with Martyn Brown
About The Presenter
Martyn Brown used to work for a company that hired Jukeboxes out to pubs, clubs and cafes around the UK. So, record collecting was an obvious hobby and one which he has kept up for over 45 years and counting. Collecting rare vinyl 45s (and 33⅓s, come to that) became a passion where visiting record fairs up and down the country became the norm for DJ Martyn.
You’ll hear many of the collector’s items in some of Martyn’s Vinyl Impressions shows. Martyn presents from his own studio (a converted office) in Dorset, United Kingdom each week and enjoys every minute of it, from researching, producing and presenting each programme.
He has also worked on local radio in Bournemouth, Dorset, presented shows with national radio DJs and performed at some of the biggest clubs around.
Rather than retire from music, DJ Martyn prefers to work with offline and Internet Radio to play his record collection to those who really do appreciate good quality music and who realise that there’s possibly more to music than just the ‘Top 40 charts’.
Overview of Shows
There are six new shows delivered every single month. The theme of each show is different so you can be sure of a good variety. Some of the most popular themes are produced more often, while new themes are tried every so often just for good measure. The DJ is always cheerful and the music carefully chosen. The Vinyl Impressions is an ideal schedule filler, however, most stations end up playing them out at peak times as they become so popular. The full back catalogue of, literally, hundreds of shows are available at any time from the online archives.
Vinyl Music – Different Shows
Each show is a different niche. The themes include, Vinyl Pop, Old, Gold ‘n’ Rare, Vinyl 60s, Mystery Year Top 3s, Vinyl Across The Decades, Vinyl Album, Vinyl 1990s and more.
Of course, if there is something you like, we’ll produce more of it. Thought of a theme? Let the presenter know, it’ll be on its way.
Each show is ‘supported’ by a business that gets up to four quick mentions by the presenter in each hour. There are, however, no blatant ads.