Strokes, Pearl Jam & More Appear on All-Star Benefit Album

Josh Homme/Eddie Vedder/Strokes collaboration to appear on new compilation, alongside many other unreleased gems.

Johnny Firecloudby Johnny Firecloud

An upcoming three disc compilation to benefit homeless youth entitled Live From Nowhere Near You Vol II arrives on July 19, featuring an impressive number of high-profile musicians. Included in the release will be tracks from Modest Mouse, Stone Gossard and Mike McCready of Pearl Jam, Bright Eyes, Corin Tucker, Elliott Smith, James Mercer and many more.

A collaboration track between Eddie Vedder, Joshua Homme and The Strokes is to be included in the star-studded compilation album as well. Queens of the Stone Age/Them Crooked Vultures frontman Homme joins the Strokes' Fabrizio Moretti on drums on "Mercy Mercy Me," while Pearl Jam's Vedder and Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas share vocals. Head to Antiquiet to hear the song. 

As savvy fans are undoubtedly aware, "Mercy Mercy Me" was previously only available as a B-side to The Strokes' single "You Only Live Once". And while news of the track's inclusion may not be the pinnacle of excitement, its context alongside so many other high-profile releases may very well be.

The compilation has been compiled by Kevin Moyer and consists of collaborating street musicians, friends and professional musicians. The majority of the music recorded in his attic and basement studios, donated spaces, live on the street and in alleyways or under bridges, with the purpose of the album being to tell the story of life on the streets and the roads leading to and from it.

The Volume Two effort is three CD combining for over 210 minutes of music. You can get the whole set right now for only $15, which also includes a digital download version. Preordering is the only way to get all of the tracks on the release (there are a couple of big name artists that won't appear on the digital only versions). Most of the compilation's 64 tracks are exclusive to the album and cannot be found anywhere else.

All profits from this release will be donated to Outside In, a non-profit organization in Portland, OR focused on providing aid and counseling to homeless youth. Keep an eye on the organization's Facebook page, where they will be releasing more details in the coming days. Antiquiet's got another trick up our sleeve before the release of Live From Nowhere Near You Vol II – stay tuned for an exciting audio exclusive from the project.

Right now, the album is available for pre-order through Greyday Records' website for $15.

Full list of participating artists on Page 2

 


 

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Aaron Trueb (of Tango Alpha Tango)

Adrian McEldery

Aimee Nash (of The Black Ryder) 

Aja Kim

Albert Hammond Jr (of The Strokes)

Alex Barwick

Anita Robinson (of Viva Voce, Blue Giant)

Archi Read

Arion Salazaar (original member of Third Eye Blind)

Benjamin Weikel (of The Helio Sequence)

Bill MacBeath

Bob Graham Mild (of The Upsidedown)

Bosko

Brad Hargreaves (of Third Eye Blind)

Brandon Summers (of The Helio Sequence)

Brant Taylor (of Pink Martini)

Brent DeBoer (of The Dandy Warhols)

Brett Hartenbach:

Brett Kron (of The Upsidedown)

Brian Sage

Brian Winkle 

Britt Daniel (of Spoon)

Carlos Cortes

Carlos Guitarlos

Carlos Vamos

Catherine Kamei

Chris Ballew (of The Presidents of the United States of America) 

Chris Denham

Chris Frazier

Chris Friel (of The Rockfords)

Chris Funk (of The Decemberists, Blue Giant)

Christian Zammit

Christine Zieverink

Cole Peterson (of Sweetwater)

Conor Oberst (Bright Eyes)

Corin Tucker (of Sleater-Kinney)

Courtney Taylor Taylor (of The Dandy Warhols)

Dan Reed (of The Dan Reed Network)

Dan Wienstien

Dand Lee Strickland

Daniel Johnston (solo, himself))

Dann Gallucci (of Modest Mouse) 

Danny Seim (of Menomena and Lackthereof)

Danyel Smith

Dave Allen (of Gang of Four, Faux Hoax, and Shriekback)

Dave Dederer (of The Presidents of the United States of America) 

David Black

David Brown

David Maverick

Dirk Wallace

DJ Sirround

E.L. James

Eddie Vedder (of Pearl Jam)

Elliott Smith (solo, formerly of Heatmiser)

Erik McDowell

Evan Railton (of Swords)

Evan Stroum

Fabrizio Moretti (of The Strokes)

Freddie Thomas

Goldie Davich

Goldxilla

Greg Montplaisir (of Station Zero)

Greg Oden (of The Portland Trailblazers)

Greg Snell

Imani Coppola

Isaac Brock (of Modest Mouse)  

James Mercer (of The Shins)

Jason Adams (of The Upsidedown, Pete International Airport)

Jason Finn (of The Presidents of the United States of America) 

Jay Bennett (of Wilco)

Jeff Tweedy (of Wilco)

Jeremiah Green (of Modest Mouse) 

Jeremy “Jem” Cohen (of The Ettes)

Jerry Carnathan  

Jill Wilson

Jim Talstra

Jodi Huffman

Jody Linscott

Joe Berardi

Joe Purdy (solo, himself)

Joe Whaley

Joey Morales (of Top Jimmy and The Rhythm Pigs)

John Askew (of Faux Hoax, Tracker, FILMguerrero)

John Doe (of X)

John Moen (of The Decemberists)

Jonathan Maron

Jordan White

Josh Brown (of The Robots)

Joshua Homme (of Queens of the Stone Age and Them Crooked Vultures)

Julian Casablancas (of The Strokes)

Kachina Dechert

Keith Schreiner (of Dahlia, Suckapunch)

Kevin Moyer

Kevin Robinson (of Viva Voce, Blue Giant)

Leah Shapiro (of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and The Raveonettes)  

Licky Noir

Lindsay “Coco” Hames (of The Ettes)

Lindsay Buckland

Lisa Lengwenus

Logan Lynn (solo, himself)

Marc Cappelle

Maria “Poni” Silver (of The Ettes)

Matt Brown (of The Robots)

Matt Moore (of The Upsidedown)

Max Butler

Mic Crenshaw (of Hungry Mob, Suckapunch)

Michael Childers

Mike McCready (of Pearl Jam)

Mike Sweeney (of Criteria and Bright Eyes)

Mike Watt (of The Minutemen,  fIREHOSE, reunited Stooges)

Mirabai Carter-Trueb (of Tango Alpha Tango) 

Mr Ricky Maymi (of BJM and The Imajinary Friends)

Nathan Jr (of Duover, M Ward)

Nathan Trueb (of Tango Alpha Tango)

Neal Clark (of Station Zero)

Neil Gust (of No. 2 and Heatmiser)

Nicholas Crosa (of Pink Martini)

Nick Valensi (of The Strokes)

Nikolai Fraiture (of The Strokes)

Otto Papasadero

Patrick Kempfer

Paul Cobb

Paul Immanuel Owens

Paul Lingas

Pete Droge (solo, himself)

Pete Mazich

Pete Miser (solo, of The Five Fingers of Funk)

Peter Hayes (of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club)

Peter Holmstrom (of The Dandy Warhols)

Phillip Dieter aka Skeeter

Portland Street Elvis AKA John Schroeder

Rich Milock (of Station Zero)

Robert Been (of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club)

Rory Merrit Stitt

Ryan Adams (solo, formerly of Whiskey Town, The Cardinals)

Ryan Bernstein

Sarah Jane (of The Upside Down)

Scott Von Ryper (of The Black Ryder) 

Seth Lorinczi (of the Golden Bears)

Shawn Smith (of Brad and Satchel)

Skeeter

Stephan Jenkins (of Third Eye Blind)

Steven Wilson (of Porcupine Tree)

Stic.man (of Dead Prez)

Stone Gossard (of Pearl Jam)

Street Freddie

Street Keith

Streetkid SkunkE,

Suzy Coté

Thomas Lauderdale (of Pink Martini)

Tim Jensen (of Pink Martini)

Tobin Herrera

Tom Fabre

Tristan Evans (of The Upsidedown)

Tyler Coyle

Vince Meghrouni

Vini Miranda

Walker Beckman (of Tango Alpha Tango)

Wally Hendrickson (of Station Zero, The Hip Replacements, Sinus Rhythm)

Woodie Guthrie

Various anonymous street musicians and artists