Raica, Baltra and You're Me contribute to the triple-cassette set, which supports the LGBTQ Center of Durham.
The North Carolina festival asked Matt Werth's Brooklyn-based label to soundtrack a meditation space on its grounds. RVNG took things a step further, pulling together a reflective compilation protesting the state's regressive anti-LGBTQ laws. HB2, the infamous "bathroom bill" limiting transgender access to restrooms was recently repealed and replaced by HB 142, a new state law that still fails to provide protections for North Carolina's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
All proceeds from the sale of Peaceful Protest, which includes long-form pieces from the likes of Baltra, Kate NV, You're Me and Raica, will go to the LGBTQ Center Of Durham. The limited edition will be sold at Moogfest this weekend as well as RVNG's NYC storefront, Commend.
Listen to Kate NV's "KAK HOW."
01. Baltra – Where Do We Go From Here
02. Kate NV – УХО EAR
03. Kate NV – ДУБ OAK
04. Kate NV – KAK HOW
05. Kate NV – ЖУК BUG
06. Kate NV – ЗРЯ SEE
07. Zach Cooper – The Arts Are The First To Go
08. You’re Me – Live From Deep Blue feat. Jon Scherk
09. C. Lavender – White Oleander
10. C. Lavender – Delphic Oracle Enters The Chasm
11. Raica – Stellar Remnant
RVNG Intl. will release Peaceful Protest on May 18th, 2017.