Polyvinyl announces Japan benefit compilation

By | Published on Tuesday 26 July 2011


As the clear up operation in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan in March this year continues, US label Polyvinyl has announced the release of a new compilation to raise money for the Red Cross and its work in the country.

Entitled ‘Japan 3.11.11: A Benefit Album’, the album will feature 23 tracks, many of them rare or unreleased, from artists including Of Montreal, Deerhoof, St Vincent, Xiu Xiu, Efterklang and more. Available now from digital stores, it will be released on limited edition vinyl on 26 Sep.


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