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Anti Social Camp Drops Second Wave Of Compilation Tracks

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Anti Social Camp is entering its fourth year as a premier, yet totally free, songwriting camp in NYC. Now, the songs previously written by artists on the rise are being shared in the Anti Social Camp Vol. 1 compilation. The second wave of tracks is currently available ahead of the full 13-song release. Additionally, the full compilation arrives on March 20 via Amuse. Check out the full list of tracks below.

Anti Social Camp celebrates the age of collaboration in pop music,” said Danny Ross, Founder of Anti Social Camp and Berklee NYC professor.

Anti Social Camp Vol. 1 is our first official album and a dream realized. Amuse has given us invaluable support to curate and release 13 standout hits out of 100+ records made at Anti Social Camp 2023. Unbelievably, these songs were made in 4-hour sessions last June with complete strangers—now they’re ready to be heard across the world.”

Ross continues, “Anti Social Camp is a vehicle to remind the music industry of New York’s legacy and the significant pool of talent here ready to change the game. Now let’s get ready to make Volume 2 in June.”

Anti Social Camp Vol. 1 Tracklist:

1. “Superlover”—French Horn Rebellion ft. JORDANN
2. “Paper Plane”—YONAS 
3. “Whatever’s Next”—Ky Hollis
4. “Chase Me”—INViDA & Gomey

Anti Social Camp is taking place in 2024 on June 10-15 in New York City. Applications for this summer are currently closed, but be sure to look out for upcoming events and application days here.

You won’t want to miss Anti Social Camp opportunities in the years to come. After all, alumni include Andy Grammer, Walk The Moon, Grace VanderWaal, X Ambassadors, JP Saxe, Rob Thomas, MICHELLE, Marian Hill, Ant Saunders, Pom Pom Squad, Zach Hood and many more.

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