First Signs of Love No. 175 Soul Low [Video Premiere]

Back in August Right Chord Music took a trip to New York and stumbled across The Cake Shop a brilliant underground new music venue, think of it as NYC’s equivalent to London’s Sebright Arms.  On the night we attended one band stood out a country mile. Introducing Soul Low a four piece, self described weirdo

First Signs of Love No. 174 – Crying Lions

The North East has long been a producer of great musical talent from The Animals to Maximo Park, Dubstar and most recently Bridie Jackson and the Arbour. The latest band to emerge from the city are indie, alt rock four piece Crying Lions. Consisting of Ollie Quinn, Joseph Dowey, Michael O’Neill and Chris Prudham. Their debut four

First Signs of Love No 172. MK Grands – Hold You Down

We first played MK Grands ‘Hold You Down’ on last week’s episode of Lost On Radio Podcast and the reaction was overwhelming. So one week later, we’re showcasing him as this week’s First Signs of Love featured artist and giving him a second play on our Lost On Radio Podcast, tune in tomorrow to hear

First Signs of Love No. 171 CeaseTone

There is something reassuring consistent about Icelandic music, somehow it never seems to disappoint and the latest exports CeaseTone are no different. Their crafted blend of electronic indie does what we demand of all our First Signs of Love featured artists, it stops us in our tracks and makes us want to listen again and

First Signs of Love No. 170 The Sherlocks

There was a time, not so long ago when you couldn’t move for ‘The’ bands, ‘The’ bands had guitars, zest and passion, they made music exciting and nights out last that bit longer.  Then they all seemed to disappear, replaced by passionless electro pop acts. Maybe now the guitar is back? Lets hope so! The

First Signs of Love No. 169 Winters End

  This week’s First Signs of Love comes from Sydney, Australia. Comprised of siblings Marissa and Christopher Pinto Winters End are an indie, electronic band. Formed in October 2011, the brilliant Mayfair is their follow-up release to their critically acclaimed 2014 single Walls. It’s 80’s tinged sound made us want to hear Kate Bush ‘Running

First Signs of Love No. 168 Gris-de-Lin

Gris-de-Lin is a singer/songwriter & multi-instrumentalist based in Dorset. Her music has elements of post-rock, blues and alt-folk, peppered with twisted electronics & a sprinkling of spookiness. She took her name (Grey Linen) from the materials warehouse next door to where she lives, taking both inspiration from the materials and just enjoying the French sound. Gris

First Signs of Love No 167. The King’s Parade

Have you heard the one about the four-piece that honed their skills by playing 40 hours a week on a Hawaiian cruise ship? No really it’s true! They are a new London band called The King’s Parade, they are this week’s First Signs of Love featured band and this is their debut single ‘Bunched Up Letters’. On Bunched

First Signs of Love No. 166 Tara Flanagan

Introducing Tara Flanagan a singer-Songwriter from Poole/Bournemouth. Despite still only being 18 years old, Tara has been singing and performing for over 12 years, and writing songs since the age of 13.  Earlier this year she reached the Grand Final of the National Singing Competition “Open Mic UK” singing within the Birmingham NEC. Further accolades include the Rising

First Signs of Love No 165. Danny McLauchlan

Merging early influences of Motown, Soul and Jazz with Electronica, Dance and Hip Hop, Danny McLauchlan is a blend of Singer/ Songwriter and Producer from London. Shot in inky black and white this moody live performance video for Bloodletting showcases Danny McLauchlan as a skilled multi instrumentalist, who effortlessly shifts between downbeat vocals, keys, guitar