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Monday Music Mix Playlists
You can listen again to the music from my recent shows here.
Another week, another load of great new music to choose from. I spent a load of time listening to the new releases and think I put the best ones in the show. I also stumbled across some classic tracks and thought, "Why not?" I hope you liked what I managed to include....read more
I've had a few weeks off over the holiday season and was away on business at the start of the year, so this was my first time back in 2019. We had a load of great new music to catch up on and it was a struggle to keep the show to 2 hours. I hope you liked what...read more
This week's show featured my annual Best of 2018 - the tracks I played most often. We also heard a ton of great new music and tracks from the new Decemberists EP. As we're getting close to the festive season, I gave in and played a few of my fave alternate Christmas...read more
This week's show featured a ton of great new music, including Sam Fender, Vance Joy, The Smashing Pumpkins, Hozier and the pre-release from Monday Music Mix favorites The Decemberists. My "find of the week" was Finish opera metal band Nightwish - thanks Steve. We...read more
This week's show featured my good friends Helen & Phil from Black Duck Folk. We had a chat about their passion for live music and played their favourite tracks from the artists that they've booked over the last couple of years. Check out their website to catch up...read more
It's been another great week for new releases that made it easy to build the playlist. We heard new tunes from Vintage Trouble, Imagine Dragons, Muse and Charles Bradley. I also played some classic tracks from Queen, The Beatles and Radiohead. Next week's show...read more
This week's show was a mash-up of Hallowe'en, Fireworks and the best new music from the last couple of weeks. We're planning a special "my top ten" show with the folks behind Black Duck Folk towards the end of November - more news soon. Tonight's album of the week...read more
I was really looking forward to getting back on the air after a week away in Spain as I had so much new music to share with you. We heard new music from Muse, Phosphorescent and Lux Lisbon as well as classic tracks from Ryan Adams, Sam Silva and the Beatles. There was...read more
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