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Mitski, Angel Olsen, Bully, Whitney Featured On 100-Song Anti-Trump Compilation

by Ryan Middleton   Jan 13, 2017 16:24 PM EST

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It is no secret that there are a lot of musicians who don't like President-elect Donald Trump. Secretly Group and 30 Days, 30 Songs (the group that released anti-Trump songs in the lead up to the election) are teaming up to release a large 100-song compilation titled Our First 100 Days. It is a subscription-based compilation featuring the likes of Whitney, Mitski, Angel Olsen and Bully that releases one song per day over the 100 days after Trump's inauguration on Jan. 20.

"Many of us woke up the morning after the election in a state of shock. Everything was different. We knew that we had to do something, and we are incredibly proud of what we are pulling together with Our First 100 Days," writes Secretly's Phil Waldorf.

"Not only is it a collection of great music, it is the music community coming together, supporting many important organizations, who will be the first line of defense against the policies of the new administration. We hope that people not only love the music, and discover some new things with this collection, but they see it as an easy way to make a contribution to a cross section of organizations that need the support right now."

The compilation will cost a minimum of $30, but fans that purchase it can donate more if they choose. For that $30, supporters will get access to all 100 songs when they are released daily and as a bundle at the end. Other artists featured on the compilation include Toro Y Moi, The Range, How To Dress Well, Tim Heidecker, Will Oldham, the Mountain Goats, Avey Tare, Jens Lekman, Cherry Glazerr and many more.

The proceeds will go directly to certain organizations on the frontlines of climate, women's rights and immigration. The organizations are All Above All, Cosecha, Southerners On The Ground, The People's Climate Movement and Hoosier Action. The project is produced with the help of Revolution Per Minute, which helps musicians make change.

The first song will be released on Inauguration Day, Jan. 20 at 12 p.m. EST. Pre-order the compilation here and get more information on the whole project here.

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