Artist of The Week. Emily C Smith

Far From Judd is the brilliantly versatile new EP from Emily C. Smith. The London-based singer/song-writer and her band consisting of David Kapruski (drums), Jack Chantler (guitar) and Gareth Cobb (bass) take us on a four-track-journey that passes through Patti Smith-infused 60s garage rock with opening track Don’t Leave Me Now to countrified shades of

Artist of The Week. Lindsay Kupser

This week’s artist of the week is Lindsay Kupser, an independent singer-songwriter based in Vancouver, Canada. Her new EP ‘Quiet Songs will woo, seduce and gently stir you with it’s blissful intimacy and delightful girl next door delivery. Quiet Songs by Lindsay Kupser Lindsay strives to deliver depth from simplicity and with Quiet Songs, she

First Signs of Love No. 146 – THANDI

Introducing ‘Star-Crossed’ the début single from Londoner THANDI. Not content with just writing the track, she also co-produced it, directed the video and self-released it, exactly the kind of artist we love to support on Right Chord Music. On Star-Crossed THANDI weaves blissed out fragile R&B vocals with creeping electronic beats, which infuse the track

Artist Of The Week. Dan Bettridge

Introducing 20 year-old singer-songwriter Dan Bettridge and his new four track EP ‘Darker Days’ released today (24th February). The EP follows on from last year’s ‘Hunter’s Heart EP which one favour with BBC Radio 2’s Dermot  O’Leary. Dan resides in the seaside village of Ogmore-by-Sea, South Wales, where he first picked up a guitar at

First Signs Of Love No. 70 Laura Shaw ‘Blue Moon’

Great tracks stand out, and within seconds of hearing Blue Moon by Laura Shaw we knew we had experienced The First Signs Of Love. Influenced by Kate Bush, Stevie Nicks, Joni Mitchell and possibly a touch of Regina Spektor’s invention, Laura Shaw has honed her skills and developed her own intriguing and highly engaging style.