Andy Votel explores the dark side of the Moog as 6 Music Celebrates Electronica.
This week's highlights, including First Aid Kit, Alex Horne and the electronica season.
New music in one handy bitesize programme.
The Cure live in London in 1997, plus BBC sessions from Easterhouse and The Flaming Lips.
Alexis Korner presents a profile of Eric Clapton. First broadcast in 1983.
A great mix of music for the weekend, including a featured album.
Mary Anne has a 3 Minute Epiphany from British sculptor Richard Wentworth.
Cerys welcomes DJ78 back to the studio along with jazz enthusiast Jason Lee Lazell.
4/4 The late Iain Banks talks about his life and favourite music. (R)
Guy is in Chicago and Minneapolis, playing music hailing from those fair cities.
Iggy Pop continues his 6 Music stint by goin' uptown.
Tom Robinson invites listeners to help build a Moog-themed playlist.
Actor, comedian and musician Matt Berry chats about his album Music for Insomniacs.
The Don's Crucial Vinyl is Lou Reed's 1972 classic Transformer.
Guy is in Chicago and Minneapolis, playing music hailing from those fair cities. (R)
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.
Blue in London in 1977, plus sessions from The Last Party and She Keeps Bees.
Presented by Alexis Korner.
The Hawk wants to know what song you deserve in Name Your Tune.
Monday 26 May 2014