Episode 70. The Right Chord ‘Lost On Radio’ Podcast – Special Extended Show (Farewell Andy)

Welcome to the 70th episode of the Right Chord Music, Lost On Radio Podcast. Presented by Andy Mort – sadly for the very last time, and curated by Mark Knight and Andy Mort, Lost On Radio is a weekly showcase of incredible undiscovered music overlooked by radio, or pushed to the late night fringes. (To listen click on

RCM Best Music Of 2013 The Vote

The vote is now closed, thank you to everyone that voted. Please take some time to check out the music below. It’s been another incredible year for new music on RCM. Thank you to all of our contributors and for everyone that has listened, read or shared any of the music we’ve featured. This year

The Best Of 2013 (So Far) Playlist

There is no Band or Artist of The Week this week or next, as we’re taking a much-needed 2 week holiday. It’s a chance to recharge the batteries and come back stronger. The Lost On Radio podcast will be taken over by two of our very favourite bands, so watch this space on Wednesday to find

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

Welcome to the 34th episode of the Right Chord Music, Lost On Radio Podcast. Presented by Andy Mort and curated by Mark Knight and Andy Mort, 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. Dig The Kid – Ring In

Band Of The Week. Houses

Dexter Tortoriello and Megan Messina are a duo both on and off the stage, as both lovers and the brains behind L.A folk band Houses. Their latest album is a master class on the concept album. ‘A Quiet Darkness’ tells segments of a whole story within each song.  Set in numerous uninhibited houses along Highway

Rob Bridge. The Art Of The Image Pt. 3

Our resident photography expert Rob from redwood photography shares some of the band promo pics that have recently caught his eye. I’m a newly acquired fan of Macclesfield rockers The Virgin Mary’s following the release of their debut album, and on their site they’ve got a nice set of press images taken by the phenomenal

Houses. Beginnings

Recorded over the past year, splitting time between their new home of Los Angeles and Sonic Ranch (Animal Collective, Beach House, At the Drive In, Yeah Yeah Yeahs), the bliss-duo Houses are set to release their second album, A Quiet Darkness on April 15th via Downtown Records. Ahead of the release, the pair have unveiled the wonderfully carefree video for the