Sound Cloud Music Reviews is a website dedicated to reviewing the music of artists and producers using the SoundCloud platform. It also conducts and hosts audio-based interviews with the artists, giving them the opportunity to speak about their work and what makes them unique. Sound Cloud Music Reviews is brought to you by Black Eagle Marketing and is not directly affiliated with SoundCloud.The reviews that we provide are only opinions and do not speak for the masses.

Featured Music Reviews

Blue and Bordeaux – Know Me Well

April 29, 2014 By SoundCloud Music Reviews
in All Music Reviews, folk, Rock
Folk music’s transformation over the last few years has now reached the stage where it’s bored with itself. A folk single is now a pop single; all of which seem to feature some choir inadvertantly yelling “Hey!”...
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Kbit’s Space Symphony in “Anytime But Then”

April 24, 2014 By hdesantis
in All Music Reviews, ambient, chill, chillout, Electronic
If I’ve learned anything from space travel movies, it’s that outer space is terrifying. Something always goes wrong out there and at least one astronaut is left to die alone in orbit. Horrific. In contrast, Australian...
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Christina Rubino – “The Gateway”

April 24, 2014 By hdesantis
in All Music Reviews, Alternative, country, folk
It’s always the strongest voices that show us the most vulnerability. No matter what the song’s content is, vulnerability is the most relatable thing it can offer. Sometimes it feels like music doesn’t have room for that...
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Gasmilk Maximizes off Simplicity in “2 Of Us”

April 24, 2014 By hdesantis
in All Music Reviews, Dance, DJ, Electronic, electropop
Gasmilk’s new track “2 of Us” is about being direct. It’s about not wasting time to come forward with what you want, even if it’s something simple. This is an appropriate theme to pair up with music that wastes no...
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Latimer House – “This is Pop”

April 24, 2014 By hdesantis
in All Music Reviews, Alternative, Independent Artists, post-punk, Rock
Irony can be a dangerous thing in pop music. When you make a joke about something you partake in, you submit to the joke. You aren’t above the casualties just because you notice the big picture. Latimer House makes humor of...
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The Lockhearts – “Freakshow”

April 24, 2014 By hdesantis
in All Music Reviews, Alternative, Rock
The Lockhearts use a simple phrase as their mission statement: “Don’t bore us, get to the chorus.” This track certainly accomplishes that motive aggressively. Drawing from American alternative rock influences, The...
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