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"Playing the Hits" with Lunokhod 3 (archive)

Sunday, May 1, 2022 | 12:07 to 14:07

Artist Song Album Label
Dorothy Moore The Only Time You Ever Say You Love Me (Is When We're Making Love) Something New To Do: The Phillip Mitchell Songbook Ace/Kent Soul
Southern Culture On The Skids Primitive Zombified Kudzu
Megafaun Impressions of the Past Gather, Form & Fly Hometapes
The Weather Station Trust Ignorance Fat Possum
Various Artists Kovsky Building Beats Compilation Vol. 1 Self-Released
Ken Vandermark Composition: One For Basquiat Juneteenth: A Catalytic Sound Compilation Catalytic-Sound
The Magnetic Fields Kiss Me Like You Mean It 69 Love Songs Merge
Angel Olsen (Summer Song) Whole New Mess Jagjaguwar
Clifford Hayes' Louisville Stompers Dance Hall Shuffle Folks, He Sure Do Pull Some Bow! Old Hat
The Mekons I Fall Asleep (Album) Ancient & Modern Bloodshot
Koeosaeme Point Obanikeshi Orange Milk
Nihiloxica Bwola Kaloli Crammed Discs
The Strange Boys Doueh Live Music Rough Trade
Brooklyn Rider Newsome: Simpson's Gap The Brooklyn Rider Almanac Mercury Classics/In a Circle
Constant Malva Un Ecrivain Proletaire Magritte, The Surrealist Group In Brussels, Rupture 1926-1938 Sub Rosa