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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 Takeover Sessions

Each month we invite bands and artists to take over the RCM Facebook news feed to play LIVE to the World

How We Broke A Band In 10 Weeks

This is a very special episode of Lost On Radio telling the story of Project Rebel, an audacious attempt to break an unsigned band called Broken Witt Rebels in just ten weeks using the power of media.

New Music Monday: Introducing Giana Factory

This Thursday, Giana Factory are playing one of our favourite new music club nights, the excellent Ja Ja Ja, a monthly Nordic music showcase at The Lexington. For that reason, and because they are so bloomin good, they are our artist of the week. Giana Factory are an all female, Danish trio consisting of Loui Foo

Musicians Pay Homage To Woody Guthrie

Jay Farrar (Uncle Tupelo), Will Johnson (Centro-matic, South San Gabriel), Anders Parker (Varnaline, Gob Iron) and Yim Yames (My Morning Jacket, Monsters of Folk) have come together to create an album ‘New Multitudes’ based on the unrecorded lyrics of Woody Guthrie. Set to coincide with the centennial celebration of Woody Guthrie’s birth year, New Multitudes will be released February 27th on Rounder Records

The Daydream Club Feature In Photographic Exhibition

                            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

Dog Is Dead Announce New Single: ‘Two Devils’

Following its debut last week on Huw Stephen’s show, one of our favourite new bands DOG IS DEAD have announced details of their next single ‘Two Devils’ out on March 5th through Atlantic Records.  Produced by David Kosten (who worked with them on prior releases as well as with Bat for Lashes and Everything Everything), Rob from

Blackchords Feature On Teen Mom Soundtrack

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.

New Music Monday: Introducing Fella

Introducing Fella, an aptly named four piece from the musical hot-bed of Slough, home to self professed ‘grit-pop’ rock of [Viva] Brother. Whereas Brother were all hype, bluster and ego, (some would say at the expense of any real musical substance). Fella have adopted a more humble, softly, softly approach which may just serve them

David Odlum to produce Blackchords album

Blackchords are almost at their Pozible (fan funding) project deadline, and about to hit the record button in the studio.  We can now announce they will be working with the Mercury Prize nominated producer David Odlum on their second album. David has worked with artists including Gemma Hayes, dEUS, Josh Ritter & The Frames and brings a wealth of

New Music Monday: Introducing Book Affair

                        I always think the best music, is the music that inspires you to go and listen to other great music…in an Amazon if you like this, you’ll probably like this kinda way. Before you know it, you’ve lost several hours reminiscing about incredible

Best of 2011 Round up By Right Chord Music

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

Best of 2011 Part 7: Chosen by 1-2 Hear

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

Best of 2011 Part Six: Chosen by Blackchords

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

Best of 2011: Part 5 Chosen by The Daydream Club

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