Chasing After The Wind by Randal Dunkle

Randal Dunkle

Broadjam Artist: Randal Dunkle
Song: Chasing After The Wind

Reviewer: Sonic

Positive Comments: Catchy guitar work that could work with more development using contemporary sounds. The low, whispering vocals work. The minimalist bass line is also effective for the song

Constructive Comments: The vocal mic volume catches too much non-essential sounds. The opening crash is off, which is disconcerting

Killing Of The Sound by Cec Cain

Cec Cain

Broadjam Artist: Cec Cain
Song: Killing Of The Sound

Reviewer: Kevin Leon Smith

Positive Comments: BOOM! Wicked tune dis be here! This is the first REAL reggae song I’ve reviewed!Great arrangement of these tracks with a true reggae mix om them! I love that bass! I’m a reggae bassie , so platinium respect! Keys, horns and all in sweet spots! Love the vocals, Iya! Reminds me of Dennis Brown yet your own style come through! You done good, Rasta!

Constructive Comments: MC Hammer said it best…Can’t touch this!

Madmess by Fred Kimmel

Fred Kimmel

Broadjam Artist: Fred Kimmel
Song: Madmess

Reviewer: Kevin Leon Smith

Positive Comments: This is agreat tune! Short yet sweet!Awesome arrangement, a sonic collage around the female vocal sample wailing her demands.Repeating them as the tension rises then drops into a ballad grand piano groove that takes you to her laughte, in just a little over a minute.

Constructive Comments: Don’t go chasing waterfalls!

Night is Young (White Raven Remix) by Eric Lives Here

Eric Lives Here

Broadjam Artist: Eric Lives Here
Song: Night is Young (White Raven Remix)

Reviewer: Paul Krans

Positive Comments: Very upbeat and possibly happy. The lyrics stay within the subject and keep telling the story. The vocals als well sung and the instrumental parts are well crafted to support the vocal melody lines of the lyrics. I like how the song starts in that upbeat feel and even though giving away the most important part of the chorus in the first lines of the song, it could well work here! Good job!

Constructive Comments: The bridge is surprising and feels well complementing the song, but could be shorter to keep the focus on the song. Though well sun, personally, I think the lines ending in a lower note than the rest of each line, makes the song feel less upbeat than it could be. In general, “happy” does not end on a lower key. Maybe see if with a little more up keys at the end of some (not all) lines, the son would give it that top upbeat feel it can have! Overall: good job!