“Pay what you want” charity album from John Frusciante

Radiohead was the first band to promote the “pay what you want” sales model. This moves the notion forward, with benefiting a specific charity. I wouldn’t be surprised if more arts related commerce is directed in this fashion. In this case providing future students the continued ability to study music and possibly choose music as a viable career. Kudos to John and Omar ~

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The Mars Volta‘s Omar Rodriguez Lopez and former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante have released a second instrumental album together as part of a ‘pay what you want’ scheme.

The pair, who released ‘Omar Rodriguez Lopez & John Frusciante’ in the same way last month, have issued a new LP called ‘Sepulcros De Miel’.

Although fans can download it for free, they are encouraged to pay what they can as all profits are being donated to the Keep Music In Schools charity program.

For more information and to download the album, visit RodriguezLopezProductions.com.
(NME.com)

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