Discounts & Benefits
We are building a package of discounts and benefits to support every new, independent and unsigned band or artist that visits Right Chord Music.
We came across this label and just love everything about them. They don’t put out records they create musical worlds. Check out ‘Coupe’ by Rasmus Folk. Apparently the track is taken from the archives of long-forgotten 1970s superclub ‘Endless House’ www.dramaticrecords.com
Listen here… 1. Boy & Bear – Fall At Your Feet 2. Caitlin Rose – Learnin’ To Ride 3. Twin Sister – All Around and Away We Go 4. Anna Calvi – Jezebel 5. The Bees – Winter Rose 6. Chad Valley – Up and Down 7. Jenny And Johnny – Big Wave 8. Tamaryn
Look closely at the new video for Laura Marling’s cover of the Neil Young classic ‘The Needle & The Damage Done’ and you’ll see the first ever Blackchords claymation LP.
This month’s new musical discoveries and favourites 1. The Walkmen – Angela Surf City 2. Wild Palms – Deep Dive 3. Warpaint – Undertow 4. Bear Hands – What A Drag (Cale Parks Remix) 5. Caribou – Sun 6. Miami Horror – Moon Theory 7. The Seeds – Can’t Seem To Make You Mine 8.
The current Blackchords single ‘As Night Falls’ has been selected for this week’s ‘Best Of Myspace Podcast’ hosted by new music goddess Gill Mills. Each week one track is chosen to be featured on Myspace Music. It would be great if it was Blackchords. To make this a reality, the band need your votes. Click here
To mark what would have been John Lennon’s 70th birthday, Blackchords have decided to make their version of the John Lennon song ‘Working Class Hero’ available for this weekend only. This version was recorded live at their album launch show at The Espy in April 2009. You can listen to the track on the Sounds page
Check out the film clip for the new Blackchords single ‘As Night Falls’ The video features footage from the Aussie movie Blame which the track appears in.
Check out our September Spotify playlist here: RightChordMusic_SeptemberPlaylist 1. Blackchords: Broken Bones – The song that started it all “Yesterday I was king, today I’m not sure.” 2. Villagers – Pieces – Outside bet for the Mercury Prize? 3. I Am Kloot – The Moon Is A Blind Eye – Villagers will have to beat
We are pleased to announce that Blackchords have been chosen to support Powderfinger for their last ever Melbourne show, on their last ever tour. The 12,000 sell-out show takes place at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl on October 29th. Watch the bands announcement video here: