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The Marcus Intalex Foundation & Calibre team up

The Marcus Intalex Music Foundation launches a new initiative with Calibre to raise funds for charity.

The Marcus Intalex Foundation was set up to support young music talent and help to give them an opportunity to break into the music industry. They provide workshops, one-on-one tuition, studio sessions and more to help develop their talents.

Today they have released a brand new fundraiser and have teamed up with Belfast-based production legend Calibre to do so.

For a small charity donation, the Foundation are giving away a beautiful, previously unreleased collaboration between Marcus Intalex and Calibre titled Lobeat, an exclusive Shelflife 07 track titled Sweet Sound and a never before heard interview with Calibre and Fabio from the Foundation radio residency at Sun And Bass Festival in 2019. The interview is part one of a wider podcast series from the Foundation which we thoroughly recommend you check out.

The Foundation will be splitting all money raised with 42nd Street in Manchester, an innovative charity providing free and confidential services to young people experiencing difficulties with their mental health and emotional wellbeing.

Available to buy and donate now via Bandcamp now on a pay as you feel basis after a minimum £5 donation.

Marcus Intalex Foundation: http://www.mi-mf.com/

42nd Street: http://42ndstreet.org.uk/

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