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"Playing the Hits" with Lunokhod 3 (archive)

Monday, May 16, 2022 | 09:59 to 11:59

Artist Song Album Label
Blood Quartet Sanctuary Root 7 Foehn
John Howie Jr. and the Rosewood Bluff Back To Basics Leavin' Yesterday Hands Up!
Polvo Old Lystra Celebrate The New Dark Age Merge
Rapsody Tyra Eve Jamla/Roc Nation
Bowerbirds Human Hands Hymns For A Dark Horse Burly Time
Sally Townes Slow Burning Candle Roberta Vandervort & Sally Townes Forager Records
Spoon You Got Yr. Cherry Bomb Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Merge
The Reatards Not Your Man Teenage Hate Goner
Street Gangland Rhythms Band 4 Rhythm Back To Black Lo Recordings
Jordan Reyes As The Sun Dips Sand Like Stardust American Dreams
Eddie Johnson My Baby Just Cares for Me Indian Summer Nessa
Shane Parish Eliza Lee Liverpool Dear Life
Polyorchard White 2 Color Theory in Black and White Out and Gone Music
Meredith Monk Dark_Light 1 On Behalf of Nature ECM
Endangered Species Just A Memory (Vocal Mix) V4 Visions: Of Love & Androids Numero Group
Chris Corsano & Bill Orcutt Man Carrying Thing Made Out of Sound Palilalia
Maybel Cawthorn Tom Watson Tune Art of Field Recording Dust-To-Digital