- CoFounder of @TeamMusicBox, Market Director for @CofoundersLab RTP
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- music industry, music tech, investing, music promotion, music marketing, music performance, music business, funding, startups, music curation
- music, startups
- Durham, NC
Great vocal tone, incredibly soft sound, complimented very well by some crunching electronics. Good low end, and intricate percussion. Great mix quality. Would love to have you on our platform (BoomboxFM), Melissa. Our electro-pop listeners would LOVE you. www.boombox.fm/submit-your-song/
I will listen to this about 7 or 8 times today. So smooth, such a sweet sound. The light fuzz of the guitar compliments the raspy vocals. Dare I say I'd love a little more fuzzzzz!? I'd be nit picking if I begged for that, because this song is awesome. Shades of Ozomalti. Would love to have you guys on our platform. Please submit this song at www.boombox.fm/submit-your-song/
Perfect title for this song. The tune makes me feel like I'm strolling the streets after sunrise. So smooth, great additions in the high and while the piano drives the melody it doesn't have to be over powering and intricate. Well done.
Smooth, great vocals. The song finds it pocket and continues to work within it...makes for incredibly easy listening. Super catchy, and a great balance of prominent electronics and harmony. Would love to have you guys submit to BoomboxFM, our electro pop listeners would LOVE you. www.boombox.fm/submit-your-song/
Not sure what I am evaluating here...the quality of the commercial or the idea of the product. Doesn't matter, I LOVE both. The commercial is incredibly compelling, well shot, great subject...truly intrigues me to learn more about the subpac. The subpac itself looks SICK. Can I haz one? :)
Love the flow of the song. Great integration of guitar and beat. I didn't like how the riff has the opportunity to go else where late in the song and it doesn't. Still, the way it was written is incredibly smooth. Worth a listen.
Like it as an opening track...maybe elongate the intro before the beat drops...build the anticipation for the music. Then, once you bring it in...keep it there, get right to the good stuff. Otherwise, good tune, powerful, nicely executed.