Amy Lamé on BBC Radio 6

To celebrate Lamé's new Sunday slot, we've picked out our fave tracks from her first show. You. Are. Welcome. 🎧


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Rejoice! The evening queen of the London scene Amy Lamé has been granted the Sunday evening slot on BBC Radio 6 Music and it is Lamé-zing

 

Sitting down to listen to the first Sunday-shaped installment - previously tended to by Pulp frontman and Sheffield native Jarvis Cocker - we can safely say that your Sunday evenings and musical diet are going to get a whole lot better. Here we picked out our favourite tracks from Amy's first show, which you can listen to all over again, right here.

 

tUnE-yArDs - Look At Your Hands

 

 

Petit Biscuit - Memories

 

 

Missy Elliot - Work It

 

 

The Dead Milkmen - Punk Rock Girl

 

 

Courtney Barnett - Nobody Really Cares If You Don't Go To The Party

 

 

Tracey Thorn - Kings Cross (Hot Chip Remix)

 

 

Like what you hear? Catch Amy on BBC Radio 6 this Sunday evening from 4-6pm. 

 

Follow Amy on Twitter @amylame

 

 

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