Luz Devida Compilation

A record label out of Tucson, Arizona, is releasing a benefit compilation for victims of the January 8th shooting with tons of great indie rock contributors! You can read more about the compilation on the Music Against Violence site, or here, from Fort Lowell Records:

The record will be released on Oct. 18, during the international Week Without Violence. It will be available in two formats, a 37-track digital album and a special limited-edition 12-song vinyl release, with exclusively Tucson bands.

San Francisco Bay Area musicians John Vanderslice, Mark Growden and Chuck Prophet (Los Depravos) stand in support of the Tucson community as it heals from the Jan. 8 shooting that claimed six lives and injured 13 others, including Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords.

All proceeds from the sale of Luz de Vida will go to the Tucson Together Fund, the official fund established to assist victims, families, and witnesses of the January 8th tragedy.

The compilation includes songs from Calexico, Giant Sand, Neko Case, Spoon, DeVotchKa, Jimmy Eat World, Meat Puppets, Ozomatli and Tucson locals Tracy Shedd, Dead Western Plains, Lenguas Largas, Salvador Duran, Sergio Mendoza y La Orkesta and many others.

Dead Western Plains – “People Beat”

Giant Sand – “Recovery Mission”

Tracklist is available after the jump.
1: Taraf de Tucson “Vaya Con Dios”
2: Dead Western Plains “People Beat”
3: Sweet Secrets “Evidence”
4: John Vanderslice “Pale Horse”
5: Rachel Flotard & Jon Rauhouse “Hammered Light”
6: Kiss & The Tells “Tell Me Now”
7: El Depravos (feat. Chuck Prophet) “Vampire Requiem”
8: Rainer “The Oasis”
9: Reno del Mar “All For Love”
10: Robyn Hitchcock “Light Blue Afternoon”
11: Ozomatli “It’s Only Time”
12: Mariachi Luz de Luna “Luz a la Vida”
13: Sunday Afternoon “Mexico”
14: Giant Sand “Recovery Mission”
15: Al Perry & Calexico “Dreaming (Live)”
16: Brian Lopez “Molly (Live)”
17: Chango Malo “A Change Is Gonna Come (Live)”
18: Meat Puppets “Love Our Children Forever (Live)”
19: Jimmy Eat World “Here It Goes (Live)”
21: Tracy Shedd “Encourage Me”
22: La Cerca “Swim An Ocean”
23: Spoon “Vittorio E.”
24: Seashell Radio “Lewis y Clark”
25: Calexico “Absent Afternoon”
26: Neko Case “Middle Cyclone”
27: Mark Growden “Saguaro”
28: Sergio Mendoza y La Orkesta “Las Calles de Tucson”
29: DeVotchKa “The Common Good”
30: Lenguas Largas “Such A Thing”
31: Golden Boots “Regional Whales”
32: Silverbell “Why”
33: Rich Hopkins “What Am I Supposed To Do?”
34: Holy Rolling Empire “Father’s Father”
35: Tom Walbank “Guitar In Dub”
36: Silver Thread Trio “Mockingbird”
37: Salvador Duran “Gabynda (Yolanda)”