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Watch and listen to the very best music moments brought to you from BBC 6 Music.
Jake Burns speaks to Stuart about the huge tour Stiff Little Fingers are about to begin.
Gilles is joined by the godfather of jazz funk, Lonnie Liston Smith.
For Mary Anne's 3 Minute Epiphany, Devendra Banhart explains how collaborations can work.
Karl Bartos, formerly of Kraftwerk, speaks to Mark and Stuart about his new album.
E from Eels catches up with Lauren Laverne.
Harry and Dom from Peace join Lauren Laverne to talk about their debut album In Love.
Double Ivor Novello nominees The Leisure Society join Marc Riley in the studio.
Edwyn Collins catches up with Marc Riley.
David talks to Mary Anne about selecting his name and Warhol, Bolan, Jagger and Stardust.
Danny Robins follows in the footsteps of Bowie and Iggy Pop revisiting their Berlin haunts
Angelo Starr chats about the tribute concert to his brother Edwin.
Ahmed Gallab of Sinkane speaks to Stuart about the musical project.
Gruff Rhys talks to Stuart about Neon Neon's latest album, Praxis Makes Perfect.
Young Husband chat to Marc - hear the interview and clips from their session tracks.
The National played Maida Vale for Lammo - hear clips from the tracks and the full chat.
Lulu James catches up with Lauren Laverne.
Brett Anderson of Suede spends a weekend with Mary Anne Hobbs.
Lammo welcomes Fang Island to the show for a chat from the BBC Maida Vale Studios.
Terry from House of Love talks to Mark about their new album, She Paints Words in Red.
6 Music is celebrating Record Store Day and Marc chats to Rupert at Drift Records.
Tom and Maxim of TOY join Mark to chat about the band's latest recordings.
Lammo is joined by his New Favourite Band artist Findlay to chat about her music.
Songsmith extraordinaire John Shuttleworth joins Mark and Stuart to chat and play live.
Karl Hyde was live with Lauren - hear clips from his live session and the full interview.
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