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"Playing the Hits" with Lunokhod 3 (archive)

Wednesday, February 6, 2019 | 13:59 to 15:59

Artist Song Album Label
György Ligeti Pièce électronique no. 3 an anthology of noise and electronic music / fourth a-chronology volume #4 1937-2005 Sub Rosa
Little Eva Uptown The Dimension Dolls Sundazed
Gross Ghost Ones I Love Public Housing Odessa
Battles Toddler Gloss Drop Warp
Kelan Phil Cohran & Legacy White Nile African Skies Captcha
Jess Rowland The Orhcestra Warms Down The Endless Fall Of The Infallible See - And The Future Imagery Architecture Edgetone
Dillinger Natty King Fu Studio One DJ's Soul Jazz
Helado Negro Con Suerte Canta Lechuza Asthmatic Kitty
Stone Jack Jones Disappear Love & Torture Western Vinyl
Wooden Shjips Ruins Back To Land Thrill Jockey
Neo Boys Under Control Sooner or Later K
Saun&Starr Big Wheel Look Closer Daptone
Trio 3 & Vijay Iyer With Oliver Lake, Reggie Workman & Andrew Cyrille Wiring Wiring Intakt
Charlie Feathers Wild Side Of Life Wild Side Of Life: Rare And Unissued Recordings Vol. 1 Norton
Anna von Hausswolff Stranger The Miraculous Other Music
Ros Serey Sothea Heaven's Song Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll Dust-to-Digital