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"Playing the Hits" with Lunokhod 3 (archive)

Monday, June 13, 2022 | 00:59 to 02:59

Artist Song Album Label
Ibeyi O Inle Spell 31 XL
Ava Mendoza Don't Look New Spells Astral Spirits
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith & Emile Mosseri Blink Twice I could be your dog / I could be your moon Ghostly International
Butterflies Forklift Residual Child Trekky
Secret Boyfriend Last Town This Is Always Where You've Lived Blackest Ever Black
The Body Eschatological Imperative I've Seen All I Need To See Thrill Jockey
La Chicana La Marylin The Rough Guide To Tango Nuevo Rough Guides
Róisín Murphy Kingdom Of Ends Róisín Machine Skint
Soft Circle Bad Habit Shore Obsessed PPM
Don Howland The Cowboy and the Cowgirl The Land Beyond The Mountains Birdman
Steve Coleman & Five Elements Noctiluca (Jan 11) The Mancy of Sound Pi
Erie Choir Seaside Arms Slighter Awake Sit-n-Spin
Evan Morgan 15-501 Frozen Over Between the World and Small Things Blue Hole Recordings
Family Connection This Time Eccentric Soul: Omnibus Vol. 1 Numero Group
Horsegirl Electrolocation 1 Versions of Modern Performance Matador
Mary Lattimore and Jeff Zeigler Stanislas Music Inspired by Philippe Garrel's Le Revelateur Thrill Jockey
Bailterspace Wasn't The First Time Concret self-released