Denbigh’s singer-songwriter Martyn Peters performs live in session on Neil Crud’s TudnoFM show. Currently putting the finishing touches to his debut album, Martyn has gained a strong reputation on the North Wales and North West circuit. This isn’t surprising as he is the son of Nigel Peters who was (and is) in Denbigh / Wrexham new wave legends Terminal.
This session recording is actually incomplete when Neil realised after Martyn’s second song that he hadn’t pressed the ‘record button’. So the first song you hear (Tomorrow) was actually recorded after the show, and the other two are really the third and fourth songs Martyn performed, leaving Save Me From Myself to forever drift in ether of broadcasting history, unrecorded.
See below for full show playlist…

Neil Crud on TudnoFM – Show 15

Broadcast 27.06.16 (22.00 – 00.00)

Guest – Martyn Peters
(Gift – none)
Show Sponsor – Mudshark Records, Bangor

Soundhog – Whole Lotta Helter Skelter
The Exploited – Hitler’s In The Charts Again
Radio Rhydd – David Cameron
The Pink Diamond Revue – Final Meal Request
Tremolo Ghosts – Conspiracy Of Worms
Totem Terrors – No Homes
Martyn Peters – Tomorrow (*live in session)
The Afternoon Gentlemen – Dustbin Banquet
Hankks – Love Shy
Wireheads – Isabella Says
R.Seiliog – Ostisho (Minotaur Shock mix)
Regret – Disturbing The Peace
Queer’d Science – Punish You
The Mayors – Mouth
Terminal – Hold Me
Martyn Peters – Save Me From Myself (*live in session)
Arms Like Legs – Organmetronic
John Lawrence – Hurt Me
Bolshy – Spaceman
Sickoids – Funeral
Black Moth Super Rainbow – The Chew
Georgia Ruth Williams – Week Of Pines
Martyn Peters – Drowning (*live in session)
Manhattan Love Suicides – Misery City
Dan Amor – Cnoc Cnoc Cnoc
Martyn Peters – This City (*live in session)
PLASTIC – My Ashtray Mouth
G.L.O.S.S. – Out From The Desk
Sen Segur – Lemoned Cymylog (R.Seiliog mix)
Deckchair Protest – Pink Thrills
**Martyn Peters – Tomorrow (*live in session)
**Death To The Strange – Sign On

(** The show ran over 2 hours as Neil didn’t record Martyn’s opening two session songs, so Martyn kindly played one of them again)