They don’t make compilations quite like “Music For Everyone” anymore, but maybe they should.
“Music For Everyone” is a 27-song comp full of some of the biggest names in indie, punk, emo and rock to benefit the ACLU. The ACLU is the American Civil Liberties Union and works on defending the rights of individuals. The comp was curated by John Nolan of Taking Back Sunday and Nolan enlisted a diverse lineup of acts like Anti-Flag,The Republic Of Wolves, Allison Weiss, Anthony Green from Circa Survive,Frank Iero from My Chemical Romance and others.
“In the next four years, there is a lot of potential to see policies that will discriminate against people of color, Muslims, women and the LGBT community,” Nolan said in a news release.”The ACLU has a long history of fighting discriminatory and unconstitutional policies, and I wanted to do something to unite people in support of that fight.”