Welcome to Right Chord Music. Complete this form to submit your music to the RCM Blog and our partners within the RCM Indie Collective. (see list below) One submission can now result in support across multiple channels, including blogs, playlists and radio.
Please feel free to submit music ahead of release, but please note that RCM and some of our partner blogs only publish reviews once your music is released and available on Spotify. We are keen that our blog helps drive you plays and income.
The Right Chord Music Group are planning to launch the Major Labl Artist Club to support self released artists. Would you like to be notified when this is launched?
Click on the tags below to be considered for other Right Chord Music opportunities.
Free or Paid Coverage?
If you choose free coverage it means your music will be shared with a small pool of writers. If you choose paid, your music is shared with a larger pool of freelance writers and all our partners within the RCM Indie Collective so your chances of review will be far higher.
Please note you only pay if a blog decides to write about you. A writer will be in touch to arrange payment, it's free to submit. The RCM team of freelance writers charge £5 for a review on the RCM Blog 100% of the money goes to the writer. All content published on the RCM Blog will also be shared across our social channels which could include Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest and Linkedin.
Members of the RCM Indie Collective are free to set their own prices. Expect to pay between £5- £10 for a feature. You can read a profile of our partner blogs below, a representative of that blog will email you if they want to feature you.
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the rcm indie collective
We are now inviting independent music Bloggers, Playlisters, Podcasters, DJs and Live Promoters to access our music submissions to form the Right Chord Music Indie Collective.
This approach will allow us to collectively champion and support more incredible new music. Now one free submission to Right Chord Music gives you multiple chances of support across a variety of channels.
Discover the members of The RCM Indie Collective below. If you are interested in joining The RCM Indie Collective please get in touch here.
POP PASSION BLOG
Pop Passion is all the latest for new, rising, and established artists. We want to help artists who deserve to be heard - everyone from the biggest stars to the kid writing songs alone in their room.
THE DAYDREAM CLUB PRESENTS PODCAST
A weekly music discovery show hosted by Adam and Paula Pickering (aka The Daydream Club).
The Podcast covers a diverse range of music featuring the duos influences, personal favourites, talented friends and behind the tunes chats for their own music. Including sounds of alternative, ambient, electronic, Indie-folk, experimental and beyond.
ECLECTIC EAR CANDY
Eclectic Ear Candy (EEC) showcases hidden talent in the music industry, typically in the indie/alt pop space, and is intended to diversify music interests.
EEC features 10 new releases (singles, EPs, or albums) and a throwback track each week, along with an artist of the month. The artist of the month earns an interview and written article from EEC, along with 3 featured songs, one song each week.
EEC also offers Instagram takeovers and opportunities to be included on exclusive playlists highlighting breakthrough talent.
IRAINA MANCINI DJ
Iraina Mancini is a Singer/Songwriter DJ and Soho Radio Host from London.
Iraina presents a show on Soho Radio every other Tuesday where she plays a taste of her DJ sets and interviews her favourite bands. Previous guests include legendary producer Mike Chapman (Blondie, The Knack), Lee Fields, Babyshambles, Ida Mae and Garret Shider (Parliament, Funkadelic), Juanita Stein, (Howling Bells) PP Arnold & Dead Coast.
Iraina brings her love of Northern Soul, Ska, Funk, Rhythm & Blues and Garage Rock to audiences all over London and internationally. Playing at exclusive clubs such as Groucho Club, Soho House, 5 Hertford St and Scotch of St James as well as music festivals (Glastonbury, The Secret Garden Party, Red Rooster and Wilderness) and fashion, film and corporate events (Pretty Green, NME, Swarovski, Samsung, GQ and The Toronto Film Festival).
Euphonixx is about positivity! Finding and featuring songs, albums, indie musicians or bands with a positive message that can get the audience, listeners, and fans through any moments they face throughout life.
Along with submissions on Right Chord Music’s platform we have our own pricing deals where 2/5 of the fee goes back into promoting the artist. Each approval receives an article on the Euphonixx website, social media posts on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and playlist placements on Spotify and SoundCloud Under Euphonixx Sonixx Blast.
Up&Coming is a music blog dedicated to celebrating up and coming and independent artists from around the world!
Discover emerging artists and must add tracks for all your playlists by exploring all our music content. We feature in-depth interviews, music reviews, live reviews and curated playlists. We also have our own podcast where we chat with different up and coming artists about their life, music and inspirations and share some of their best tracks.
RATS ON THE RUN
Rats On The Run. Music Reviews. Reviewing from Here to Wherever.
Send your LPs, your EPs, your singles, your videos, let me know the new sounds that you're making.
Lover of noise in all of its forms, from garage fuzz to glitched out electronica.
Weekly features, monthly playlists, press and promo work available. And I promise I will listen to everything.
INDIE MUSIC WOMEN
Linda Garnett, the founder of Indie Music Women, delivers to women in the indie music industry the information and attention they need to propel the growth of their career.
The Indie Music Women website showcases in-depth interviews, music reviews, our Instagram featured artists, and the latest issue of our bi-weekly newsletter, 5 Must Reads for Musicians.
Indie Music Women’s Instagram account features an Artist of the Day which includes a short bio and the artist’s thoughts on what it means personally to be an indie music woman artist, and the artist’s latest single added to our Spotify playlist.
Every Thursday Linda spotlights women artists selected from the IMW Spotify playlist on her radio show which is aired on Mix Tape Radio International.
MUSIC IN ISOLATION
Music in Isolation has become a platform for new bands and artists to get the exposure they deserve. They can't gig due to the current climate so why not help them out.
"When London went into Lockdown I was trying to find something to do to past the time. I have always had a passion for music and find new music. I get a serious kick if someone comes to me and says "This band is amazing thank you for recommending them to me" this makes me proud. I have always voiced my opinions about bands and songs to friends and family. So I started to write about music that I was listening to while stuck indoors. This is how I came up with the name Music in Isolation. This shows the idea of music that is personal to you, everyone listens to music through earphones so it is music that you are isolating to yourself."
WE MAKE MUSIC
'We Make Music' is a Spotify playlist and Instagram page with a passion for great unsigned and under the radar acts and artists.
Primarily, but not exclusively, focusing on showcasing acts from the UK and Ireland. Genres considered are pop, folk, singer-songwriter and rock.
We feature one song a day by posting a short one minute video of the track alongside links to the track on Spotify and to the artists Instagram page.
Tonitruale is an online publication revolving around music and fashion for people who have loud opinions.
It was created by Janset Yaşar and she assembled a team of more than 10 people all coming from different countries. Tonitruale has a rather laid-back tone where young people can unapologetically state their opinions. They aim to create a legitimate platform for young creatives. Their “Band Aid” column is specifically made to promote the music of their readers.