Electronic music and social engagement. Even a very small song can illuminate much darkness.
This is the device of Alexander Haller's charity project 'Children's noise is future music' presented by his label Roovestar. In order to show that the electronic music scene fits perfect to social components, Alexander Haller decided to create this charity project. ‚According to some research I came across an institution called Sterntalerhof, which focuses on care of families with critically ill children and finances themselves purely from donations.' said the young Austrian musician. ‚In order to support this outstanding institution, I decided to create this charity project with my label Roovestar and our motivated team, whose entire redemption goes to Sterntalerhof.' In addition to the compilation release, an event will take place at the Club Sass (Vienna) on January 14th, 2017.
For those to whom Sterntalerhof is a stranger, a brief explanation: This institution is a care center for critically, chronically and mortally ill children and their families. What makes Sterntalerhof so unique? - The entire care team not only mentally and physically treat children and teenager affected by a disease, but also involve the entire family in the process. There, families are provided with a path to a stable family life by means of animals, as well as music therapy.