The Like by Ian Graham

Ian Graham

Broadjam Artist: Ian Graham
Song: The Like

Reviewer: FRED GROSS

Positive Comments: This could definitely fit into a film score, country video. Recording was fairly good. Guitar work was good. Nice tune for just an acoustic and vocal. Keep up the good work!

Constructive Comments: Nothin gmuch here to add. In certain parts, the vocals seemed to rush a little, timing was off.. But you can get away with that since it was only a guitar and vocals track.

Ether Bound by Mitch Siegal

Mitch Siegal

Broadjam Artist: Mitch Siegal
Song: Ether Bound

Reviewer: HarryBudini

Positive Comments: Very professional and radio-friendly U2 inspired pop-rock song. Excellently recorded and performed. Spacious, airy vibe, especially in the refrain. If released by U2, could probably improve the most recent releases by Bono and company.

Constructive Comments: What can I say apart that I don’t have nothing to say.

Before You Swallow by Jeff Ashbaker

Jeff Ashbaker

Broadjam Artist: Jeff Ashbaker
Song: Before You Swallow

Reviewer: FRED GROSS

Positive Comments: A real toe-tapper!! Good dance tune definitely.. This has several potential applications: TV-Film-Live Clubscene- RadioGuitar was kickin! Vocals were very good. Overall recording was nice.

Constructive Comments: Nothing much here. The guitar could be brought up just a pinch in the mix, but nice overall. Great job, keep it comin!

A Life In Question / Soundtrack by Uncle Spider & The Electric Dirt Clods

Uncle Spider & The Electric Dirt Clods

Broadjam Artist: Uncle Spider & The Electric Dirt Clods
Song: A Life In Question / Soundtrack

Reviewer: Rin Vinson

Positive Comments: Even though there aren’t any lyrics or vocals on this song, it has a clear, pronounced hook. A great one at that. For some reason I visualize a scene in a movie, tv show, and or ad that would be a night time time frame. Possibly raining. The groove the drums and bass are laying down is simple and fat (in a great way). The guiro is a nice touch.The guitar playing and tone are excellent. Once again…very simple but completely effective. The recording, composition, mix, and master are all high grade and professional. Thanks for sharing.

Constructive Comments: Nothing negative to say. I listened three times and I can’t find anything I would change. I would keep my eyes open for a placement that has to do with night time. I enjoyed the track very much and I think it should do well for you.

Highways To The Sky (NewAge/Meditative – from “Earthways”) by Chet Nichols

Chet Nichols

Broadjam Artist: Chet Nichols
Song: Highways To The Sky (NewAge/Meditative – from “Earthways”)

Reviewer: Nigel Barrett

Positive Comments: Wasn’t expecting the beautiful chords at the beginning. They got my attention. Sounded like an intro to a Deadmau5 tune.

Constructive Comments: I was waiting for this to really take off and get pumping!! But then I’m a freak for tunes like I remember by Deadmau5! Builds nicely and some beautiful moments in there.

Snowy Mountain Stream by Patrick E. Muth

Patrick E. Muth

Broadjam Artist: Patrick E. Muth
Song: Snowy Mountain Stream

Reviewer: Jeff Roberts

Positive Comments: Nice behind the beat vocal phrasing and a classic melody/phrasing here much like “Shake Rattle n’ Roll”.

Constructive Comments: Take the effects off the guitar. Listen to Humber Sumlin or Otis Rush for a classic Chicago vibe–clean and dry with a bit of bite. I’d start with the full rhythm section. The guitar solo isn’t very bluesy–again clean up the tone and go for simple phrasing with statement and repetition leave space in. There are a number of timing issues. This could be a really fun tune–the bones are there. Make it tight, concise, and clean!! All IMO of course.