The Nectars. ‘Sci-Fi Television’ Album Review

The Nectars are the real deal. This is a band to love, they not only ooze cool, but they have the songs to back it up. Their debut album ‘Sci-Fi Television’ delivers like a ‘FedEx Rock n Roll Teleporter.’ Sci-Fi Television is the work of lead singer Jessica Kenny, Mike Montalbano (drums/vocals), Jon Paul (bass) and

Episode 226 Lost On Radio Playlist

The Lost On Radio Spotify Playlist champions unsigned bands & independent artists. We showcase incredible new artists that are being overlooked by radio, or pushed to the late night fringes. The Lost On Radio Playlist champions the best new, undiscovered and under appreciated music in our inbox. Curated by the Right Chord Music editorial team it’s

The Nectars Announce UK Tour & Album Plans

We are excited to announce our favourite New Jersey band, The Nectars are coming to the UK, and what’s more they have a debut album ready to drop. The Nectars first caught our attention with their debut single Heaven. We said… “This New Jersey four-piece ooze energy and excitement, while sassy front woman Jessica Kenny evokes the spirit

Episode 222 Lost On Radio Playlist

The Lost On Radio Playlist began as a Podcast back in 2011.  Our aim from the start was 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

The Nectars Announced For First Takeover Session

Last August we created the first ever Facebook Live music festival. The RCM Takeover Festival featured 22 artists from 5 countries, taking over our Facebook news feed to play LIVE across one incredible weekend. At the start of this project, our aim was to create a live format that gave power back to unsigned artists. No

Episode 220 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