Comes with Mp3s is  a radio show designed to enable a group of music lovers to share their music collections.  It is a place of discovery.  It seemed like a great idea to have a radio show that was as unpredictable as possible and so we have a range of presenters playing whatever they want to.

There is no playlist and there are no rules as to what can and cannot be played.

It is broadcast on Radio Woking on Saturday at 6pm


  1. Stone River
    19th September 2017 @ 5:19 pm

    Hello there, I am the frontman for a band named 60th Parallel and I met Glen Wiffen on Saturday 16th September at Eastleigh Bandstand. He asked me to get in touch with some choons for ya.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ycDef-aUV_M – The Guru (original)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lb7NeuszyWE – Movin’ On (cover)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDxufQ0swUo – The Beam (live original)



  2. Georgia Fearn
    13th June 2018 @ 10:07 pm

    My name is Georgia Fearn and I’m a 17 year old singer-songwriter from Carmarthen, Wales.
    I’ve messaged you regarding my album ‘Perfect on Paper’.
    My album is available on a selection of platforms, I’ll link it below:

    The single from the album is L’amour!

    Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/0fRwswtBUKl0RpNZsyWs3V?si=TvOCiJZNSW6AFdaLwIBcAQ#_=_
    ITunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/perfect-on-paper/1352408758

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/GgFearnMusic
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/georgiafearnmusic/

    If you want I can send you MP3s of the tracks if you like them.

    Here’s my bio:
    Georgia Fearn is a 17 year old singer-songwriter from Carmarthen. She first began to write songs when she was 9 years old, and has developed this talent to slowly create an original album chock full of surprises, ‘Perfect on Paper’, described by Vacant Ceremony as a ‘welcome mixed bag of catchy pop songs with hints of folk, indie and alternative hip hop’. The hooky, dynamic lead single ‘L’Amour’ has been pegged as unique in so many ways, with a vocal that describes an ill-fated love story with an ‘infectious chorus that will have you singing along in support’.
    Georgia is a self-confessed book addict, who derived much inspiration for the eccentric characters that feature on the album from novels and film. Her track Misty Mae is particularly characterized by a personality of the same name in ‘American Horror Story’, being described by Listen With Mongers Blog as a ‘story telling heart and the kind of energy you might expect to find in a soggy, fogged in country pub on a Friday night with a Ceilidh band playing in the corner’.
    She has played in many different venues, perhaps most memorably the famous Cavern in Liverpool, and her shebang of alt.pop delight has been played on BBC Wales radio station among others.
    She accompanies herself with both acoustic guitar and piano, and she is set to appear at the Big Cwtch Festival August 2018 to perform her music that is ‘original and fresh without the shackles of expectation’.


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