A collection of indie-rock stalwarts and new kids on the block are donating their tunes to a good cause. Surfer Blood guitarist Thomas Fekete was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer earlier this year, and, according to Rolling Stone, artists such as Yo La Tengo, Lou Barlow, and The Drums have donated never-before-heard songs, live cuts, and demos as a benefit for his treatment. Each song has been pressed onto “hi-fi stereo lathe-cute vinyl, with only one copy available for each song.” The singular pressings are now up for auction on eBay, including a live version of “Motor Away” from Dayton, Ohio’s own Guided By Voices.

For those on a budget that still want to do their good deed for the day, the 13 tracks can also be downloaded digitally via Fetkete’s GoFundMe page for a small donation of $10. Also available via the auction are autographed items from Sleigh Bells, Yoko Ono, Flaming Lips, and Interpol.

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Surfer Blood—whose original name was Jabroni Sandwich—performed as part of The A.V. Club’s Undercover series, turning in the cover of The Pixies’ “Gigantic” seen below.