JESSE SAUNDERS Releases the second installment of the ABOVE The SOUND CLOUD compilation series on December 14, 2010

Broken_Records_LOGOJESSE SAUNDERS Releases the second installment of the ABOVE The SOUND CLOUD compilation series on December 14, 2010.

“Above the Sound Cloud, vol. 2”- Various Artists (BR-1023)

The Above the Sound Cloud compilation features some of the memorable tracks received by Broken Records via Sound Cloud. Jesse Saunders has compiled the best of the submissons and proudly presents this new project!  Sound Cloud has revolutionized the promotional file sharing for not only labels, but the Artists who have benefited greatly!

The first compilation received tremendous accolades, success and support. We at Broken Records thank you and hope you support this second installment as well. We are pleased to give these new, up and coming artists a chance to showcase their tracks to the world! It’s truly an international collaboration. Please support the Electronic Music Arts by supporting these DJ/Artists, and future Artists who are trying to make their dream come true!

The tracks featured range from traditional House and Tech-House, to Progressive House and Minimal. All will drive deeply into your soul.

Featured on the second installment is Alberto Psycho (Spain) with his track Come To The Cabaret which is already taking the dance community by storm. It’s a new skool take on that old skool standard. He also contributes I Take My Chance, a hypnotic melody that meets a powerful bass and makes this track unforgettable! Up next is Siddhesh Sardessai (India) with Auto Naksha, a laid-back, special, technological chill track. VIVID (Pakistan) gives us Dr. McCoy, a lighthearted journey into DEEP, tech-house sounds. Jey Pee Raz (Argentina) brings us Hace Frio, a driving, Minimal-Tech track that will have booties shakin’ all over the world! Mass Digital (Serbia) is the Man With The Red Button (I Like It), a techy, hypnotizing trip which mesmerizes the listener with robotic voices and Minimal sounds.

Daemon Sick (Spain) is spotlighted with his track OPENING HELL, which must be listened to with a true stereo spectrum. This track utilizes many distinct sounds to create and incomparable soundscape! Also spotlighted is the driving track RAIN from Ed Flow (Canary Islands), which is an exquisitely, beautiful production bringing sound effects, synthetics and hallowed voices to produce a soundscape unparalleled. Rapper turned producer/DJ, Dragan Pejić (Serbia), contributes SEXY, a hard hitting, sensual journey into sound. Phillip Jo is a producer/DJ with an edgy imagination. His track STEP UP hits hard, but gives you meaning. And last, but certainly not least, comes Anmol Pinto, a drummer/Producer from the UK with his track WHAT SHE SAID, a Progressive-Tech house vibe with good mixture of deep bass lines, sensual vocal samples and an epic build up.

PROMO & MARKETING INFO

Format: Digital Release (MP3, WAV)

Marketing Info: RSS & Blog Feeds, Email Blasts, FaceBook Ads, MySpace Bulletins/Comments

Record Pool Service: MP3 (Only) iDJPool.com, StarfleetMusic.com

Track Listing:

1.) Auto Naksha – Siddhesh Sardesai 2.) Come To The Cabaret – Albert_Psycho

3.) Dr. McCoy – VIVID 4.) Hace Frio – Jey Pee Razz

5.) I Take My Chance – Alberto Psycho 6.) Man With The Red Button (I Like It) – Mass Digital

7.) Opening Hell – Daemon Sick 8.) Rain – Edflow

9.) Sexy – Dragan Pejic 10.) Step Up – Phillip Jo

11.) What She Said – Anmol Pinto

“Above the Sound Cloud 2” OFFICIAL RETAIL DATE: December 14, 2010

Distribution, Promotion and Marketing Notes: All releases are promoted, marketed and distributed by BrokenRecords.us/DontFixItMusic.com in association with InGrooves.com.

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One comment

  1. This airtcle is a home run, pure and simple!

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