It's a treasure trove of late-night listening...

One enterprising music fan has gathered more than 1000 sessions recorded for John Peel to YouTube.

The Radio 1 broadcaster regularly invited new artists into the studio, becoming a vital resource for underground music.

The full list of Peel Sessions spans his eclectic tastes, with the long-running show covering punk, reggae, dub, indie, hip-hop, grime, and much more.

The Strange Fruit label released many of these sessions, which have now found their way to sharing platform YouTube.

One fan has gathered more than 1000 Peel sessions to the site, moving from seminal radio moments through to rather more niche concerns.

Everyone from Nirvana to the Fugees, Echo & The Bunnyman to Thin Lizzy, The Slits to The Fall (obviously) are included, and it's a real treasure trove.

Dive in HERE.

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