Polyvinyl to release Japan benefit compilation ft. of Montreal, St. Vincent + more
Polyvinyl Records will release a compilation tribute to Japan and the earthquake and tsunami victims from earlier in the year. The compilation is entitled 3.3.11 and will be released physically on September 26 but is available now, digitally from here. It includes previously unreleased and some unheard tracks from a variety of artists, all of which are listed below:
- Deerhoof - "Giga Dance (Live)"
- Love Is All - "Pappas Tant"
- Efterklang - "Alike (Opiate Remix)"
- Birthmark - "Big Man"
- Kit - "Brass Palms"
- Shugo Tokumaru - "Video Killed the Radio Star"
- Asobi Seksu - "Vicious Bears"
- Caithlin De Marrais - "Sorry"
- Alright - "Moving"
- Owen - "Guest List"
- Pele - "Pequod"
- Take Care - "Living Forever"
- Toe - "Ordinary Day"
- Xiu Xiu - "Hyunhye's Theme (Acoustic)"
- David Bazan - "American Flags"
- XBXRX - "Want"
- Midstress - "Too Many Shoes, Not Enough Feet"
- Starfucker - "The Wisdom of Insecurity"
- of Montreal - "Sex Karma (St. Vincent Remix)"
- Casiokids - "London Zoo"
- Lizard Police - "Same Socks"
- Joan of Arc - "Steady (Demo)"
- Common Loon - "A Moment in Energy Transfers"
And here is what it looks like, physically.
All profits from the sales of the record will go to the American Red Cross to support the International Red Cross in their continuing relief efforts across Japan.