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"Playing the Hits" with Lunokhod 3 (archive)

Saturday, November 5, 2022 | 06:00 to 08:00

Artist Song Album Label
Nels Cline/Tim Berne/Jim Black Momento The Veil Cryptogramophone
Ticonderoga Chatterton The Heilig-Levine LP 54 40 or Fight
Double Negative Discovery Machine Daydreamnation Sorry State
The Rosebuds Without a Focus Loud Planes Fly Low Merge
Mdou Moctar Karad Etran Anar Sahel Sounds
The Ladybug Transistor Jersey Streets Old Enough To Know Better: 15 Years Of Merge Records Merge
Wax Chattels Glue Clot Captured Tracks/Flying Nun
Steve Lehman Trio with Craig Taborn Beyond All Limits The People I Love Pi
Janet Beat A Willow Swept By Train Pioneering Knob Twiddler Trunk Records
Butterflies Nothing to Lose Residual Child Trekky
Erie Choir Hey Little Thing! Bad Tsars Was A Drag Potluck Foundation
Ahmed Ag Kaedy Poesie Akaline Kidal Sahel Sounds
Aoife Nessa Frances Less Is More Land of No Junction Ba Da Bing
Moondogs Ya Don't Do Ya Good Vibrations: The Punk Singles Collection Anagram
Don Howland The Cowboy and the Cowgirl The Land Beyond The Mountains Birdman
Joan Shelley Jenny Come In Live at The Bomhard self-released