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"Playing the Hits" with Lunokhod 3 (archive)

Friday, January 13, 2023 | 14:59 to 16:59

Artist Song Album Label
Steve Arrington + Dam Funk I Be Goin Hard Higher Stones Throw
DJ Rashad Let It Go Hyperdub 10.1 Hyperdub
Lowell Fulson Tramp The Tramp Years Ace
Lydia Loveless Can't Think Daughter Honey, You're Gonna Be Late Records
Sarah Shook & the Disarmers Apocalypse Cover Charge: NC Artists Go Under Cover to Benefit Cat's Cradle Splinter Group
Drag Sounds So You Trying to Get Out of Here? Feelin' It Drugmoneytapes
Dish Wading Boneyard Beach Interscope
The Honored Guests Please Try Again Please Try Again Breakfast Mascot
Sister Rosetta Tharpe I Want A Tall Skinny Papa Complete Recorded Works, Volume 2 - 1942-1944 Document
Daniel Bachman A Song For The Setting October Sun Green Alum Springs Three Lobed Recordings
The Body They Are Coming I've Seen All I Need To See Thrill Jockey
Shmu C~Siq Pure Bliss Requiem Pour Un Twister
John Coltrane Part 1 - Acknowledgment [Alternative Take] A Love Supreme Impulse!
Mary D. Williams Blood Done Sign My Name Blood Done Sign My Name self-released
Ollie Gilbert Who Killed Poor Robin? Art of Field Recording Dust-To-Digital