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The Lost On Radio Podcast & Spotify Playlist

The Lost On Radio Podcast and 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.

The Daydream Club. The Nights Remix EP

The Daydream Club are going clubbing!! The duo are taking a break from their usual stripped back acoustic sound to explore their eclectic musical tastes remixing a selection of exciting new & emerging artists from around the world. The first remix, available to download from Friday 15th July, is one of Steve Lamacq’s favourite new

The Musician by The Daydream Club

A great example of a brilliantly simple, high quality video clip by The Daydream Club to promote the aptly named track ‘The Musician.’ If you have seen The Daydream Club live you will know they like to vary their instruments. Buy the limited edition vinyl featuring ‘The Record Shop‘ and ‘The Musician’ here  [vodpod id=Video.11542121&w=425&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26]

Born Out Of A Country House. Blackchords – The Writing Retreat

“So a few weeks ago we left the cold grey city to delve into the cold green country for four days focused on writing music. We set up in a small house, with the music gear in a bedroom smaller than most Melbourne sharehouse bedrooms, and what flowed out far exceeded our preconceptions and expectations.

Blackchords Announce Re-Release Of ‘As Night Falls’ & New Live Dates

Blackchords announce Melbourne shows to coincide with the re-release of the single ‘As Night Falls’ taken from the new Aussie movie ‘Blame.’ The single has already caused quite a stir in the UK when earlier this year it found it’s way on to the daytime playlist of national, new music radio station Amazing Radio. Blackchords became the highest