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Iggy Confidential

Iggy serves you up a sonic cocktail to start the weekend off. This week he's spinning tracks by Vince Staples, Solo 45, London Grammar, Discharge and Songhoy Blues.

Iggy serves you up a sonic cocktail to start the weekend off.

This week he's spinning tracks by Vince Staples, Solo 45, London Grammar, Discharge and Songhoy Blues.

Iggy's musical legacy has inspired and energised rock and roll's alternative spirit since the late Sixties and his stage antics have marked him as a truly iconic frontman.

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Last on

Fri 18 Aug 2017 19:00

Music Played

  • Denys Baptiste

    Dusk Dawn

  • Solo 45

    Feed Em To The Lions

  • Vince Staples

    Party People

  • Lila Downs

    Naila

  • The Orielles

    I Only Bought It For The Bottle

    • Heavenly.
  • London Grammar

    Nightcall

  • Sarah Brightman

    Gloomy Sunday

  • Songhoy Blues

    Bamako

    • Transgressive Records.
  • Johnny Cash

    Cocaine Blues (Live from Folsom Prison)

  • Lil Peep

    Benz Truck

  • Ahmad Jamal

    Marseille (feat. Abd al Malik)

  • Discharge

    New World Order

  • Discharge

    Hatebomb

  • Agent Orange

    Bloodstains

  • Agent Orange

    Pipeline

  • SZA

    Normal Girl

  • Cornelius

    Brazil

  • The Black Madonna

    He Is The Voice I Hear

  • Ronny Jordan

    Blues Grinder

  • Miles Davis

    Bye Bye Blackbird

  • Tumi and the Volume

    Bus Stop Confessions

  • Bobby Womack

    Broadway Walk

  • Salt‐N‐Pepa

    Sexy Noises Turn Me On

  • Dr. Lonnie Smith

    Dapper Dan

  • The Briefs

    Orange Alert

  • Agent Orange

    Miserlou

  • Songhoy Blues

    Sahara (feat. Iggy Pop)

    • Transgressive Records.

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