I present a weekly show on Monday evenings from 8:00 to 10:00pm on ITfM Radio, an Internet radio station based in north Wiltshire.
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The station runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week with live presenters on most weekday evenings (8:00 – 10:00pm, 9:00 – 11:00pm on Fridays) and weekend mornings, from 10:00 – 12:00.
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I play a wide mix of music on the show, based on what’s good rather than what’s in fashion. Listener requests are welcome and it’s great when the show goes off on a listener-induced tangent, sometimes never to get back on track!
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Monday Music Mix Playlists
You can listen again to the music from my recent shows here.
We had a, sort of, paradise theme tonight. In truth I played three tracks with paradise in the title, so it wasn't much of a theme after all. I played loads of new music, including tracks from Mattiel, Phosphorescent, Villagers and You Me at Six. This was backed up by...read more
It was a bit of a rushed playlist tonight, but all the better for it in my opinion. Loads of new music from Wooden Shjips, The Fiction Aisle, Muse and White Denim backed up by a few classics. Tonight's album of the week was the debut self-titled recording from Black...read more
I was pleased to be able to get back in the studio after a couple of weeks away.... The playlist came together really quickly again as there's been such a lot of great new music released since I was last on air. Tonight's album of the week was the brilliant new one...read more
This was one of those weeks when the playlist came together really quickly once I'd decided on the Album of the Week - the new one from Saintseneca called "Pillar of Na." You can listen to the whole album by selecting the YouTube link or purchase it from Amazon using...read more
Some weeks its a bit of slog to come up with 30 tracks for the playlist but this week, I was done in about half an hour.... There's so much great new music about at the moment that I could have done an extra hour. We heard new music from The Coral, Sam Fender, Slaves...read more
This week's playlist was a blinder (in my humble opinion). Loads of new ,music from Riverside, Amanda Shires, Death Cab for Cutie and Our Girl as well as classic bangers from The Stone Roses and the Charlatans. This week's discovery was From the Fires from Greta van...read more
We're all sweltering in the heat in the UK at the moment, so I tried to make a playlist to reflect the laid back summer vibe with new tunes from Luke Bryan, The Fiction Aisle and Robert Vincent. Tonight's album of the week was the new one from James - Living in...read more
Tonight's show highlighted tracks from the 2018 Hyundai Music Prize shortlisted albums. I admit that I'm not a fan of all the albums on the shortlist, but can't make my mind up about which should win yet. I backed the HMP list up with mostly new music as I had to...read more
Back in the studio following my holiday in Corfu and thought I'd hit you with a Best of 2018 (So Far) selection. There's been a lot of great new music released this year and I had a tough job to select the track for tonight's playlist. Tonight's album of the week was...read more
This week’s show was pretty much all new music, with the latest offerings from Florence + The Machine, The Pineapple Thief, Tom Grennan and Gorillazread more
I was competing with the soccer tonight so needed a killer playlist to make sure I wasn’t talking to myself. The album of the week was the brilliant new one from Johnny Marr - Call The Comet, one of the contenders for best of 2018 in my opinion. I’m on the radio every...read more
Some weeks it takes a while to build the playlist but other times it just flows and I whacked this one out in about 15 minutes.... Tonight's album of the week was the new one from The Vaccines - Combat Sports. Feel free to click on the Buy Now link below to support...read more