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Iggy Confidential

Iggy brings you the first Confidential show of the New Year with a selection of new releases peppered amongst some slices of 70s funk, jazz and minimalism.

Iggy brings you the first Confidential show of the New Year with a selection of new releases peppered amongst some slices of 70s Funk, Jazz and Minimalism.

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 5 Jan 2018 19:00

Music Played

  • Sharon Jones and the Dap‐Kings

    Sail On

  • Morrissey

    Jacky's Only Happy When She's Up On The Stage

    • BMG.
  • Betty Davis

    F.U.N.K.

  • Beck

    Dear Life

  • Erland Cooper

    Maalie

  • Kuenta i Tambu

    Dutch Major Leaguer (feat. Schlachthofbronx)

  • TootArd

    Laissez Passer

  • Charlotte Gainsbourg

    Songbird In A Cage

    • Because Music.
  • Vessels

    Mobilise

  • Claude Debussy

    La Romance d'Ariel, L. 54

    Performer: Sabine Devieilhe. Orchestra: Les Siècles. Conductor: François‐Xavier Roth.
  • Maya Youssef

    Syrian Dreams

  • The Blood Brothers

    Set Fire To The Face On Fire

  • The Be Good Tanyas

    Waiting Around to Die

  • SoKo

    No More Home, No More Love

  • Hank Wood and The Hammerheads

    The Ghost

  • Miles Davis

    Miles Runs The Voodoo Down

  • 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.
  • Feng Suave

    Honey, There's No Time

  • Eccentronic Research Council

    Post Wake Estate Agent

  • Japanese Breakfast

    The Body Is A Blade

  • Ty Segall

    Girlfriend

  • Booji Boys

    New Richard

  • Henri Salvador

    Adious Foulards, Adiou Madras

  • The Manx

    Shimmering Ancient Wisdom

  • Tonto's Expanding Head Band

    Cybernaut

  • Givan Lotz

    The Drowned

  • Ragnar Bjarnason

    Smells Like Teen Spirit

  • Various Artists

    Steve Reich: Drumming (Part III)

  • Seattle Symphony & Ludovic Morlot

    John Luther Adams: Become Ocean

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