Episode 216 Lost On Radio Playlist

The Lost On Radio Playlist began as a Podcast back in 2011.  Our aim is to showcase incredible new artists that were being overlooked by radio, or pushed to the late night fringes. During it’s existence the Lost On Radio Podcast attracted listeners from over 80 different countries. It was also broadcast on 7 radio stations in five different

Episode 94. Lost On Radio

Lost On Radio is a weekly showcase of incredible new, undiscovered, and under appreciated music from around the world. The show is curated and presented by Mark Knight, the founder of Right Chord Music. Lost On Radio aims to showcase incredible artists that have been overlooked by radio, or pushed to the late night fringes

The Red Red – Making The Video No 1. Curxes ‘Further Still’

Right Chord Music is delighted to introduce you to The Red Red, a Hampshire based company consisting of Jake Hawkins and Rob Luckins. The Red Red was founded with a simple aim to produce outstanding videos for outstanding music.  Each month they will be highlighting exceptional music videos and providing an insight into the creative

Episode Twenty Four. The Right Chord Music ‘Lost On Radio’ Podcast

Welcome to the 24th  episode of the Right Chord Music, Lost On Radio Podcast. This week presented and curated by Mark Knight. Lost On Radio is a weekly showcase of incredible undiscovered music overlooked by radio, or pushed to the late night fringes. This week’s featured artists: 1. Curxes – Further Still / Their remix of ‘Recover’ by Chvrches

The Best Music Of 2012. Pt. 8 Guest Editors ‘Curxes’

We first clocked Curxes back in August for First Signs Of Love #27, since then the blogosphere has continued to shower them with glowing praise and admiration. In fact Curxes are now officially the 11th most blogged artist in the UK this year, above the likes of Django Django, Azealia Banks, and Friends. A fantastic achievement

#FSOL 27. Curxes ‘Spectre’

The style has been described (accepted by the Brighton based duo) as ‘Blitz Pop’; this seems perfect for Curxes.  ‘Spectre’ demonstrates the haunting melodies, intense industrial soundscapes and theatrical chaos into which I can’t wait to dive deeper. This track plummets into the gritty, smoky factory, where the machines grind out the verses.  All the while, alluded to,