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1. Rock: OUT OF MIND (3) by KCsGROOVE

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

This is another song from the same session as the last uploads

Hans Nooitgedagt Jr - drums
Bingsolex - guitar
Erwin B - bass, recording
KC - guitars, vocals, mix

We hope you like it

2. Ambient: Hypnotic Man by Narananda

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

Please enjoy

3. Electronica: A Million Nights to Absinthe Venus by BlancFroid

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

Cosmic Wave.

4. Pop: Panjandrum by toveco

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

New song from my friends Graham and David!


5. Rock: Ariadne's Thread by Calchas

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

Tragically, these days the classics go virtually untaught, so for some an explanation of the theme may be in order.

An ancient Greek myth tells the story of King Minos, his lovely daughter Ariadne, and a terrible and blood-thirsty half-man/half-beast called the Minotaur, who lived in a huge cavernous labyrinth.

Many a brave soul had entered the labyrinth with a view to slaying the beast, but invariably ended up getting hopelessly lost in the maze, and ultimately falling prey to the Minotaur.

Enter Theseus, who agrees to try his hand at this deadly task.

Meanwhile, Ariadne had fallen madly in love with Theseus and worried for his safety. She gave him a huge ball of thread which he was to gradually unwind as he proceeded into the labyrinth.

Long story short, Theseus succeeds in slaying the monster, and---thanks to Ariadne's ball of thread---is able to find his way back out of the maze. There's more to the tale, but this will have to suffice.

I like the thought of Ariadne's thread as a metaphor of a good woman's love, and its salutary effect on her man's sanity. So now you know... (image)

This song is a bit of an experiment. While always remaining true to my folk-rock and classic-rock roots, I occasionally like to get a bit out of my own comfort zone.

I wanted to combine a Phil Collins influenced beat, and some Robert Fripp-ish lead soloing, with my usual roaring about on the guitars, and strained caterwauling.

The reason I went with Midi for the bass on this one is that, about a week ago, I semi-crushed my right hand at the wrist in the hinge of a friend's closing electric garage door opener. (What a DOOFUS!) The palm of my hand still has some swelling, and I have numbness and tingling in two of my fingers. Anyway, although it's healing up rather rapidly I didn't think I'd be able to manage playing live bass. The Midi track sounds pretty good to me... Critical comments thereon are certainly welcome.

C'est la vie!

Anyway, I hope you folks enjoy this one.

Be well all!

Calchas (Micheal Wark): Guitars, Midi bass, and vocals. (image)
Mick “Midi” McBash: Drums and percussion. (image)

6. Dance: Conclose by RTe

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

Had spare time today to compose & mix
File under dance & house

7. Electronica: An Orange Horizon (CTT) by becwil

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

The 5th in a series called Count To Ten, which is a collection for relaxation … and perhaps contemplation of a world without political idiots and crazed people using assault rifles.

A lazy, hazy morning.

Comment and critique welcomed.

Music & Art: © 2017 Dragonhouse Studios.
All rights reserved.

Other releases of Count To Ten:
1. Dance Instead
2. It’s A New Day
3. Training a Single Neuron
4. Cardamom Coffee

8. Ambient: HYPNOTIC MAN by Narananda by RiGee

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

I heard Harald´s Hypnotic Man and felt like playing with it..thanks You for letting me play with it..hope you like..

here is the original:

9. Electronica: Battle Dragged Wip 2 by Aamp

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

I have so many ideas and backlog games! So this is a work in progress for now..

10. Pop: If I Could Just Hold You by FreeEarCandy

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

Track 1 From the FreeEarCandy 2017 Collection.
"If I could Just Hold You" is a love song featuring vocals, acoustic guitars, piano, strings, bass.

11. Folk: The Guitar by calebhawkins

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

I wrote this one after finding a '62 Harmony in a junk shop for $40 and sort of came up with a somewhat fictional story based around events that in many ways did take place around my home town when I was a kid. One mic in a room, slight plate reverb some compression and limiting that's all. The guitar here is my Eastman 320B which was a prototype for a model they still sell today. Nothing fancy, just sort of a song inspired by the style of Johnny Cash and Merle Haggard.

12. Blues: Drunken Blues 2 by Alakdanilo

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

me on improvisation on a blues track

13. Latin: Carlos Santana Europa Software Instrument Demo by SmokeCloudEnt

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

This is a demo of the power of software instruments. The lead guitars, latin percussion, & bass are ours. Logic X now released a series of instruments called vintage, we are using vintage B3 organ, drums, & strings. I'M NOT PLAYING GUITAR. This is from a midi file that is over 20 years old. The original sequence artist is unknown. We changed phrasing, controller, & instruments. I hope you'll enjoy the power of software instruments...

14. Blues: The Ill Wind is aBad Sign (2) by Telemetry

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

MrAdamsOnDrums Drums
akethesnaker Guitar
Rickplayer Bass
Telemetry Vocals
A different solo by Adu of wikiloops.


15. Electronica: Sphere of Divination by Komit

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

The fortune teller's prediction.

16. Folk: Beneath A Sky of Stars by ScottHorwath

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

There is another singer here. She was 10 years old when she recorded her vocals here . The Lyrics were written by her and her father . Young Chang Piano . and then i am doing the other vocal part . This excerpt is part of a children's C.D. compilation . This picture is just a non-profit-back-yard-Letting-the-steam-of the kettle type of thing . . .

17. Rock: What's A Man To Do? by 8MonthMalfunction

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

So, it has happened. On 31st August this year I worked my last day before being made redundant from my job as a designer/artworker... Nearly 3 months on and I am still out of work and money is running out quickly. I was really hoping not to have to write this song, that I would have my life sorted out by now and be back in work, but sadly that is not the case...

I have been trying to write, but have suffered a block, so I hope that writing the track I didn't want to write will clear my head and let me move back to writing other material. I took some inspiration from artists like Billy Bragg and Frank Turner on this one, so I hope you enjoy it!

18. Jazz: Ribbon In The Sky by scaustrita

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

-Stevie Wonders Ribbon In The Sky
Vocal Ready

-Steve Caustrita

19. Alternative: Something About This Place by RadioSeanovan

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

This is one of the demos for another album that I'm working on called "Something for a Monday Night." This was actually an album that I've been working on LONG before Morning/Evening, but I explained that more in this blog post. Check it out:

Anyway, the music was originally composed in February of 2014 but was completed lyrically in March of 2015 (though there are several lines in question). One of the many songs that came from my first breakup, this one is a bit lengthy. The ending crescendo itself is almost 4 minutes. Nevertheless, I consider this one of my proudest achievements and this looks to be a final contender for Something.

I hope you enjoy it as well.

20. Jazz: Butterflies and Rain by ldecarmine

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

Mellow New age Jazz

21. Dance: All Over Again (Donna Summer Tribute) by falconep

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

One of my biggest influences. The "undisputed queen of the Seventies disco boom". Along with producer Giorgio Moroder, they created EDM, and became the voice of a generation.

Here I assembled a few of her trademark techniques: Deceptive slow intro, sequencers, FX, big sound. A stab at starting a new romance and how astonished we are that it can be as powerful as the first time. A reflection of Donna's repeated comebacks to the top of the charts, decade after decade.

LaDonna Adrian Gaines December 31, 1948 – May 17, 2012
For the story of her life: Wiki - Donna Summer

* SUMMER: The Donna Summer Musical
EXTENDED! November 7 - December 17 2017

Thanks for listening - More to come
Keyboard - Phil Falcone
© 2017 Phil Falcone
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

22. Classical: Llys Dôn (2016) by Art

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

A mini piano concerto of romantic sway..

23. Classical: Symphony in A minor - Movement 4 by thsantac

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

So, one month after the third part, here is the last part of my humble symphony. Maybe the most achieved part. The longest for sure.

The three first parts can be listened here :

Part 1 :
Part 1 :
Part 1 :

Thanks for your comments.

© 2017 - Thierry Santacana

24. Pop: The Captain by toveco

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

The Captain.
New Great song from the Duo Graham & David.


25. Folk: WINTER by RiGee

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

This is a text by he wrote and sang on my WINTERIMPROVISATION. The last past days I thought about bringing this up again - simple and a Campfire SONG. IT WOULD BE COOL TO HAVE a genre named so...

Thanks Easy...hope you like it like that (image)

26. Electronica: Rain of Steel by PATROUX

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

Composition July 2017
Patroux : Guitars and keyboards

27. Rock: LIFELINE (#) by KCsGROOVE

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

A bandversion of this song
the original is found here:

Bingsolex - guitar
Hans Nooitgedagt Jr - drums
Erwin - Bass, recording
KC - guitars, vocals mix

We hope you like it

28. World: Bengawan Solo - River of my Dreams (Cover) by Kaverley

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

This song is probably S E Asia's most well known and popular song of all time. It was written by Indonesian
Gesang Martohartono in 1940. The song is about the legend of the River Solo in Indonesia.
This is an "English" version and Stan (Lagusaya2) wrote the lyrics but however it is not a direct translation.

I did the backing music and vocals are mine.

I have also done a "video" version which you can see at youtube:-

29. Ska/Reggae/Dub: THE CAPTAIN SAYS.... by RiGee

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

a fake tune...I need an elephant foot stool at my swimming pool...and some mixed fracked groundwater ...and sexual healing..and me first ...and a red button.. what´s wrong with that?

30. Pop: Baby I'm On My Way by FreeEarCandy

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

Track 1 from the FreeEarCandy Collection. A hot love song with some sexy sax.

31. Blues: Descending Turnaround Blues {Economic Migrant Mix} by pharmakeus

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

Original Blues progression by Bob Russo. Lyrics by Dr. Chris McMahon. w1av posted this blues here: and it will do your sould a world of good to have a listen. I asked if I could add vox ... and you know what he did? he stripped off all his lead guitar and doubled tracked and stereo panned the rhythm guitar track to make room for the vox. Just to let me jam on it. Thanks Bob!

Bob: Rhythm Guitar, Bass, Drums.
Chris: Vox, Harp, Lead Guitar.
Postprouduction by Pharmakeus.

Please enjoy!~

32. World: Bramasole(Christophe Beck Tribute) by falconep

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

Christophe Beck has a long career of TV & Film scoring. Although he won an Emmy for Buffy The Vampire Slayer (TV), he hasn't cracked through with any other of his famous film compositions, like Frozen or Red. The soundtrack I like most is for Under The Tuscan Sun, a tale of a divorced American buying a Tuscan villa fixer-upper, called Bramasole. Here I tried to capture his range of style and technique.
*It is not a cover of any of the cues from the film

Thanks for listening - More to come
Keyboard - Phil Falcone
© 2017 Phil Falcone
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

33. New Age: At The Pub With The Sullied Prophet - Not Famous by Badstone_Music

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

sitting in the pub with the prophet - whos fallen and down - and all the while im thinking of how his words are music to my ears.

Started with distorted guitar riffs
and became this...

34. Other: November Abomination by amorin

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

Atmospheric composition featuring cellos, violins, flute, English horn, synthesizer, (subtle) percussion, bassoon, clarinet, and a trumpet section...

35. Other: DRIVING by ldecarmine

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

New ageish film score

36. Country: Houston Hoedown (live 11-13-17) by JoelIrwin

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

Live performance of Houston Hoedown by solo violinist, Dr. Yu-Fang Chen (Assistant Professor of Music, Ball State University). Performed at Houston Community College Central Campus on Nov 13, 2017.

Video of performance:

37. Jazz: lydiana echo by SIcan

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

jam with backing track

38. Country: Through The Years by Cinderella

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

I was really happy when Steve sent me this *terrific* music track asking if I would like to sing this beautiful song by Kenny Rogers. .......It's such a touching song, and it was a pleasure to be able to do it up. .......Hope you enjoy our version! (image)

Music - Smokecloudent - Steve Caustrita & musician friends

39. Latin: Libertango by macoconuts

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

I bought a new iMac.
Took me ten years to get a new one.
This is a retina 27, 2tb hd, 8gb ram, fast as hell.
This is my first try with its new Garage Band. An old song I´ve played from Astor Piazzolla, with a Squier Jazz Bass, a Casio PG300 stratocaster, and lots of keys and programming.
I´ll be back.


40. Rock: 3 chords so far by irok

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

120 BPM more han 4 chords I think.. add enjoy (image)

41. Inspirational: ForT$S by SIcan

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

Jam on jazz tune backtrack

42. Pop: Forever by phalgunnmaharishi

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

Forever is produced in collaboration with indie music artists from across the globe. The highlight of the song is that it is produced with zero budget including the official video, which has been sourced from various free stock video providers.


Music and Lyrics: Phalgunn Maharishi
Vocals: Morgan Robinson
Guitar: Lee and Steve Coleman
Mix: Tom Hellsten (Toveco Studio Thailand)
Video: Pexels, Videvo, and Videezy


43. Alternative: run free by Lapskin

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

reason 10

44. Rock: Night Rock by dirigent

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

Added Synth to irok's punkmetal 160 track

45. Pop: Forever (inkl.Video) by toveco

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

Mix project for ProCollab, they want me to promote the video,
but it is too big for iC so I put a link here (image)


Music: Phalgunn Maharishi
Vocals: Morgan Robinson
Lyrics: Phalgunn Maharishi
Guitar: Lee and Steve Coleman
Mix: Tom Hellsten (TSTstudio)

Video: Pexels, Videvo, and Videezy

46. Alternative: Lilichi is Traveling by nothing

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

Lilichi is traveling. The only loops used were sound fx. The drums were difficult.

47. Ambient: Sarang Om by chilladreams

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

Composed by Matt Hodgson & Dave Blinzinger of 'Chilladreams'. Abelton and Yamaha Motif were used in this recording, and was live off the floor. Matt Hodgson played a Yamaha saxophone.

48. Folk: Babies Are Ugly by GardenGnomes

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

Practicing synth accompaniment and vocal harmonies.

49. Classical: Midnight Closure by VertiGoGo

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

My first composition...put together the night before we closed on our new home.

50. Ambient: Frav 3.0 by Blacklilyorchard

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 03:58:56 -0500

straight up synth tracks. collaboration with Avec Con Mit on soundcloud. Sub37, microbrute, some VSTs done live in ableton. sequencing and midi programming.