Last week, I mentioned that I’m checking out the new music sharing site SoundCloud.
I asked readers to share some tracks via the service. The tracks been coming in ever since, from Synthtopia readers around the world.
One of the options that you can set within SoundCloud is whether or not you want your music to be downloadable. Many of these readers set their tracks to be downloadable. If they did, there will be a download link in the upper right-hand corner of the player.
So, check out some great music from Synthtopia readers from around the world. I’ve included links to each musicians’ SoundCloud page – check out the rest of their music and give them some feedback, too!
From Canada, Craig Pearson, aka Monospark, shared Agoba Can’t Dance. Pearson describes it as a “Quick and whimsical track I created with the synth lead meant to sound as if it was talking.”
OrbicA is an experimental/synthetic composer from Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Here’s OrbicA’s OxA:
From Boston, Brian Roche shared Ne Plus Ultra (Serial Strings Mix):
Bugged Bunny began his career by going to underground parties at the age of 15. From there he moved on to promoting for legendary nyc clubs Limelight and Tunnel as well as many one-off parties. Soon after that he began spinning, and has held down residencies at Moomia(nyc) and the Warehouse (Baltimore). He currently has a residency at Dub Stories, one of New York’s premiere showcases for DJ talent. You can find out more about him at his label, StoopidPlayground.
He shared his track Bat Country:
Finally, bingo1 shared this track, Rock IT Man- Bingo, described as a laid-back hip-hop song that defines the celebrity lifestyle:
Got some music of your own to share with Synthtopia readers? Click on the drop box on the right side of this page. If you share your track to everyone, then I’ll embed it in a post like the tracks above.