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1 hour
First broadcast:
Thursday 01 April 2010

Thursday is Roundtable day. Join Lammo as he welcomes Moshi Moshi Records Boss Stephen Bass into the studio to chat about some interesting new releases. The label have a long history of finding new talent, releasing early singles from Florence and the Machine, James Yuill, Fanfarlo and current 6 Music favourites The Drums. He joins Bluetone Mark Morris and Viv Albertein in discussing new music from The Dead Weather and The National. You too can comment on all the tracks by entering the Roundtable Chatroom. Log on via the BBC 6Music website and enter your opinion with a collection of other 6Music listeners.

Music Played

7 items
  • Image for The Dead Weather

    The Dead Weather Die By The Drop

    CD SINGLE, Third Man/Warner Bros

  • Image for Villagers

    Villagers Becoming A Jackal


  • Image for The National

    The National Blood Buzz Ohio

    CD SINGLE, 4 A.D., 1

  • Image for Freebass

    Freebass You Don'T Know (This About Me)

  • Image for Bear in Heaven

    Bear in Heaven You Do You

    Hometapes/Dreamboat Records

  • Image for Fatboy Slim And David Byrne

    Fatboy Slim And David Byrne Eleven Days

  • Image for Fatboy Slim & David Byrne

    Fatboy Slim & David Byrne Please Don'T


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