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Now Playing @6Music tracklist April 8, 2011

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Producer Will Producer Will | 22:14 UK time, Friday, 8 April 2011

 

So there we had it – the first ever Now Playing @6Music, are you back sitting comfortably? Then I shall begin with the debrief.

 

This week we focussed on the last live performance of LCD Soundsystem at Madison Square Garden – tracks from, which inspired, or were inspired by the iconic indie-electro band ran through the show and varied from the Velvet Underground to Hercules and Love Affair.

 

We also had the leaking of the Beastie Boys new track – the troubleseome New York white boys are making a comeback with Make Some Noise as well as a promo video featuring some of Hollywood’s A-List such as Will Ferrell, Elijah Wood and Jack Black.

 

We had contributions from Abeano, Drowned in Sound and Music OMH while the Twitter, e-mail, Facebook and text were red hot throughout the show - and this is how Now Playing @6Music shaped up on its debut outing, and how you told us about them.

 

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Tracklist

LCD Soundsystem – Daft Punk Is Playing At My House (via Facebook)

Hot Chip – Over and Over (via Facebook)

Velvet Underground – White Light / White Heat (via Facebook)

 

#Blogged

Gang Gang Dance – MindKilla (recommended by Sian from Abeano)

 

Daft Punk – Derezzed (via Facebook)

Siouzsie & The Banshees – Cities in Dust (via e-mail)

Roots Manuva – Witness (via e-mail)

 

#ThreeoftheBest – Beastie Boys related

Led Zeppelin – When The Levee Breaks Down (via Facebook)

Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry – Soul Fire (via Facebook)

Luscious Jackson – Naked Eye (via Facebook)

 

#nowplaying Arcade Fire – Ready to Start (via Twitter #nowplaying #6music)

Tracey Thorn – Why Does The Wind (via text)

Rapture – House of Jealous Lovers (via text and Facebook)

Le Tigre – Deceptatcon (DFA Mix) (via Facebook)

 

#DigitalDigest

* TV on the Radio new album, Nine Types of Light, streamed on We7

* First listen of Panda Bear, Tomboy, was on NPR (National Public Radio) in America

* Death Cab for Cutie’s Home is a Fire was made available to stream on Soundcloud

* Tyler the Creator caused a stir by Tweeting his new album artwork

* And the Beastie Boys’ new single, Make Some Noise, was leaked on Pitchfolk

 

CSS – Les Make love and Listen to Death from Above (via Facebook)

Hercules & Love Affair – Blind (via Facebook)

 

#Blogged

tUnE yArDs album review, Who Kill, (recommended by John from MusicOMH)

 

Liquid Liquid – Cavern (via Facebook)

Louis XIV – Finding Out True Love Is Blind (via Twitter)

 

#nowplaying Flamings Lips – The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song (via Twitter #nowplaying #6music)

 

#Listener’sMix – Sean from Drowned in Sound

FOE - Tyrant Song (his single of the week)

No Age - Everybody's Down (the song he'd put on a mixtape for Kurt Cobain)

How to Dress Well - Ready for the World (the track from his album of the year, so far) Panic at the Disco - Nearly Witches (the closing track on the new Panic album, which he thinks wonderfully bonkers)

Factory Floor - R E A L L O V E (easily one of the most exciting bands in the world right now)

Donna Summer - I Feel Love (one of his greatest songs ever!)

 

So there we go. Remember to stay in the conversation throughout the week on Facebook, Twitter, e-mail and of course, via the blog, right here.

 

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