Consulting date June 2014
27 June 2014
US electronic producer Skrillex met Dj Fosta and Thibo Tazz last year during his tour in South Africa, where he participated in an educational workshop in the township of Langa with non-profit organization Bridges for Music . 
Bridges for Music, an organisation focused on supporting music development in underprivileged communities, has now partnered with Glastonbury this year  to bring local talent from the townships in South Africa to perform at this years festival, giving them the opportunity to travel abroad for the first time in their lives. 
Skrillex has since been keen to play alongside both artists, to demonstrate his support and respect for the South African music scene and more specifically to the townships where he lived an unforgettable experience. The legendary Rabbit Hole stage, known to host big unannounced shows was the perfect venue for bringing them together again, now in this side of the world. 
 Dj Fosta and Thibo Tazz will be performing again Saturday at The Blues stage (1pm). 
This trip has been funded by the British Council under their program CONNECT ZA , the dep. of Arts and Cultre in South Africa and Pioneer Dj.
For more information about this organization visit : 
20 June 2014
During the month of December OWSLA  launched Nestivus, a campaign which lowered monthly fees for new members to the label’s online subscription program, OWSLA IV, and enticed users with exclusive new goodies, including downloads, merch, and never-before-heard remixes, with all proceeds proudly to be given to charity. The result of the campaign was monumental, with a marked increase in subscribers and social interaction, and most importantly, $7692.46 raised for Bridges for Music. These profits, made from new and existing subscriptions for that month, have been donated in order to assist Bridges for Music in their founding of a new music studio in Langa Township, Cape Town, South Africa, a township with a vibrant music scene where house music has become a driven force for the youth.
12 June 2014
B-FOR the famous japanese and fusion restaurant from Ibiza will be supporting Bridges for Music by donating 0,3 cents per diner guest during the entire summer season. 
Bridges for Music and B-FOR will also develop spcecial fundraising evenings throughout the season. 
B-FOR´s manager Gregori stated: " We believe its an innovative non-profit supporting music, which after the food is what most matters to us and most of our clients. We had been thinking for long to start a charity initiative and we believe this is a great opportunity" 
more info about BFOR resturant on