Marc Riley's Brain Surgery [6 Music]

Marc plays classic tracks and cutting-edge music.

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Marc plays classic tracks and cutting-edge music, featuring a session from Scandinavian pop band Those Dancing Days.|Marc plays classic tracks and cutting-edge music, featuring a session from Teenage Fanclub's Norman Blake.|Marc plays classic tracks and cutting-edge music, featuring a session from Leeds band O Fracas.|Marc plays classic tracks and cutting-edge music, featuring a session from Liverpool band Hot Club De Paris.|Marc plays classic tracks and cutting-edge music.|Marc plays classic tracks and cutting-edge music, with Manchester's The Beep Seals performing in session.|Marc plays classic tracks and cutting-edge music.||Marc has indie band Joe Lean And The Jing Jang Jong performing in session.|Marc plays classic tracks and cutting-edge music, with experimental pop group School of Language performing in session.|Marc plays classic tracks and cutting-edge music.|, with experimental pop group School of Language performing in session.|, with New Wave Punk group Navvy performing in session.|, with Esser performing in session.|Marc has Leicestershire-based group The Young Knives performing in session.|, featuring American band Dead Air.|, including a session from Scottish group Correcto.|, featuring a session from Los Angeles band The Radar Brothers.|, featuring Manchester-based group Polytechnic.|, featuring The Kabeedies.|, featuring a session from Tom White.|, featuring pop-rock group The Lionheart Brothers.|, featuring Frazer King.|, featuring Helmholtz Resonators.|, featuring singer-songwriter Dawn Landes.|, plus London group Cheeky Cheeky And The Nose Bleeds join him for a chat and play in session.|, featuring Manchester-based group The Whip.|, featuring Canadian group Land of Talk.|With LA based singer-songwriter Sarabeth Tucek, formerly of the Brian Jonestown Massacre.|Indie outfit Fang pop in for a chat and to perform in session.|With comic-folk group Lucy And Her Caterpillar.|With electronic-folk group Theoretical Girl performing in session.|With post-punk group Let's Wrestle.|With Brighton-based group Blood Red Shoes.