André 3000’s Flute, Crowd Surfing 101 and Farting for Madonna
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Why André 3000’s flute album proves that music still needs rule breakers. Elsewhere, Annie shares her crowd surfing tactics, Drake’s back sooner than we expected and Madonna attempts to get 20,000 people to fart on demand. Plus, why people are stealing Mike Skinner's trainers. Sidetracked is all about taking a look at the things Annie Macmanus and Nick Grimshaw have loved (and perhaps more importantly not loved) from the world of music. A week in music, a week in Annie and Nick’s lives, this is the destination for music and pop culture lovers looking for an authentic and light-hearted take on the week’s most compelling stories… getting seriously sidetracked along the way. Get in touch with Annie and Nick! If you’re over 16 WhatsApp 079700 82700 or email [email protected] Sidetracked is a BBC Audio Production for BBC Sounds – new episodes drop every Thursday.
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