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

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 SoundCloud Music Reviews
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”

March 14, 2014 By hdesantis
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”

March 14, 2014 By hdesantis
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 hdesantis
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 and Neo-Ragtime in “Sweet Georgia Brown”

March 14, 2014 By hdesantis
in All Music Reviews, Funk, neo-soul
The “neo” label is taken by musicians who are heavily influenced by an older style. The producers of neo soul, neo funk, neo psychedelia, etc. are looking to bring back a once-relevant musical era. However, not everyone can...
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