Monday Mixtape | More Than 75 Songs Worth Celebrating (Side 1)

It’s a big day for musical birthdays — singer Robyn is 44, They Might Be GiantsJohn Linnell is is 64, guit-steel master Junior Brown is 71, Cheap Trick drummer Bun E. Carlos is 72 and singer-songwriter Roy Harper hits 82. And those are just the musicians who are still with us — Pretenders bassist Pete Farndon would have been 71 today, Boston singer Brad Delp would have turned 72, MVP bassist John Wetton would have hit 74, and jazz pianist Chick Corea would have turned 82, just like Troggs frontman Reg Presley. If that isn’t enough to celebrate, here’s some more: 75-plus new singles, videos, cover tunes, remixes, golden oldies, unburied treasures and live performances — most of which you won’t find anywhere else. Your Tinnitist-approved tracks are tagged with a ⭐️. Make a wish:



1Clowns | Formaldehyde

2The Black Angels | History of the Future

3The Bobby Lees | Bellevue + Dig Your Hips + Have You Seen A Girl + Strange Days + Greta Van Fake

4Toronto Is Broken | Breed (ft. Reebz)

5Gut Health | The Recipe

6The Who | Young Man Blues (London Coliseum 1969)

7James Brown | I Got You (I Feel Good) + Papa’s Got A Brand New Bag + Prisoner Of Love + Please Please Please + Night Train

8The Bablers | Witchy Woman, Mr. Lazy

9Sloan | I’ve Gotta Try

10Sigur Rós | Blóðberg

11The Bee Gees | Turn of the Century (Live On The Midnight Special)

12Skydiggers | My City Is Gone

13Bobby Oroza & El Michels Affair | Whatcha Know

14Cheap Trick | Rockford, IL 12/27/1973 Complete

15Klein | Shot In The Dark

16Posezur | Big Body