The Lost On Radio Spotify Playlist
The Lost On Radio Spotify Playlist is a weekly showcase of incredible new, undiscovered, and under appreciated music from around the world.
The Daydream Club are featured in a new photographic exhibition, which launches on 20th January 2012. The exhibition celebrates Leicester’s vibrant live music scene, all 20 photographs, taken by local photographers have been selected by a panel of judges and portray Leicester musicians
The Blackchords track ‘Raise My Hands,’ (taken from the debut album) has been included on the MTV Teen Mom Soundtrack in the US. The soundtrack is available exclusively through iTunes, and proceeds of sales will go to The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy. Some good music for a good cause.
During the past few weeks we’ve been asking some of our favourite people to choose their music of the year. We’ve had brilliant selections from Blackchords, The Daydream Club, The Paper Shades, Romans, The Jude, and music promotions agency 1-2 Hear. To round things off, Mark has chosen his own 20 favourites, focusing on some tracks
Next in the guest editors chair is Clare Tucker from 1-2 Hear, a promotions company that works with new bands providing radio / TV plugging and online press services. 1. Tune-Yards: ‘Bizness’ This band are utterly unique and the video to “Bizness” brightens up any day. However most impressive is their live show, I caught them at Scala
Next in the guest editors chair is Damian Cazaly, the lead guitarist and hugely gifted artist from our very own Blackchords. Damian has chosen his standout albums of the year. PJ Harvey: ‘Let England Shake’ A fair departure from Polly Jean’s usual approach to singing, with a harrowingly haunting account of her fair homeland… and
Our very own favourite acoustic, folk duo The Daydream Club are next in the editors chair. Here are their favourite music picks of the year. 1) Ane Brun: ‘Do You Remember’ Tribal-folk at it’s best! Minimal instrumentation but captivating to the end. 2) Dry The River: ‘No Rest’ We first came across this band through Burberry Acoustic and