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SCOTT LAWLOR - Releases Tribute To Orlando Victims

 

Scott Lawlor releases a tribute to the Orlando victims and donates proceeds from his full catalog to Red Cross. The Pain Of Being Fractured, a long form ambient track is dedicated to the victims of the terrible massacre in Orlando Florida on 12 June 2016. Proceeds from this and all other albums on his Bandcamp site through the month of June will be donated to the Red Cross. In his words: "This album is an expression of my solidarity in standing with the victims of the horrific shooting at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando during the early morning hours of June 12, 2016, as well as those suffering from atrocities in other regions of the world such as Beirut, Baghdad, and Syria.
we need healing, we need light, we need something to break the curse and the vicious circle humanity has fallen unto..
Music is a universal language which we can all understand so to that end, I wanted to do my small part in being a contributor along with other people who may be using that same vehicle to express their own voices of solidarity during this most difficult time. Thank you for listening as we come together in a time of grief and darkness to discover that we can be a force of good and light, to lend our own individual voices to the cause of peace and tranquility to a world that, more than ever, is in such desperate need of both.
During the month of June, any proceeds from the sale of any album on my band camp site will be donated, in full, to the Red Cross.
This was composed live on http://stillstream on January 8, 2016 and when I was listening to the playback, almost brought to tears by the music, I felt this was perfect for expressing the sadness and shock that I feel as a result of another senseless act of barbaric violence against innocence and the eternal consequences of this horror which will forever be visited on those who are left behind." Link.