Blood Orange, Clairo, Daniel Caesar (And More) Assemble At Artists For Aid

A very special London concert...

With the Tories now firmly out of Downing Street and Labour attempting to rebuild it’s easy to become complacent on the state of the world we’re in right now. But one look at news channels makes it clear – for many people, day-to-day life remains an existential threat.

Mustafa wanted to do something to help. His Artists For Aid concerts have become focal points of communal resistance and international support, raising money for charities on the ground in Palestine and Sudan.

Working with alacrity, Mustafa booked the Troxy in East London, and assembled a King’s Ransom of emphatic artistry. The line-up included some all-time CLASH favourites, many making all-too-rare appearances in London.

In short, the lucky crowd at the sold out venue caught sets rom Bint Mbareh, Blood Orange, Clairo, Daniel Caesar, Earl Sweatshirt, King Krule, Nicolas Jaar, Ramy Youssef and Yasiin Bey. A remarkable cast.

Photography Haruki – himself of Sudanese heritage, and humbled by the energy in the room – caught the action.

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