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Producer Will Producer Will | 08:48 UK time, Monday, 23 July 2012


After the sad news of Jon Lord’s passing earlier in the week, a celebration of the pioneering musician and his band Deep Purple seemed like the logical thing to base the playlist on this week.

Tom was off sunning himself so Jon Hillcock stood in and also ran down some of the tracks which have made a huge impact online over the previous seven days, and also invited blogger Joe Sparrow from A New Band a Day onto the show to share with us some of the music he’s been listening to recently.

Deep Purple – Hush (read some of the tributes to Jon Lord)
The xx – Angels (listen on YouTube)
Tame Impala – Apocalypse Dreams (listen on YouTube)
Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti - Only In My Dreams (we asked you on Facebook and you made it our Jam for the week)
Gwilym Gold – Lust for Sale (read the review on Pitchfork)
Micachu and the Shapes – Slick (stream the new album at The Guardian)

#Blog6Music – tracks chosen by Joe Sparrow fro A New Band a Day
An Blonds – Breathed You Out
J4KL – Raindrops
Vlad – Caramel
Kiran Leonard – Dear Lincoln
Madegg – Bluu Forms
Blonde Bunny – How Do You Cope, Hope

#DeepPurple6Music - a Deep Purple and Jon Lord inspired playlist picked by you
The Kinks – You Really Got Me
Deep Purple – Fireball
Deep Purple – Lazy
Whitesnake – Here I Go Again
Herbie Hancock – Bring Down the Birds
The Charlatans – Weirdo
Deep Purple – Highway Star (Live)
Jon Lord – Pictured Within
Deep Purple – Child in Time


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