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Iggy Confidential

Iggy serves you up a sonic cocktail to start the weekend off. This week he forgoes the festive to bring you tracks by Wu-Tang Clan, Goat Girl, Fever Ray and some Chinese rap.

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

This week he forgoes the festive to bring you tracks by Wu-Tang Clan, Thurston Moore, Goat Girl, Fever Ray and a couple Chinese rap cuts.

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 22 Dec 2017 19:00

Music Played

  • PG ONE

    Two Diseases

  • Wu-Tang Clan

    Frozen

  • Wu-Tang Clan

    If What You Say Is True

  • SoKo

    Sweet Sound Of Ignorance

  • The Switzerlands

    Army Knife

  • Kelela

    LMK

  • Laurel Halo

    Moontalk

  • Thurston Moore

    The Lords And The Ladies

  • shame

    Gold Hole

    • Fnord.
  • John Blow

    An Ode On The Death of Mr Henry Purcell: Mark How The Lark and Linnet Sing

    Singer: Samuel Boden. Singer: Thomas Walker. Ensemble: Arcangelo. Conductor: Jonathan Cohen.
  • Fever Ray

    To The Moon and Back

    • pias.
  • Keith Jarrett

    The Survivors' Suite: Beginning

  • Goat Girl

    Cracker Drool

    • Rough Trade Records.
  • Gorillaz

    Garage Palace (feat. Little Simz)

    • Parlophone.
  • Noveller

    The Thing

  • The New Mastersounds

    Your Love Is Mine (feat. Corinne Bailey Rae)

  • Barbara Lynn

    I'm A Good Woman

  • Sam Dees

    Just Out Of Reach

  • Esperanza Spalding

    I Can't Help It

  • Buddy Guy

    Living Proof

  • The Rolling Stones

    (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (Saturday Club, 18th September 1965)

  • Bonobo

    Bonobo

  • Higher Brothers

    Made In China

  • Khruangbin

    Maria TambiƩn

  • Bonobo

    Bambro Koyo Gandra (feat. Innov Gnawa)

  • Laurel Halo

    Like An L

  • The Nine Elevens

    Hippy Teeth

  • Neon Piss

    Bullet In The Back

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