Where’s The Crowd

Authentic late 1970s recording ala “Queen” meets the “Beatles”  This epic song has many facets of simple to enthusiastic to psychedelic.  Light orchestration and solo voice, too big harmonies, and full on rock pop band.  The character is searching for hope.  The upbeat section enlightens.

Artist: Bill Sandwick

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She’s A Lucky One

Themes of breaking down, internalizing, facing anxiety.  The acoustic guitars and violins seem to create a spinning room.  Interesting time changes.  Both Male and Female vocal.

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Leave You Alone

A slick blues song with a classic formulaic blues lyric. “Pain in my heart since you’ve been gone.” Sounds like B.B. King

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If They Only Knew

Warm, serene, female vocal over melancholy acoustic guitar, cello, and full band production ending with an epic instrumental build. The lyrics “If they only knew she cries herself to sleep” creates a story with thought provoking themes of hurt or depression.

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We’re Through

This track is reminiscent of Five For Fighting but with some modern electronic stylings. “I’m done with you” this is a stereotypical break up song. Very Gavin DeGraw, Neon Trees

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The World Is Fallin’

This song is characterized by its pop ballad piano and its modern vocal style. The drums pull this track to the rock world. Theme about a girl having a bad day but from the perspective of the observer/guy interested. Tone is empathetic,, sympathizing with this girl.

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Let It Rain

Soulful male vocal, pop r&b, downtempo cool emotional vocal

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Dusted Off

Nu Metal aggressive deep and epic. Smashing drums and driving guitars make for an intense experience.

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Cold August

Cool, College Rock with emotional vocals. Longing for a friend, a brother, a lover to return. Excellent soundtrack for yearning and self realization. Indie rock that makes you want to chant along.

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Zombie Day

Lo-fi and indie, an enchanting track layered with delightfully haunting vocals, hook driven upbeat guitar riffs, a tramping drum beat, and a dancing bass line that makes you think that just maybe feeling like a zombie isn’t so bad. Perfect track for a bad day scene or obviously a zombie movie.

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Beta Values

Catchy infectious Indie Pop song. Upbeat and pleasant. Male Vocal with full band production.

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