Music - The Works of a Dying Man
DJ Jounce; If you're into the rage era of techno or electronica or perhaps you like to just "Move it, Move it" while you work, well this guy and his group of cohorts are for you. Jounce from LA is coming up fast and is quite a nice guy. I'm no longer that raver/party boy I once was, but I can still break the techno dance down and still enjoy the listening of that bumping music and the bass in my chest. Be sure to take a listen to their new sound below (at this time I only have 2 tracks by them), but their CD is coming out soon though, be ready for a great set of sounds. They have more music on their webpage and their ReverbNation page listen below and check out their pages.
There is no sin; There is No Sin, what a thought right, but this is a band, they are an alternative group that in my opinion have a slight resemblance to U2, but maybe it's just me. They've got a new CD coming out real soon so they are doing a promotional free DL of their old CD from their site DRM free, be sure to snag it before they stop doing this offer. As per usual below is a small sample (3 songs) by them incuding the free DL link in the "BUY" button. I like listening to them when I'm in the chill work mood.
The Chorderoys; So this group is another soft rock alternative group. They don't have a CD released yet, but I was able to get the mp3 with a bit of finesse. They are pretty good. The website and CD are both in action but not complete. Great group in my opinion, added them to m chill work mix on Google music.
Gavin Mihkail; So this is a new artist I have heard. He has some great music, and great covers. I am and forever will be a huge fan of piano playing and he is great! I myself studied piano growing up, but eventually I had to give it up due to problems with my hands and my fingers not bending right (same with guitar), but I still love the piano and the music it makes. Give him a listen and you won't regret it. On his site he also has a free music download gift box, it's got some great tracks. I got his tracks uploaded to SoundCloud now for everyone to hear.
So up on my music spin is Andrew Jackson from Toronto, ON Canada. He is a talented man and has good music. He's a sort of Alternative/Rock, Indie, & Classic rolled into one, I was thrown a bit the first time I heard his music, but love and own his newest album. I have had the pleasure of meeting him and working with him. He is a great man, he's so kind and generous just trying to live his own dream ya know and even when people screw him over or give him the shaft he's still trucking along ho[ping things will go the right way. Below is a couple songs from his new album Feral Familiar, if you like what you here see about buying the song.
HuDost;So I feel like rubish, I was able to upload the music of the others to my SoundCloud account for you all to hear the music and like it like I have. Sadly I have no music of this one yet as I just heard of her today and there is a limit to sets on SounCloud of 3, so even if I did have her music I wouldn't be able to make a preview set like the rest. So yeah was working today and was just busy working (unpaid work that I do to keep busy) and I tumbled across the name in the work email and looked it up and was very impressed. I loved the music. It's definate World or World/Folk music like that of Enya and some great Irish singers. So instead of her music on SoundCloud I bring you her YouTube link, a picture of the lead woman, and music via ReverbNation
Amirah Ali;This was a surprising one for me. I had never heard of her, nor do I know much about Malaysia, so when I got an assignment for work with her I was like "who??" First thing I did, like always, is listen to the music or figure out who it is I'm doing work on and what they do. So I found her music on YouTube, so be honest at first taste I was not impressed. In fact my girlfriend actually mocked her talent a little. It wasn't until about the 3rd or 4th time I heard her music that something clicked and I realized it's not bad at all. I must have been deaf or something, I don't know. So here now I like her music and listen to it on my playlist for working.
Broken Strings Bluegrass, So, this is not only a family shout out, but a back to my roots of country and bluegrass. So this band of kids/teens are a group of siblings that moved to Alabama and to keep from being bored started playing various instruments a lot more often than they used to; as well as they seem to break a lot of strings. New thing you know their church hears them and likes them and they play. So as for myself I'm an Atheist and so the gospel music not my style, but the songs below were recorded on multiple peoples computers while they were traveling so the sound quality sucks kind of, but still isn't bad. I know within a year or 2 their voices will only sound better, especially when the youngest hits her teens lol.

The Babbling's of a Dying Man
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