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SoundCloud Music Reviews 3-24-2014

March 24, 2014 By SoundCloud Music Reviews
in All Music Reviews
SoundCloud Music Reviews 3-24-2014 (Destiny + 6th Trumpet) – PLEASE SHARE by 6thTrumpet   This is Destiny and 6th Trumpet once again over at sound cloud music reviews dot com. This brief update is to give you a little...
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Konstant33n – TMT

March 19, 2014 By Harrison Desantis
in All Music Reviews, Hip Hop, Rap
Floyd Mayweather sure knows how to garner attention from musicians. As well all know, his last entrance into the ring featured Justin Beiber and Lil’ Wayne as his escorts. Better yet, word on the street is that Miley Cyrus will...
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CANVAX presents “Valley”

March 19, 2014 By SoundCloud Music Reviews
in All Music Reviews, Electronic, Techno
CANVAX aka Danny Jeroense has been making Electro and Techno music for fifteen years. Immediately you can hear the experience in his music. The production value of it is absolutely gorgeous. He has created a beautiful sonic...
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Dash & Brasc0 – Our Mother (Produced by Layzer971)

March 19, 2014 By Rachel Bolin - SoundCloud Music Reviews
in All Music Reviews, Hip Hop, Underground
I absolutely love the message in this song. A song about respecting and loving our mothers is something that needs to be pushed more than it is. Unfortunately it took me a quite a few listens to really be able to understand the...
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Gloria George – “Ombra Mai Fu”

March 17, 2014 By Harrison Desantis
in All Music Reviews, classical, Classical Crossover, Pop
At age six, doctors told Gloria that she would never speak again. After proving them wrong through successful surgery, Gloria started pursuing music. She experimented with many styles and genres, but never found one to work for...
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AJS (Alexandro, Joelle & Steve) – For You

March 17, 2014 By Zander Buel
in All Music Reviews, Jazz, R&B
The sound of AJS is a soulful wash of R&B and jazz, refined with modernist touches of synthesizers, electronics, and a dramatic score of choral singing—elements that are rare in these styles of music. The trio of Alexandro,...
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Scribbling Idiots “Got That Hunger” (feat. KJ-52, Theory Hazit, JustMe & EF Cuttin)

March 17, 2014 By Zander Buel
in All Music Reviews, Christian, Hip Hop
In a sultry and funky groove comes “Got that Hunger, the third single by Scribbling Idiots off their upcoming album Invitation Only. With a touch of blues fusion the muffled emotion of “Got that Hunger”’s backing band...
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KETE BOWERS – GHOSTS

March 17, 2014 By SoundCloud Music Reviews
in All Music Reviews, blues, country, folk
A solitary acoustic guitar with mellow drums in the background isn’t bound to wow anyone with this much music history already recorded, but Liverpool artist Kete Bowers still manages to capture something grippingly plaintive in...
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Hook – “Nobody Knows”

March 17, 2014 By Zander Buel
in All Music Reviews, Rock
A band with a name as audacious as HooK better be prepared to serve up some seriously hook-filled songs, or else it’s doomed to become a running joke. Fortunately, the duo of Jason Staples and Damian Jacobs know just how to...
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Sam Page – Release Me

Sam Page – “Release Me”

March 14, 2014 By Harrison Desantis
in All Music Reviews, Rock
The last track we reviewed from Sam Page was his single “Take It Easy” from 2013. In that track, Sam brought an unhinged garage rock style that sounded like Robert Smith quit The Cure to join The Hives. His dirty guitar...
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Mindeyes: “Search For The Reason”

Mindeyes: “Search For The Reason”

March 14, 2014 By Harrison Desantis
in All Music Reviews, Rock
There’s always a buzz going on about Scandinavian bands and how they produce such diverse music at astonishing ease. However, you usually don’t hear much about Finland in comparison to its neighboring countries. Also, you...
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Helena Dukic – Don’t Know How To Hate You

Helena Dukic – Don’t Know How To Hate You

March 14, 2014 By Harrison Desantis
in All Music Reviews
The piano is the most versatile and appreciated instrument in music. It works on any genre and most songs. But when pop music centers on a pianist, she needs a muscle for melody in order to stand out. Helena Dukic has that muscle...
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Dessy Di Lauro – “Sweet Georgia Brown”

March 14, 2014 By Harrison Desantis
in All Music Reviews, Funk, neo-soul
The “neo” label: a category taken by musicians who are heavily, heavily influenced by an older style. The producers of neo-soul, neo-funk, neo-psychedelia, and so-on are looking to bring back a once-relevant musical era....
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The Real 2 Four – Live It Up

March 14, 2014 By Harrison Desantis
in All Music Reviews, Hip Hop, Independent Artists, Rap
Of all musicians, rappers are most often defined by their city. Whether it’s lyrics about L.A. neighborhoods or musical production reminiscent of the Chicago sound, geography plays a huge part in most rappers’ work. 2Four...
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B-Side Project Production Award & Best Remix – Hugh Hardie remix of The Outs “Get Around”

B-Side Project Production Award & Best Remix – Hugh Hardie remix of The Outs “Get Around”

December 2, 2013 By Rachel Bolin - SoundCloud Music Reviews
in All Music Reviews, B-Side, Remixes
Project Objective:   Presented by SoundCloud, awarded to the producer and remix track that comes up top in the technical side of things as well as scoring highest overall. The judges look at the skills shown in sound design...
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