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"Playing the Hits" with Lunokhod 3 (archive)

Thursday, September 18, 2014 | 03:59 to 05:59

Artist Song Album Label
Battles Prismism Mirrored Warp
Last Year's Men Make Me Feel Okay Sunny Down Snuff Churchkey Records
Jeff & Jane Hudson Help Me Flesh Captured Tracks/Dark Entries
Lightnin' Hopkins Bald Headed Woman Arhoolie Records 40th Anniversary Collection 1960­-2000 Arhoolie
Billy Swan Don't Be Cruel Country Funk II: 1967-1974 Light In The Attic
La Barra De Chocolate Dona Lucia La Barra De Chocolate Munster
The Steve Adamyk Band Landslide II Dirtnap
Cassis Orange O, So What カシスオレンジ self-released
Divine Fits Shivers A Thing Called Divine Fits Merge
Dan Melchior Und Das Menace Gnomes on the Runway Catbirds & Cardinals Northern-Spy
The Old Ceremony Guo Qu Tender Age Alyosha
Efterklang Hands Playing Butterfly Parades + Under Giant Trees (Special Edition) [[Disc 2]] Leaf
Marissa Nadler Mr. John Lee Revisited Marissa Nadler Box of Cedar
Freddi / Henchi And The Soulsetters Mama Told Me To Watch Out The Sultans Of Soul Wind Hit
The Clean Anything Could Happen Anthology [Disc 1] Merge
Royal Baths Darling Divine Better Luck Next Life Kanine
Michi Sarmiento Caprichose Aqui Los Bravos! The Best Of Y Su Comba Bravo 1967-77 Soundway
Mikey Dread King In The Ring Dread At The Controls - Evolutionary Rockers Dread at the Controls
Whatever Brains Looking at the Rats (Double Negative) Whatever Brains II Sorry State
Sun Ra Friendly Love III Pathways To Unknown Worlds / Friendly Love Evidence
Superchunk Winter Games Majesty Shredding Merge
The Wooden Birds Baby Jeans Two Matchsticks Barsuk
Hotel Motel Some Velvet Morning Teen Pop Crisis self-released
Surrealestate Foreign Hand Knot Lacunae Acoustic Levitation
Obits Spot the Pikey Moody, Standard And Poor Sub Pop
David Kilgour & The Heavy Eights Way Down Here Left By Soft Merge
Samuel Robison And The Sweet RB Fnords Consensus: Celebrating 36 Years Of College Radio At Wqfs Greensboro Red Strings
Anonymous (Recordio Home-recording Disc) The Stranger ...I Listen to the Wind That Obliterates My Traces Dust-to-Digital
Pieta Brown Night All Day Mercury Red House
Sharon Van Etten Love More Epic Ba Da Bing!
Screaming Females Something Ugle Ugly Don Giovanni
The Sensational Whirlwinds (Make Old) Satan Leave Me Alone This 1 May Be My Last Time Singing Tompkins Square
Fennesz + Sakamoto 0428 Flumina [Disc 2] Touch
The Amazing Dogs Gentle Stream Subliminal Sounds
The Reatards Not Your Man Teenage Hate Goner
Jandek Part 8 Where Do You Go From Here Corwood Industries
Neo Boys Cheap Labor Sooner or Later K
Fan Modine Waiting For Distant Light Gratitude For The Shipper Daniel 13 Press
Food Pyramid Birthday Money Opal Vol. I & II Moon Glyph
Culture See Them A Come Two Sevens Clash Shanachie
Halleluiah Chorus I've Got To Find A Way Eccentric Soul: The Nickel & Penny Labels Numero Group
Pants Yell! Frank And Sandy Received Pronunciation Slumberland
Orange Juice Texas Fever ...Coals To Newcastle - [Disc 1] Domino
The Fall Hexen Definitive / Strife Knot Perverted By Language Line
Doc Cook And His 14 Doctors Of Syncopation I Got Worry Baby, How Can It Be? Songs of Love, Lust and Contempt from the 1920s and 1930s Dust-to-Digital