Elan’s September 2020 Mixtape

Your monthly genre-agnostic playlist that tends to hover around 50% new music and 50% from over the last 100 years

September 2020’s mixtape is almost 2 hours and 20 minutes long and has 36 pop, hip-hop/rap, R&B/soul, rock, alternative, country, singer/songwriter, electronic, indie rock, jazz, americana, children’s, afro-beat, and gospel songs across 8 decades. This playlist is available on both and . Enjoy!

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September 2020’s playlist on and :

1. Youth Decay — Sleater-Kinney (2000) 2. There’s More to Life Than This (Live Version) — Björk (1993) 3. Only Child — Tierra Whack (2019) 4. DO YOU LOVE HER — Jessie Reyez (2020) 5. Beginning of the End (Wyld Stallyns Edit) — Weezer (2020) 6. Your Love — The Outfield (1985) 7. Can’t Hardly Wait — The Replacements (1987) 8. Surrender — Will Butler (2020) 9. Come On Out — The Airborne Toxic Event (2020) 10. Kids — Orville Peck (2020) 11. Oolaloom — Jordan Lehning (2020) 12. How Can I Know You — Carmen Canedo (2020) 13. Baby No More — Anjimile (2020) 14. I Only Have Eyes for You — The Flamingos (1959) 15. Sweepstakes Prize — Mirah (2000) 16. Pays imaginaire — Polo & Pan (2017) 17. Soul Meets Body — Death Cab for Cutie (2005) 18. 885 (navy) — ShitKid (2020) 19. We Can Go — Beak> (2019) 20. A Hymn — IDLES (2020) 21. There You Are — Jesus Song №7 (Remastered) — The Flaming Lips (1990) 22. Can’t Find My Way Home — Blind Faith (1969) 23. Lookin’ for a Leader — 2020 — Neil Young (2020) 24. Feeling Good — Nina Simone (1965) 25. Cry Me a River — Ella Fitzgerald (1962) 26. Love In the Underground (B-side) — Bandits On the Run (2020) 27. When We Grow Up — Diana Ross (1972) 28. I Like to Dance — Alex the Astronaut (2019) 29. What It Is (What It Is) — Angel Olsen (2020) 30. Good Egg — Rama Gu (2019) 31. Headless Horseman — The Microphones (2001) 32. Rome, Through a Fog — Logan Farmer (2020) 33. Zombie — Fela Kuti (1976) 34. Bad Idea (feat. Chance the Rapper) — Cordae (2019) 35. It’s Gonna Rain — Rev. Milton Brunson & The Thompson Community Singers (1998) 36. Whitey On the Moon — Gil Scott-Heron (1972)

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Originally published at on September 3, 2020.

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