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Iggy Confidential returns with some early Sleaford Mods

Iggy returns after a brief break with a sonic cocktail featuring some early Sleaford Mods as well as tracks by Steve Reich, MGMT, Sara Serpa and Ryuichi Sakamoto.

Iggy returns after a brief break with a sonic cocktail featuring some early Sleaford Mods as well as tracks by Steve Reich, MGMT, Sara Serpa and Ryuichi Sakamoto.

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

Music Played

  • Sun Ra Arkestra

    Love In Outerspace

  • Les Triaboliques

    Crossing The Stone Bridge

  • Mouse on Mars

    Dimensional People Part III

  • Messer Chups

    Night Stripper

  • Steve Reich

    Pulse

    Ensemble: International Contemporary Ensemble.
  • Lee Morgan

    The Sidewinder

    • Blue Note.
  • Hookworms

    Shortcomings

  • Sleaford Mods

    Armitage Shanks

  • MGMT

    Hand It Over

  • Paulo Diniz

    Rosa Da Fonte

  • Chick Corea

    Wake-Up Call

  • J Hus

    Friendly

  • Giggs

    Whipping Excursion

  • Howlin’ Wolf

    Killing Floor

  • Little Milton

    Feel So Bad

  • Round Eye

    Billy

  • Kings of the South Seas

    Song Of The Sledge

  • Milky Wimpshake

    Dialing Tone

  • The Desert Sessions

    Creosote

  • Bobby Franklin Insanity

    Bring It On Down To Me (Part 1)

  • Sara Serpa

    Babysitter's Playground

  • Claudia Acuña

    Carita De Luna

  • OCS

    Memory Of A Cut Off Head

  • John Fahey

    I'm A Poor Boy A Long Way From Home

  • James Brown

    Devil's Den

  • Miles Davis

    Julien Dans L'Ascenseur

  • Ryuichi Sakamoto

    Zure - Cornelius Remix

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