Side-Line introduces Cain Johnson – listen now to ‘Corrupt’ (Face The Beat profile series)
Track 46 on our free download compilation “Face The Beat: Session 3” is by Cain Johnson. “Corrupt” is an acoustic track, quite an odd thing one might say on an almost 100% pure electronic music compilation. The track will appeal to the neo-folk minded readers but also to those who like a good portion of Laibach.
You can listen to the track below:
Cain Johnson is a project by Karsten Allenstein. He says: “This is a new project. It’s a complete new start. A reset. I’m lucky I was born in the right country, lucky that my family and me are well, lucky that I am currently not hungry nor have to be afraid of imminent war. This kind of luck is NOT bestowed upon everyone… I would like to combine my passion for music and that for helping others. For that very reason I have initiated the project Cain Johnson.”
As a result Johnson will donate all the proceeds of his first album to the ‘Childrens charity World Vision’. Says the musician: “I have already covered costs for music and video production, promotion and such, so that from the first sold album onwards all funds can be donated.”
The “Reset” album can be found on on Amazon DE as CD or download.
This will be a one off project though. You can check out the official Cain Johnson website, Facebook page and Soundcloud for more official info.
Here’s the video for the track:
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