Monday, July 18, 2011


In a rebuilding process that will take several years to complete, Japan is faced with a frightening financial obligation. The damage from the 2011 Tsunami has yet to be tallied completely, but one thing for certain, every little bit of fundraising effort will be welcomed with open arms, despite their developed country standing.
We've seen a very active music community get behind Japan, and this beat science/bass music scene has not been the exception.
Now, Icasea presents their own edition: Benefit Compilation for Japan.

"Benefit Compilation For Japan" is dedicated to the victims and survivors of the March 11th Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, and to those affected by the ongoing nuclear crisis.

All proceeds from the sale of this compilation will be donated to assist in the rebuilding of peoples lives and the recovery of the devastated areas. The proceeds will be split between the Japanese Red Cross Earthquake Relief Fund and the special accounts set up by the regional governments of the affected areas for the acceptance of monetary donations.

Many thanks to all the contributing artists."

Many thanks indeed, as this compilation packs 70+ tracks which would make it a quadruple disc. There are enough contributions on this compilation to keep you going for solid month. But better yet, the comp is available for 7£.

The Benefit Compilation for Japan is available now for download.

Enjoy and show love.


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