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"Playing the Hits" with Lunokhod 3 (archive)

Saturday, July 16, 2022 | 16:09 to 18:09

Artist Song Album Label
Vijay Iyer & Mike Ladd DeGaulle - instrumental InWhatStrumentals Pi Recordings
Open Field Radical Chapters O.F. II self-released
Bat Fangs Static Bat Fangs Don Giovanni
IKOQWE Quarentena The Beginning, the Medium, the End and the Infinite Crammed Discs
Catherine Irwin The Banks of the Ohio Little Heater Thrill Jockey
Filthybird Sunshine Southern Skies Red Strings
Ex Hex Want It to Be True It's Real Merge
Guided By Voices My (Limited) Engagement It's Not Them. It Couldn't Be Them. It Is Them! GBV Inc.
Abelardo CarbonĂ³ y su Grupo Se Acaba la Paz El Maravilloso Mundo De Abelardo Carbono: Psychedelia, Afroroots & Champeta in 1980s Barranquilla Vampi Soul
Patrick Cowley Timelink Muscle Up Dark Entries/Honey Soundsystem
Theopolis Stokes Washboard Rhythm Black Appalachia: String Bands, Songsters and Hoedowns Rounder
Zs Except When You Don't Because Sometimes You Won't Score - The Complete Sextet Works: 2002-2007 Northern Spy
Bola Sete Garota de Ipanema Samba in Seattle : Live at the Penthouse, 1966-1968 Tompkins Square