The Birth of Songsmiths I hadn’t seen Ed in about a decade when, a few months ago, he heard one of my songs online and reached out. Long story short, I agreed – enthusiastically – to produce “I Will Never Forget” (coming soon) and made a plan to collaborate with more songwriters who could sing […]
“Sit down and stand up” sounds like a call to meditate in protest of something. There may also be a reference to an open relationship…Anyway, the song comes attractively packaged and well-delivered (good voice and performance). A great job overall. Well done and thanks for sharing your song with us Chad. Recorded at The Cooler.
This is Chris rusty (his word). But the guitar playing is solid, the lyrics beautiful and I love his voice. I reckon it’s a great performance given that it’s one live take and the song is so new that he’s reading the lyrics. Read full commentary on YouTube. Recorded at www.thecooler.co.za.
As soon as I heard the guitar I relaxed a little. It’s a soothing rhythm and the 12-string guitar suits the Maskandi style. Nice. Read my full commentary in the description on YouTube.
Izak has a great feel for music. Part of that is having good rhythm and timing, but it’s also how you interpret the music. I see it in his audition and I’ve seen it when he’s playing bass for Club of Suns. Thanks for coming through Izak. Audition recorded at The Cooler.
You have loads of potential Gerrie, I just think that you need to enunciate your vocals better. Find a balance between the tone you’re after and the vocal sounding natural. Check the video on YouTube for my full commentary. Gerrie studies at COPA Music School. Audition recorded at The Cooler recording studio.
I love the lyrics, the voice and the guitar. Thanks Matt, see ya…no, I have to say something more… See full commentary in the video description on YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8hXnvLZo1zfQGHZqyWWs9g www.facebook.com/clubofsuns/ Recorded at www.thecooler.co.za
#SongsmithsSA This is my work, hope you like it 🙂 ..The Dilemma & Everything has Changed Posted by K-Jo on Friday, 25 August 2017 K-Jo’s song, The Dilemma, is mesmerizing. The vocals are beautiful and it’s nice that the lyrics don’t fall into a predictable rhyming structure. That’s not easy to do.
I dig the vocal and performance aspects of Bruce’s audition and I think this could be a really cool song after a bit of tweaking. Well done and thank you Bruce. For more details, view the video description on YouTube. Recorded at The Cooler.
Watch In My Zone Video Thanks for your entry Monique. You have a lovely voice and sing well. In the guitar-and-voice format there isn’t much of a distinction between verse and chorus, but that would change in production with the addition of more instruments and voices. I actually like repetitive chord sequences like this. They […]