Gareth Williams

I was born in 70s Brentwood and inherited my love of music from my parents. Over 500 gigs, 13 Glastonburys, and countless music purchases later, the passion remains.

I became involved with promoting live music, and also briefly running a small label, WET Records with 2 friends.

An interview with Phoenix about the label piqued my interest and I joined the team as the Sunday Morning Breakfast Show presenter in January 2017, where you can hear 3 hours of just about anything good.

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Recent posts from Gareth



Indie Schmindie – Show 14

  Another 2 hours of fine 90s indie alternative and rock, with bands who are still making music, bands who read more



Sunday Breakfast Show 02/08/2020

And then it was August.  Though 2020 won’t go down as a vintage year in many of our lives, and read more



Indie Schmindie – Show 13

We started this weeks show celebrating the voice of Denise Johnson, who sadly passed away at the age of 56 read more



Sunday Breakfast Show 26/07/20

Would you take a selfie with a full sized bear?  What could happen in the football?  What is the meaning read more



Indie Schmindie – Show 12

  This weeks show got your feet moving, tugged on your heart strings, got a bit shouty at times and read more



Sunday Breakfast Show 19/07/20

Three more hours of news, sport, flying ants, live gigs and other bits and bobs, supported by some super fine read more



Indie Schmindie – Show 11

The best ever song written about the Shipping Forecast? Yep.  A trio of cinematic pop songs , dripping with drama? read more



Sunday Breakfast Show 12/07/2020

Three hours of sport, travel, wise words, two songs to soothe, then lots of great music, both old and new.  read more



Indie Schmindie – Show 10

It’s a right mixed bag on this show, from pure indie pop, to dark lo-fi. Listen to it here – read more



Sunday Breakfast Show 05/07/20

July arrived, and with it, lots of new music, which I played some of on the show!  We also had read more



SOS – Save Our Standon

Standon Calling Festival has issued a plea for help after Covid-19 resulted in the cancellation of this years 15th anniversary read more



Indie Schmindie – Show 9

This week, we did a bit of delving into the world of Industrial.  Things that go clank in night!  We read more



Sunday Breakfast 28/06/20

It should have been Glastonbury weekend.  Covid put pay to that.  But it couldn’t stop the Glastonbury spirit, with many read more



Indie Schmindie – Show 8

Another delightful evening of amazing stuff wot I did play for you.  90s Indie, Alternative and Rock at its finest read more



Sunday Breakfast Show 21/06/20

  The return of football, a tortoise that was most certainly a lover not a fighter, and the usual great read more



Indie Schmindie – Show 7

What delights did I share with you this week dear listener? Indie you can dance to? Yep. Shoegazing? Yep. Good read more



Sunday Breakfast Show 14/06/2020

Slow news week?  Oh yes, but football is coming back, and we’ve got some sunny days in the run up read more



Interview – Loup Garoux – Ed Harcourt

  Ed Harcourt was kind enough to take some time out to chat to me about Loup GallouX the band read more



Sunday Breakfast Show 07/06/2020

On this weeks show I was joined by Mercury Prize nominated artist Ed Harcourt to talk about his band Loup read more



Indie Schmindie – Show 6

  Starting an 90s indie show with Spearmint, followed by Longpigs and then Kenickie has got to be a good read more

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