Four Tet Shares 28-Hour Playlist of Music From Muslim-Majority Nations Affected By Trump Order

Four Tet performs at Styx on Oct. 23, 2015 in London.
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Four Tet performs at Styx on Oct. 23, 2015 in London. 

Many of the entertainment world's stars have taken to social media and the streets to broadcast their distaste for President Donald Trump’s executive order issued on Jan. 27, which suspended the United States' refugee program and barring entry from citizens of Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen for 90 days.

Zedd is trying to organize a show to support the ACLU and its fight against the ban. Add to the list Four Tet, who has spent the last few days listening to music created by artists those seven nations, and he's compiled a massive, genre-spanning playlist featuring many of his favorites on Spotify. It runs 28 hours and 32 minutes, so it's more than a day's worth of material. Go listen to it on full blast outside the White House.