The Lost On Radio Podcast & Spotify Playlist champions incredible unsigned bands & independent artists overlooked by radio, or pushed to the late night fringes. Since we started in 2011 we have attracted listeners from over 150 different countries.
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Lost On Radio New & Undiscovered Music Playlist
If you prefer Spotify playlists to Podcasts listen, follow and share our playlist here. We add five or six new tracks to the start of the playlist each week.
Discover the artists on this week’s Lost On Radio Podcast & Spotify Playlist.
- Slyrydes – Dangerous Animals
- Officer – Tilt The Clox
- Gypsy Moth Control – Saturating Horizons
- Short in the Sleeve – What Else Is New?
- Telemarkk – Lucid Dreams
- MaRRius – Back to Strangers
Why Spotify playlists are important for unsigned bands
Daytime radio is dominated by major label artists. Consequently as an unsigned band it is incredibly difficult to secure day time radio play-listing. Hiring a radio plugger is expensive and for unsigned artists the cost frequently outweighs the returns. Faced with these challenges Spotify provides a powerful and credible alternative way for unsigned artists to build buzz and earn an income.
Although landing a place on an official Spotify playlist can have a dramatic impact on your income, competition is fierce. Therefore, getting your music on independent playlists like Lost On Radio can provide a vital stepping stone to build online buzz to get on Spotify’s radar.
Supporting Lost On Radio
Producing and promoting a Podcast takes time effort and money. If you enjoy listening to the show and would be willing to make a small financial donation to support us, we would be hugely grateful.
Getting your music on Lost On Radio
The Lost On Radio Podcast is curated by the Right Chord Music editorial team. It’s a democracy, if we love it, we playlist it. No radio pluggers or PR agencies required. To get your music on our playlist, visit our contact page and submit your music. We are now also accepting submissions via Squall.