Song of the Day: Winston’s Big Brother – “The Truth”


Winston’s Big Brother is a four piece indie rock band that write and perform their own original music alongside some of the greatest covers any band performs. With a massive influence from seventies bands such as, Led Zeppelin, The who and Pink Floyd, plus bands like The Beatles, The Jam and The kinks, Winston’s Big Brother has a set list that will be enjoyed by any one.

We first interviewed WBB back in February 2013. Listen here.

Artist Links:

Facebook | Twitter | YouTube

Clay Lowe | @soulcruzer

Song of the Day: Twin Bears – “Hold Out”


Twin Bears are a rock and roll band from Sheffield formed early 2012. Guitar based rock and roll music drawing influence from bands like Stereophonics, The Maccabees and Tribes.

Our chief reporter, Liane Kate @lianekate  interviewed the band back in April 2013. Listen here.

Artist Links:

Twitter | Facebook | Soundcloud

Clay Lowe | @soulcruzer

Co-Host & Co-Host

Our take on the popular game show Mr & Mrs. How well do you know your co-host? Radio Warwickshire’s Creative Director invited Emma and Cherry along to play. Find out how they did. #rwmagic

Song of the Day: Roger the Mascot – “Stranger”

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Roger The Mascot, a four piece energetic indie band from Nottinghamshire & Sheffield. Formed in the dawn of 2012 by four friends with the need to bring to the music scene a new brand of authentic, original and catchy indie music.

We first met the band at the Eufest finals at the Zephyr Lounge in Leamington Spa.

Artist Links:

Facebook | Youtube | Twitter

Clay Lowe @soulcruzer

Behind the Scenes of the Emma and Chezza Show

Listen in on some of the antics that take place between the links. @williamsandcoles @soulcruzer @radiowarks #rwmagic

Broken Witt Rebels- Saturday 7th December @ The Victoria, Birmingham


Birmingham band Broken Witt Rebels played an amazing gig at The Victoria on Saturday 7th December and as usual I was not disappointed! It was the highlight of my weekend back at home and if you really like going to live gigs, I highly recommend that you go to see the Broken Witt Rebels because they are amazing!

The band played some new tracks which I had not heard before so this was very refreshing and exciting such as their new single Only I and Cloud My Day; of course they played previous releases such as the brilliant All Worn Out and Call Out The Sun. They always provide a very exciting, electric and energised performance which really boosts your mood; their music is raw yet edgy and I feel really proud that such good talent is arising from Birmingham.

Their EP This Town Belongs To Me is available to download from the 22nd December 2013 on iTunes and Amazon, check it out here:


The next gig will take place on Saturday 25th January at the Institute in Digbeth and I’m already looking forward to it.

Up The Rebels!





Martin DW Speaks with the people of Warwick to find out what their Christmas 2013 Wish is

Interview with Jack Linstead of Warwick Rocks, following Food and Film Festival

We are at Warwick Library this morning to speak with Jack Linstead, founder of Warwick Rocks, who has had some great feedback after last week’s Film and Food Festival.

Reporter @martindw