Chicago, IL (PRWEB) August 19, 2014
Today, the electronic music community turns its focus away from the stage and toward a greater cause with Bass for Autism Vol. 2. This all-star EDM compilation aims to promote autism awareness and support the efforts of the Organization for Autism Research (OAR).
Bass For Autism is a collaborative endeavor between some of the most prolific purveyors of electronic dance music, including EDM.com, SectionZ Records, and the edmDistrict.
With over $3,700 dollars raised from their previous album and online festival, BFA hopes to exceed those donations with their latest effort, Bass For Autism Vol. 2.
This new compilation boasts 49 new and original tracks spanning the entire spectrum of electronic dance music. Included are the amazing talents of Savant, Xilent, DotEXE, Curious Kontrol, Rameses B, Splitbreed, and more!
OAR is a non-profit organization whose mission is to make a difference in individual lives by funding autism research, providing timely and relevant autism information to those who need it, and funding post-secondary scholarships for students with autism. Net proceeds will help fund OAR’s groundbreaking programs, including Operation Autism (supporting U.S. military families affected by autism), Autism in the Schoolhouse, and the OAR Scholarship Program.
Music fans can support OAR by downloading the compilation on Bandcamp.
Coming soon to Beatport, iTunes and other major digital distributors!
About Bass For Autism
"Bass for Autism" is an organization dedicated to supporting autism research through the power of music.
Jack Kieffer, Founder – Bass for Autism
About Organization for Autism Research
OAR is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to apply research to the challenges of autism. OAR funds studies whose results can help families, educators, caregivers, and individuals with autism find answers to their immediate questions and make more informed decisions. No other organization has this singular focus. OAR strives to make a difference in individual lives by funding research, providing timely and relevant autism information to those who need it, and creating opportunities for the autism community to collaborate and make advances together. Learn more at: http://www.researchautism.org.