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.
Introducing Call The Doctor a “jerky, girly post-punk” (NME) 4 piece alternative indie pop band from Bristol. The band formed over a mutual love of danceable but dirty guitar. Check out the video for their new single ‘Take It Out’ here The group are named after Riot Grrrl scene band: Sleater-Kinney and their seminal “Call the
Blackchords been invited to play on the day of the Men’s Final at the 2011 Australian Open. They will be on the Grand Slam Arena stage, playing with The Melodics and Amy Merideth. Entry will be via a ground pass, which gives you access to music and other entertainment, as well as being able to
The music sound-tracking our arrival in 2011. Listen on Spotify here: 1. Tall Ships – Chemistry 2. The Duke Spirit – Everybody’s Under Your Spell 3. The Joy Formidable – I Don’t Want To See You Like This 4. O. Children – Ruins 5. Off! – Upside Down 6. The National – Anyone’s Ghost (Live)
The moment Nick Milwright (Blackchords) joined Dan Lethbridge & Nick Batterham on-stage to perform a cover of the Portishead track ‘Roads.’ Video courtesy of brilliant blog Fitzroy & Beyond
Check out the Centaurz remix of ‘Disappear’ the final track on the debut self-titled Blackchords album. Free download available here.
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.