Proceeds from singer/songwriter James Blake's upcoming DJ gigs in San Francisco, California will be donated to a relief fund benefiting the victims of the recent Oakland warehouse fire.
Thirty-six people died last Friday (02Dec16) when a building known as the Ghost Ship went up in flames during a dance party.
Officials are still investigating the cause of the fire at the performance space and artists' studio, which has become the most lethal building blaze in the U.S. in over a decade.
British musician James is set to hit the decks at San Francisco's Public Works on Thursday (08Dec16) and Friday (09Dec16), as part of his label 1-800 Dinosaur's U.S. tour, which also features fellow artists Airhead, Dan Foat, Klaus, and Mr. Assister.
A share of profits from the two shows will aid those affected by the blaze.
"In light of the events in Oakland last weekend we will be contributing money from our two San Francisco parties to the Fire Relief Fund," a post on the company's Facebook page reads.