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Iggy Confidential

Iggy serves up a sonic cocktail to start the weekend off. He's got tracks by Death Valley Girls, Sparks, Chicano Batman, Alice Coltrane and Francoise Hardy.

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

This week he's got tracks by Death Valley Girls, Sparks, Chicano Batman, Alice Coltrane and Francoise Hardy.

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.

2 hours

Last on

Fri 25 Aug 2017 19:00

Music Played

  • Death Valley Girls

    Death Valley Boogie

  • Charles Lloyd

    Passin' Thru (Live 2016)

  • The Bamboos

    The Wilhelm Scream (feat. Megan Washington)

  • Sparks

    What The Hell Is It This Time?

  • Sly & Robbie

    Fire

  • Fran├žoise Hardy

    Le Temps De L'amour

  • Johnny Adams

    Roadblock

  • TORRES

    Skim

  • Cody ChesnuTT

    I've Been Life

  • The Slits

    Instant Hit

  • Sleaford Mods

    Air Conditioning

  • Lizzy Mercier Descloux

    Jim On The Move

  • Death Valley Girls

    Love Spell

  • Bo Diddley

    Down Home Special

  • Little Walter

    Off The Wall

  • Birdy Nam Nam

    Escape

  • Ron Carter

    I Only Have Eyes For You

  • The Nile Project

    Inganji

  • Tortoise

    The Catastrophist

  • The Moonlandingz

    Blow Football (feat. J. Carpenter)

  • The Mellows

    Smoke From Your Cigarette (feat. Lillian Leach)

  • Alice Coltrane

    Stopover Bombay

  • Seattle Symphony & Ludovic Morlot

    John Luther Adams: Become Ocean

  • Hawaiian Gremlins

    Give It Up

  • Chicano Batman

    Black Lipstick

  • Dave Catching

    Overdrive

  • Material

    Seven Souls

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