6 авг. 2013 г.

Benefit for the Recovery in Japan



Benefit for the Recovery in Japan is a compilation album dedicated to the victims and survivors, their families, and the aid workers courageously struggling to deal with the aftermath of the earthquake, resulting tsunami, and nuclear emergency that occurred on March 11th, 2011 in Japan. 100% of the proceeds from the sale of this compilation will go directly towards the recovery and relief effort. The album features the contributions of sixty-four artists from around the world and clocks in at nearly five hours of music.

The people of Japan need your help now, and your purchase of this music is one way to connect with and provide assistance to the people in Japan working to recover from this disaster. 100% of the proceeds from your purchase of this release will go to the Japanese emergency response organization Civic Force — thereby helping support real work happening on the ground by Japanese-based relief workers.
 
Benefit for the Recovery in Japan is curated by Antiopic's David Daniell and James Elliott, with invaluable assistance from Regina Greene (Front Porch Productions), Greg Davis, and Bettina Richards (Thrill Jockey). Greg Davis mastered the compilation and Sadek Bazaraa designed the cover art. This release is made possible by the generosity of Thrill Jockey and all of the artists involved.

Featuring such artists as Fennesz, Stephan Mathieu, Lawrence English, Tom Carter (of Charalambides), Akron/Family, Oneohtrix Point Never, Keith Fullerton Whitman, Ben Frost, Grouper, Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, Evan Caminiti (of Barn Owl), James Blackshaw & Hush Arbors, Nat Baldwin (of Dirty Projectors), Elm (Jon Porras of Barn Owl), Tim Hecker, Sylvain Chauveau, C. Spencer Yeh, Oren Ambarchi, Ben Vida and many many others...




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