of work must be finished by the general population who won’t remain to have scorn like what happened this past weekend prevail in our society.
What DJs would you want to see at a free resistance party?