Episode 224 Lost On Radio Playlist

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We recently partnered with SYNCR inviting bands and artists to submit their music for the chance to play our RCM Takeover Sessions. The quality of the submissions was exceptional, so on this week’s playlist we are showcasing a few of the best including: CHROMA, Bryony Dunn, Felix Shepherd, Ffion and Farebrother.

Our playlists support artists pushed to the late night fringes

The Lost On Radio Playlist began as a Podcast back in 2011.  Our aim from the start was to showcase incredible new artists that were being overlooked by radio, or pushed to the late night fringes. During it’s existence the Lost On Radio Podcast attracted listeners from over 80 different countries. It was also broadcast on 7 radio stations in five different countries (US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the UK). After 201 episodes we took the decision to end the Podcast and continue as a weekly Spotify playlist.

Get your music on the Lost On Radio playlist

Lovingly curated by the RCM editorial team, The Lost On Radio Playlist champions the best new, undiscovered and under appreciated music in our inbox. It’s a democracy, if we love it, we playlist it. No radio pluggers or PRs required. To get your music in our ears, visit our contact page submit your music, or recommend your favourite new artists.

This week’s Lost On Radio playlist

  1. Bryony Dunn – Golden Girl
  2. Ffion – Rumours
  3. Coda Chroma – Circles
  4. Felix Shepherd – Always Been
  5. Michigander – Fears
  6. The States – Wilder Things
  7. Farebrother – A Little Late
  8. CHROMA – Vampires
  9. Anna Leone – If You Only
  10. Avocet – Causeway

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While radio is dominated by major label artist, Spotify provides a credible and powerful way for unsigned artists to build buzz and earn an income. Click here to read how RCM have used Spotify to help make an independent artist financially sustainable.