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

SaumG – “Running Through You” [Electronic Pop]

July 8, 2014 By hdesantis
in All Music Reviews, Electronic, electropop
Accomplished cellist and producer SaumG just released his new track “Running Through You,” which beckons for an EDM party, but not with the average arrangement. Instead, he loads this song with an arsenal of familiar...
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Joe Given – Pop Fusion in “Terrifying Love”

July 7, 2014 By hdesantis
in All Music Reviews, Electronic, electropop, Pop
Some voices are just meant for pop: constructed and designed to be the vocal point of an easy-listening experience. If you read about Joe Given and his pop influences, you see the likes of Sam Smith, Lana Del Rey, John Legend,...
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David Bradford brings heavy electric guitars in “Oceans” [Alternative Rock]

July 1, 2014 By hdesantis
in All Music Reviews, Alternative, Rock
To sum it up best, “Oceans” is a song written by electric guitars for electric guitars. Philadelphia-based David Bradford wrote this track around meticulous guitar tones instead of a specific rock category. With distorted...
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Sulu Babylon’s “Free” is Jolting and Raw [Rock]

June 20, 2014 By hdesantis
in All Music Reviews, Alternative, Rock
Before the millennium’s surge of two-man bands, we had this thing called a “power trio.” Beyond a few select acts, the power trio is hardly happening nowadays. England’s Sulu Babylon (made up of...
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Sundance “Choose Your Weapon (feat. Elias & Sintax The Terrific)” [Hip-Hop]

June 18, 2014 By Kristina Patrice
in All Music Reviews, Holy Hip Hop
The energy within this song sneaks upon you just as the intro does. After a mic check, the lyrics interject under fierce strings, distant horns, bold percussion, lively high hats and a subtle bass line. I can recognize the life...
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Lazy Saturday Project brings a peaceful acoustic blend with “Oh Dear” [Acoustic Folk]

June 18, 2014 By hdesantis
in Acoustic, All Music Reviews, folk
Listening to Lazy Saturday Project’s new single “Oh Dear,” it’s hard to imagine that this group originated in Indonesia of all places. This song feels like it should be played at a rustic barn wedding somewhere in the...
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