Compilations & More

If you want to support us or hear what we’re about, download one of our albums on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, Beats or many other music services. You can also stream us on Spotify, Deezer or other music platforms and we get revenue from the ads – which also goes to our partners. Just click the links above to find them!

The best way to get our music is on Bandcamp, where you can actually pay more if you wish for our albums – it’s also the way we get our donations the most quickly. You can also read the liner notes there to learn about the artists’ ideas behind the tracks and titles. It’s the complete experience.

LATEST RELEASE: VOLUME 4: INFINITE POTENTIAL!

FULL DISCOGRAPHY IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER:

 

ASPERGER’S BEAT

A one-off single by neurodivergent musician Asperkraken. Put out to ensure our place on Spotify, this is, oddly, popular, and exclusive to streaming platforms.

 

VOLUME 1: POTIONS OF ACCEPTANCE

Our first release from 2016, this album focuses on the challenges of people on the spectrum and how to overcome them.

 

VOLUME 2: POWER TO THE SPECTRUM

Our second release from 2017, this album sends positive messages to empower people on the spectrum.

 

CATHARSIS: A SENSORY-FRIENDLY ALBUM

A solo release/reissue by Asperkraken, this lo-fi ambient release is meant to induce deep calm and help regulate sensory overload and trigger sensory escape. Think of it as an auditory heavy blanket. Dedicated to the late neurodivergent Jason Bursey, who died of a drug overdose.

 

VOLUME 3: FORCES OF NEURODIVERGENCE (FAN FAVORITE)

Our third annual release, and currently, our most popular and best fundraising album to date! This release forces on the concept of neurodivergence and positivity and features a wide range of genres from metal-infected chiptune to bitpop to nerdcore rap! Clover Stockwell (aka Chain Reaction) wrote a killer review of it.

 

VOLUME 4: INFINITE POTENTIAL

Our fourth annual release, this time focusing on the infinite potential of neurodivergent people, rather than the limits perceived by a neurotypical and autism negative world that are often displayed!