October 2013 [6 Music]

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6 Music Live At Maida Vale20131014

6Music Live from Maida Vale - Minnesota's Polica, who first came to 6 Music's attention in early 2012 after Justin Vernon of Bon Iver pronounced them "the best band I've ever heard", launches the week of sessions with two albums worth of brilliant songs to pick from.

Watch Lauren's show live at bbc.co.uk/6music from 10am-1pm each day. And the performance will be broadcast live on the Red Button from 12-1pm, with highlights from 7pm.

6 Music Live At Maida Vale20131014

Lauren welcomes Polica to Maida Vale, kicking off a week of 6 Music Live sessions.

6 Music Live At Maida Vale20131015

All this week Lauren Laverne presents 6 Music Live at Maida Vale featuring live performances from a stellar line-up of bands from those who form the core heritage backbone of 6 Music, to newer artists who have been championed by the network. Today, Goldfrapp perform live at Maida Vale.

Now 14 years into an extraordinary career, 6 Music has been playing the band since its launch back in 2002 and its airwaves are currently reverberating to the glorious sounds of their new record, Tales Of Us.

Listeners can watch Lauren's show live at bbc.co.uk/6music from 10am-1pm each day. And the performance will be broadcast live on the Red Button from 12-1pm, with highlights from 7pm.

6 Music Live At Maida Vale20131015

Lauren welcomes Goldfrapp to Maida Vale for day two of 6 Music Live.

6 Music Live At Maida Vale20131016

Lauren welcomes Paul McCartney to Maida Vale for day three of 6 Music Live.

6 Music Live At Maida Vale20131016

This week Lauren Laverne presents 6 Music Live at Maida Vale featuring live performances from a stellar line-up of bands from those who form the core heritage backbone of BBC 6 Music, to newer artists who have been championed by the network. Today, Paul McCartney, one of the greatest singer-songwriters ever, graces the Maida Vale stage for 6 Music Live.

The legendary Beatle and Wings man is still pushing the musical boundaries and, with an incredible zest for producing great records, he returns to the same BBC studios he played in with John, George and Ringo in the Sixties with a brilliant batch of songs.

Listeners can watch Lauren's show live at bbc.co.uk/6music from 10am-1pm each day. And the performance will be broadcast live on the Red Button from 11am-12pm.

6 Music Live At Maida Vale20131017

Lauren welcomes Manic Street Preachers to Maida Vale for day four of 6 Music Live.

6 Music Live At Maida Vale20131017

This week Lauren Laverne presents 6 Music Live at Maida Vale featuring live performances from a stellar line-up of bands from those who form the core heritage backbone of BBC 6 Music, to newer artists who have been championed by the network. This morning, Manic Street Preachers perform live at Maida Vale.

It is now 25 years since the Manics released their first single, Suicide Alley, and still today they remain one of the most respected bands in the country. Their eleventh studio album, Rewind The Film, which is released in September finds the band in startling form and today they will perform both new and old tracks in today's show. Frontman James Dean Bradfield recently presented The Freak Zone on the network, cementing the band's relationship with the station.

Listeners can watch Lauren's show live at bbc.co.uk/6music from 10am-1pm each day. And the performance will be broadcast live on the Red Button from 12-1pm, with highlights from 7pm.

6 Music Live At Maida Vale20131018

Lauren welcomes Sigur Ros into the studio for the final day of 6 Music Live at Maida Vale.

6 Music Live At Maida Vale20131018

This week Lauren Laverne presents 6 Music Live at Maida Vale featuring live performances from a stellar line-up of bands from those who form the core heritage backbone of BBC 6 Music, to newer artists who have been championed by the network. Today, in what will be their first ever live session for BBC Radio 6 Music, Sigur Rós complete this week's fantastic 6 Music Live at Maida Vale line-up.

The Icelandic band has stunned audiences for over a decade with their incredibly atmospheric gigs, and they're sure to bring this week of sessions to an enormous climax with today's performance.

Listeners can watch Lauren's show live at bbc.co.uk/6music from 10am-1pm each day. And the performance will be broadcast live on the Red Button from 12-1pm, with highlights from 7pm.