DJ Mag partners with Youth Music & Keep Hush Merch Service for UK underground merch line

DJ Mag partners with Youth Music & Keep Hush Merch Service for UK underground merch line

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DJ Mag has partnered with the Youth Music charity to launch a Keep Hush Merch Service campaign.

We’re celebrating the 2021 Best of British awards by teaming up with Youth Music and Keep Hush Merch Service on a range of t-shirts and long sleeves, designed by UK artist James Lacey (aka Pointless Illustrations).

All DJ Mag profits from sales of the t-shirts will go directly to Youth Music. The charity partner equalises access to making, learning and earning in music for all young people. They’ve made incredible steps towards breaking down barriers in the music industry, to ensure that the sound of the next generation is more diverse, more relevant, more equitable and more creative.

Anyone who purchases the DJ Mag x Youth Music merch from now until Monday 13th 11:59pm will also receive a free ticket to the 2021 Best of British Awards in London which will be emailed to them on Wednesday 15th December.

Both the t-shirts and long sleeves are on sale now. Check out the designs below.

 

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