Banana Hill have built a reputation for bringing far-flung sounds from across the world to a basement in Northern England. The Manchester party, spearheaded by Cervo, JVC and SNO, have launched a new arm to their party; an edit series with all profits going to a different charity each month.
January marked the first release, an edit of from Cervo of Idrissa Soumaoro’s ‘N’taki’, with proceeds going to Meet Me There, a non-profit festival in the Volta region of Ghana who support a range of sanitation and education projects in the area. This month the charity is a little closer to home. Profits from February’s edit, a rework of Simon Moloi’s ‘Shorty’ by James Fox, are going to Manchester Food Bank. Not only that, but a huge percentage of the profits from their monthly parties will also be donated to their chosen charity.
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