It wasn’t just an attack on the LGBTQ community, but on one of its sacred spaces: the dance floor. On the one-year anniversary of the shooting, the two artists are teaming up not just to ensure violence against the gay community is still part of the national dialog, but to take back the dance floor.
SWERLK celebrates individuality, diversity, freedom, and fierceness. Scissor Sisters and MNDR are donating 100% of record sales and encouraging donations to the Contigo Fund, which emerged from the Pulse tragedy and offers financial support to organizations working to heal, educate and empower LGBTQ and Latinx individuals, immigrants and people of color, as well as those working to end all forms of bigotry in Central Florida.
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Gina Schulman, Jamie Carroll, Press Here, Sundraj Sreenivasan, Supersonic PR, Chris Tabron, Dave Kutch, Mike Reddy, David Gross, Kara H-G Coleman, Kevin Peterson, The Mastering Palace, Andrew Miller, Peter Geiser, Caryn Ganz, Jacob Cooper, Ricky Fernandez, ride or cry, somehoodlum, Kevin Tachman, Drew Levin, Nick Noyes, Brad Landers, Jackie Carlson, Evan Montgomery, Rebecca Faye, Abbey Claire Keusch, Dominique Keegan, Marco Quiroga, Mark Blaylock, Anthony Cedeno, Contigo Fund, Matt Blinstrubas, Scott Campbell, Elton John AIDS Foundation, Rich Ferraro, GLAAD, Neil Harris, Tony Maserati, Jason Foster, Mookie Singerman, Marley Harmon, We Are Free, Fabienne Leys, Otion Front, Fluct, Aimee Phillips, Carmen Cacciatore & Martha Tang at Mighty Real Agency, David Russell, Sarah Landy, Michele Riggi and the team at AWAL, everyone at Kobalt Music Group, SONGS Music Publishing, Max and the team at Indaba Music, Craig Jones at Music House UK
Thank you to everyone who SWERLKED for this amazing cause! We hope this brings some help and joy to the Florida communities and families who need it most.