DJ Andrew 

Andrew Marston (born 24 October 1981) is a British based radio presenter, music producer and club DJ, known for his extensive work with musicians under the BBC Introducing scheme. His DJing work has included house, trance, drum n bass, indie, rock, 70's funk, 80's disco, Motown, Old Skool, UK garage, hip hop and RnB - although he's known for his love of dance and electronica music. He first started DJing in clubs aged 14 at the Jailhouse in Hereford. At 17, he started working for the BBC making radio shows and building websites. He's now presented his BBC Introducing show for more than a decade.

Scala in London (Resident), The Electric Ballroom, Rock Sin Subtitulos (Resident), Naughty But Nice in Hereford (Organiser/Promoter), Velvet/Tramps Nightclub in Worcester, LakeFest (8,000 people), The Upton Sunshine Festival (6,000 people), the opening slot at the Nozstock Festival (7,000 people), The Big Chill Festival (40,000 people) and closing off the Wychwood Festival (10,000 people). 

Presents a weekly new music show on the BBC / Select playlist tracks for BBC Radio 1 & 1Xtra / Recommends “ones to watch out for" for BBC Radio 2, BBC 6 Music, BBC Asian Network and BBC Television / Chooses all of the music for BBC Hereford & Worcester / Receives in excess of 400 promos a week / Selects artists for stages at Glastonbury, Reading + Leeds, SXSW, Radio 1's Big Weekend, T In The Park, The Montreal Jazz Festival, Worcester Music Festival, Nozstock, Radio 2 Live In Hyde Park, The Great Escape, Bestival, LakeFest and the Cheltenham Jazz Festival

Every track visually, beat & key mixed | Live mashups | Regularly performs alongside MCs, singers, percussionists & saxophonists.