Drvg Cvltvre, DJ Overdose and AAAA also add to the collection, which will benefit the Mexican Red Cross.
Mexico's Dance Your Name collective and Dutch producer Marsman have teamed up to release Mexico Relief.
The compilation will raise money for the recovery effort in the wake of two severe earthquakes that hit southern and central Mexico last month. Overseen by Mexico City promoters Dance Your Name, it's got a mix of local and international artists like Legowelt, Silent Servant, Drvg Cvltvre, DJ Overdose and AAAA, spanning house, techno and electro. The 26-track album is available for 10 euros, though they're encouraging friends and fans abroad to donate as much as possible to help people displaced by the disaster and rebuild damaged buildings.
Forest Swords just released a two-track single to raise money for disaster relief too.
Listen to Mexico Relief and head over to Bandcamp to buy the compilation and contribute to the relief fund.
01. Tevo Howard - Idle Heart (In Your Eyes)
02. Legowelt - Life Was A Dream In 1995
03. Photonz - Corrosive Longing
04. Black Merlin - Technology And Magic
05. Alessandro Adriani - Corn Seeds
06. Privacy - Time Slip
07. Armando Frames - Mr Stevens
08. Silent Servant - After
09. Identified Patient - Een Lange Zwarte Weg
10. Cubenx - Galvanized
11. Drvg Cvltvre - I Can Feel The Devil Walking Next To Me Part II
12. Gsr.brg - Pool
13. Vernon Felicity - Rhythm Livin
14. Snuffo - The Machine From Monte Jup
15. DJ Overdose - Gallup
16. Das Ding - HSTA (Live in Paris 2013)
17. Retrograde Youth - 00039
17. Timothy J. Fairplay - Geothermal Park
19. AAAA - Morro At A Diner
20. Bad Name Roy - Sin Voluntad
21. Alpha+ - Mezzanine
22. EMI.te - Sun Is Shining (Bright)
23. Muzikalist - The Race Don't Stop
24. Nehuen - Samples 2 Bonusbeats
25. Quadratschulz - софия глада (Sofia Hunger)
26. Zombies in Miami - Pan Song feat. Haunted Strasse (Original Mix)
Mexico Relief is out now.