Episode 100 – 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

First Signs Of Love No 121. Mammals ‘Wolf’

Since 2011, Guy Brown has been writing and performing under the name Mammals. Hailing from Sydney’s Northern Beaches (think Home & Away) he blends folk, electronic and indie rock, and leaves the listener with little doubt that this is an artist who spends a lot of time by the ocean. Lyrically personal, Mammals’ debut Animalia

First Signs Of Love No 105. Owls Of The Swamp – Shapeshifter

First Sign of Love this week is Shapeshifter from Owls of the Swamp, aka Pete Uhlenbruch. Originally from Melbourne, now based in the UK, his third album Atlas was recorded in his mobile studio across Germany, Iceland and the UK. The album features guest appearances from Markéta Irglová (The Swell Season), Ryan Karazija (Low Roar),

Hayden Calnin – Oh, Hunter EP

Oh, Hunter by Hayden Calnin is a wonderful marriage of sparse, dream like electronic arrangements and soulful vocals. Part Bon Iver, part James Blake, but all really, really good. Calnin is an artist clearly in his element in the studio, possessing the time and talent to tinker with these songs in order to create something

Band Of The Week. Major Leagues

Major Leagues have achieved a great deal in their relatively short time as a band. Their 2nd EP Weird Season has gained the Brisbane 4 piece a good deal attention in both Australia and across the globe. Having toured with the likes of Beach Fossils, Wild Nothing, RCM favourites The Preatures, and Violent Soho, the

The Preatures. Is This How You Feel EP.

The Preatures should be well known to regular RCM readers.  The Sydney 5 piece has been featured previously with their singles Is This How You Feel, Manic Baby, and Revelation (So Young). All songs come from the recently released 5 track EP ‘Is This How You Feel’, a follow up last year’s debut ‘Shaking Hands’. 

First Signs Of Love No 76. Tom Staniford – Elizabeth

It seems Brighton based artist Tom Staniford is a very talented individual.  Not only did he write, play guitar and sing this wonderful track, he also directed, shot and edited the accompanying video.  Having just wrapped up a tour supporting Mike Dignam, Tom has been undoubtedly gaining new fans across the UK. Tom’s talent has

Blackchords: Dance Dance Dance / As Night Falls 2012

After 12 months of writing and recording, Melbourne’s Blackchords are back and excited to release the much-awaited first single ‘Dance Dance Dance’ on May 21st. The track will be given away as a free download from their BandCamp page and is taken from their forthcoming second album, due for release later this year. The single is

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

Vote for Blackchords – Broken Bones in The Online Music Awards

Blackchords  have been nominated for the St Helier Online Music Awards in the ‘Best Video’ category for ‘Broken Bones.’ Blackchords released their self-titled debut album in April, 2009. Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, Blackchords, fronted by songwriter Nick Milwright, have been widely acclaimed on their native turf “One of the best Australian debut releases” (Reverb Magazine) with critics