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Complete the form below to get your music featured on Right Chord Music.

With one FREE submission, we offer musicians multiple chances of support across Right Chord Music and our partners within the RCM Indie Collective. (Blogs, Playlists, Radio, Live)

Please note. A review on Right Chord Music costs £6 and 100% goes to the writer.

The members of the RCM Indie Collective are free to set their own prices.

Have further questions?

Read, our frequently asked questions here.

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The RCM Indie Collective

The RCM Indie Collective is a group of like-minded independent music champions including. Indie record labels, Blogs, Playlisters, Podcasters, and DJs granted access to our submissions database.


When you complete our submissions form your music can be accessed by all of the members of the RCM Indie Collective. This approach allows us to 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. 

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Rachel is a DJ, songwriter, producer and presenter of the Hidden Harmonies radio show on Crags Radio where she plays and interviews independent artists. In collaboration with the songwriting circle “The Narrative” based in Liverpool, she is working to host live and online events for independent musicians, across the Midlands and North. 

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Jodie Bryant is fast building a reputation as the face of new music in the UK, with her ever growing TikTok and radio presence. As a presenter with experience doing shows on Radio 1 and BBC Introducing, Jodie has given debut radio plays to artists including Kat Penkin, Flo Gallop, and EVA. She is also the host (and often curator) of the Ned’s New Music Monday as well as ‘Soho Rising.’ 



Artists submitting to Right Chord Music can now get their music featured on Spotify playlists. Blackmarket hand-curate over 10 different playlists. There are no fees, and no payments, all for the love of music. Get heard today.



At Pretty White, we believe that music and writing have the power to connect people and help them better understand themselves and each other. We are dedicated to sharing music from Independent artists that we feel do this particularly well.

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We began as a SoundCloud in March 2015 that supported indie artists from around the world, but have since evolved into blogging, with no genre limits. If a lot of the artists we cover don’t ring a bell to you, it’s pretty normal. We like to introduce the world to up-and-coming talents, the ones to watch who are about to become your future next obsessions.

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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. 

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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. 



Honor Morrison is a new music presenter for BBC Introducing and 6 Music. She has given first radio plays to the likes of Connie Constance, The Japanese House and Wunderhorse, to name a few. She also runs her own monthly live showcase called Good Vibes Only in Soho.

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Poco Poco Records was formed in the UK in 2010 by musical duo The Daydream Club. The name 'Poco Poco' roughly translates to "Little Little Records". The label is deliberately eclectic covering indie-folk to electronic, ambient to neo-classical, and alt-pop to experimental jazz. Nothing is off the table as long as there is passion behind the tunes.

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Heresiarch means, “a leader in heresy; the leader of a heretical sect.” The music that I enjoy reviewing the most is usually heretical: experimental/freak folk, ambient, lo-fi, and anything else experimental (although I am open to submissions in any genre).



Bored City aims to provide music fans with the latest and greatest music, preferably from artists you’ve never heard of before. We provide streaming and/or downloadable audio in addition to accompanying write-ups. Most of our content is track-focused, with an option for listeners to hear more.

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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.

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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.



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.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How big is Right Chord Music?

Last year Right Chord Music and our partner blogs which make up the RCM Indie Collective published over 700 reviews, attracting over 100,000 page views from 181 different countries around the world.  Right Chord Music is currently ranked 3rd in Feedspot's Top 60 Indie Music Blogs and websites.

What is free and what do I pay for?

It's free to submit your music to Right Chord Music and our blog partners. You only pay if one of our writers agrees to review you and if you accept their offer to review you. You are under no obligation to accept. Reviews on Right Chord Music cost £6 while our partner blogs are free to set their own prices. Most charge between £7-£15 for a feature. 

Where is the Right Chord Music Blog?

We keep the submissions and the Blog on separate websites. You can visit the blog here.

What kind of music can I submit?

We accept music from any genre, but we only accept high-quality music. Any submissions containing demos or poorly recorded music, bad images, broken links, or missing a biography will immediately be removed by our editor. Remember we only review unsigned and independent music. So if you represent a major label artist, jog on.

When should I submit my music?

We recommend you submit your music a week before release day, that gives us time to listen and write. But don't worry, if your music is already out, it's fine to still submit it. After all, if we haven't heard it, it's still new music! Please note we only publish released music that is available on Spotify or Bandcamp as we like to embed the players to help drive streams and income.

Who visits the Right Chord Music Blog?

When your music features on the Right Chord Music blog we work hard to ensure people see it and hear it. After 10+ years of publishing our SEO is pretty good and our reviews normally appear on the first page of Google. Last year we attracted visitors from 181 different countries. (Top 5: UK, US, Germany, Canada and Australia).

What's the role of a music blog?

The primary role of a music blog is a credible, third-party endorsement. It’s your chance to say to the world – “look someone other than my Mum loves our music!” Turning listeners into fans takes time and typically people need to know your name before they listen to your music. We’ll shout your name from our socials and optimise our content for SEO, so if people search your name they will find positive affirmation about the quality of your music.


Where else is my content shared?

The content we share on the RCM Blog is also shared across our social media channels. You can find us @rightchordmusic on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Linkedin. Please note, not every review is shared across every channel. 

How will I know if my music has been featured?

The writer will be in touch, and we will also tag you in social media posts, so you won't miss it.

How long does the review stay online?

Forever, unless there is a very good reason to take it down. This means the blog post will continue to pick up views every year, and the more people that search, the more people find.

How do I get on one of your Right Chord Music playlists?

If we love your music, we will add you. We don't charge you, this is purely an editorial decision. You can discover our playlists here.

How many people write for Right Chord Music?

We currently have 33 freelance writers reviewing for Right Chord Music. In addition to our own team of writers, your submission can also be seen by the members of the RCM Indie Collective which includes other blogs, playlisters, live promoters and radio DJs.

Can I write for you?

Maybe! Are you a good writer? If so, get in touch here. 

What is the RCM Indie Collective?

A collection of like-minded new music blogs and champions that have access to our submissions database.  This means with one free submission, you can pick up support across multiple channels, including blogs, Podcasts, playlists and radio. Discover a full list of our partner blogs at the bottom of our submissions page. If you run an indie music blog and would like to join the RCM Indie Collective, click here.

Who owns Right Chord Music?

Right Chord Music is independently owned. Founder Mark Knight has over 10 years of experience as an artist manager. Mark’s work with The Daydream Club was recognised with a nomination for Best Digital Campaign at The Music Ally Awards. (The only unsigned artist to be nominated) Mark has lectured on music marketing at MIDEM, Off The Record and Liverpool Sound City, written for The Guardian, Unsigned Guide, Reverbnation, Music Think Tank and judged the Music Week Awards.

Can Right Chord Music help promote my music beyond a blog post?

Alongside Right Chord Music we also run a music marketing agency for indie musicians. Major Labl provides PAYG management, consultancy, advice and training. Discover more here.

Can I just email you instead?

No! We moved away from email submissions because too much great music was getting lost in Mark's email. By using our online submissions form your music is seen and heard by over 30 writers and writers from our partner blogs. This means your chances of support have greatly improved.


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