Houston label Majía is launching a new compilation series entitled “Exhibition,” that aims to push the envelope of experimental club music while also bringing light to a potent cause and contributing to a charity. The first installment will emphasize the dancefloor, with new cuts contributed by L-Vis 1990 (Night Slugs) M.E.S.H. (Pan), v1984 (Build), Paul Marmota (La Vendicion),Debit (NAAFI), Santa Muerte and many more. All proceeds from the release will be donated directly to “United We Dream,” a Houston based non-profit. In their own words, they are the “largest immigrant youth-led community in the country. We (United We Dream) create welcoming spaces for young people – regardless of immigration status – to support, engage, and empower them to make their voice heard and win!” United We Dream is extremely active in the fight to reunite families at the US-Mexico border in light of recent actions by the Trump administration, as well as fighting to retain the rights for DREAMERS. Majía is a budding Houston club label, ran by Santa Muerte and fresh off of the release of their fifth annual bootleg compilation and "Waxworm" by Korma. Exhibition also coincides and shares branding with a recurring party that is held in downtown Houston, and co produced by Mystic Stylez.
Majía encourages everybody to download the compilation and donate on Bandcamp. All proceeds will be donated.