Wednesday, 14 March 2012
BBC6 Music Highlights Wednesday 14 March 2012
Lauren live with De La Soul's Plug One and Plug Two Present: First Serve in session
Lauren takes the show to Maida Vale and is joined by De La Soul Presents: First Serve.
Radcliffe and Maconie
Wednesday - Graham Coxon
Blur guitarist and solo artist Graham Coxon is the special guest.
Steve has a BBC Introducing session from Dingus Khan, his New Favourite band.
Tonight Marc's in Salford, S.C.U.M are in London and you're wherever you are. Possibly in the kitchen doing the washing up.
Much has happened since S.C.U.M were last in session, but they're back and playing live from London for tonight's show.
Thomas Cohen (vocals), Bradley Baker (machines), Samuel Kilcoyne (keyboards), Huw Webb (bass) and Melissa Rigby (drums) launched themselves on the music scene back in 2008 with their debut single 'Visions Arise' on Loog records. Over the past few years they have changed member, toured with The Kills, Tim Burgess, The Raveonettes and Portishead, before releaseing Again into Eyes on Mute records back in September.
The Society For Cutting Up Men or S.C.U.M as they're better known are true Riley favourites through and through so we know it's going to be a good one tonight!
Gideon plays Richard Thompson in concert, plus The Specials, Flys, Giant Sand and more.
The Seven Ages of Rock
3/7. Featuring Tommy Ramone, John Lydon and Pete Shelley.
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