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How We Can Support Artists Right Now

Each day is wildly different from the last. It’s hard to keep up with the changing protocols, closures and cancellations —and it’s even more difficult to wrap our heads around how quickly COVID-19 is spreading, affecting lives, and what can be done. We put together a guide with several resources to help support artists & the music community during this time. What can we do as fans, listeners, and supporters to help our favorite artists stay afloat during this pandemic? Buy Merch There’s no better time to add to your collection of CDs, tapes, and LPs. Get some new cozy


COVID-19 Updates

The safety of our artists, fans, and staff is always our top priority and planned for accordingly. We encourage those who are sick to stay home and remind everyone coming to our venues to wash their hands regularly with soap and water and use hand sanitizer. We continue to implement preventive measures at all Live Nation Venues in line with the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other health agencies. We have taken the following steps to help ensure the health and safety of everyone who walks into our buildings: · Extra hand sanitizer dispensers


LISTEN: Rina Sawayama’s new single “XS”

Dirty Hit’s very own, Rina Sawayama, released her newest single, “XS” off of her forthcoming, debut album, “SAWAYAMA” due for release on April 17. In a statement, Sawayama explains the inspiration behind “XS.” ‘“XS” is a song that mocks capitalism in a sinking world. Given that we all know global climate change is accelerating and human extinction is a very real possibility within our lifetime it seemed hilarious to me that brands were still coming out with new makeup palettes every month and public figures were doing a gigantic house tour of their gated property in Calabasas in the same


LISTEN: Disq Releases Debut Album “Collector”

“Staring at computer screens, scrolling through the bottomless pit of the internet, and the loneliness and disenchantment of trying to find your place in the world when the entire political climate is stacked up against young people: these are the things that inform Disq’s debut album ‘Collector’ – out now (6 March).” – via NME (read more here) One look at the track list of Disq’s new record Collector tells you nearly everything you need to know about the Madison five-piece debut. While the age at which this creative opus was produced is inherently impressive, it actually forms an integral component