Bon Iver, Jack White and more donate items to ‘Studios For Schools’ charity

The charity helps to build music studios for low-income schools.

A number of bands and artists, including Bon Iver and Jack White, have donated items for a second round of auctions by ‘Studios For Schools.’

The charity, which was set up by Scott Montoya (drummer of The Growlers), aims to held low-income schools design and build music and film production studios. Back in May, a series of auctions sold off rare items from The Black Keys, The Coathangers, Modest Mouse and more, and the charity is now gearing up for a second round.

This time, there’s a pack from Bon Iver containing several of their records, while Jack White’s Third Man Records has donated some of White’s own records alongside an Elvis Presley 10”. Elsewhere, there’s posters from Magnetic Fields and Spoon, as well as a rare Record Store Day pressing of Beach House’s LP ‘Depression Cherry.’

The auctions are set to start on 5th December. See the full set of items up for grabs here.

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