Thirty Days of Yes, spearheaded by a group of Oz’s raddest labels and collectives, brings together a stunning batch of artists in support of the ‘yes’ vote for marriage equality in Australia.

Thirty Days of Yes is a subscription mixtape that earns you one new song a day for 30 days. 100% of the profits will go to LGBTIQ+ youth charity organisations Minus18 and Twenty10.

Over the 30 days, your ears will be privy to the likes of Courtney Barnett, Cub Sport, Hockey Dad, the Murlocs, and a whole lot more goodness.

The first track on the playlist is a new tune from Twerps, It’s Time, which was recorded during sessions for 2015’s Rage Anxiety.

It’s Time was written in 2013 during the rise of the Abbott era,” offers ex-bassist Rick Milovanovic, the trackss writer. “The song was a reminder to him and his party that they would not be speaking on behalf of all straight Australians. Most importantly, it was also a message of support to the LGBTIQ+ community, that a lot of straight Australians would be right by their side in the fight for equality in this country.”

The awesome project comes to us thanks to 37 Adventures, Aarght Records, Barely Dressed, Chapter Music, Farmer & The Owl, Flightless, Future Classic, Good Manners, Inertia Music, Milk! Records, [PIAS], Remote Control Records, Rice Is Nice Records, Spunk Records, and more.

If you like the sounds of it, the mixtape is available for $15 here.