Freeholm Wilson

Artist of The Week. Freeholm Wilson

Freeholm Wilson is a musician from North London.  His debut LP  ‘Children of June’ is set for release in March, but you can have a cheeky first listen here. Freeholm produces his songs in a dusty North London basement on reel to reel and a collection of old analogue equipment from yesteryear.  He admits listening to


Mangoseed. Lucy

Hailing from the cultural and creative melting pot that is England’s capital city, Mangoseed comprise four musicians of Trinidadian, Jamaican, Australian and Irish descent. Perhaps no surprise, then, that this multinational troupe produce an enthralling fusion of global sounds, mashing up ska and soca, jungle and funk, rock and punk, all of it high-energy and


First Signs of Love No. 183. HAWK

Not only is ‘Once Told’ the new single by HAWK a thunderously good tune, it also carries a bigger message. Once Told tackles Ireland’s archaic abortion laws, where it’s still illegal to have an abortion, with the exception of very rare circumstances. Julie Hawk explains: “This song is just a tiny fraction of the frustration that’s


Band of The Week. Terminé

  This is ‘Sideways’ the debut 5-track EP from Finnish duo Terminé  released via Finnish label, Youth Control.  Terminé is the brainchild of prolific Finnish DJ Anton Sonin (Anjunabeats, Spinnin’ Records and Universal Music) and singer songwriter Ben Andreas . Together they have created an EP that comfortably sits at the coolest of intersections between indie-rock and

Foggy City Orphan

First Signs of Love No 181. Foggy City Orphan

Every Tuesday on Right Chord Music we feature a new track, often a debut new single from a band or artist. We call this the First Signs of Love, it’s about those moments when you think you’ll found a new artist to love and you simply can’t get enough of it. Our first FSOL featured

Jack & Amy

Band of The Week. Jack And Amy

Welcome to 2016, we’re back with our first Band of The Week, they are Jack and Amy an indie electronic band made up of keyboardist/composer Dan Rufolo and singer/composer Joyce Kwon. While separately Dan and Joyce make music as disparate as contemporary chamber jazz and traditional Korean sanjo, together as Jack and Amy they have developed a