Monthly Archives: November 2010

SoundCloud This Week in Tumblr: Starsmith, Chase & Status, Korg iMS-20, Music Liberation, and over 100 apps on SoundCloud!

Lost track of what hit our Tumblr last week? No need to worry, we have the hottest items that were posted below!


  • Starsmith’s second Production Surgery was announced last week. If you’re looking for advice on remixing, production techniques or how to get ahead in general, you can drop your tracks to his DropBox before 6pm this Wednesday! Click here for more details!


  • Woot! Here’s a free download from Chase & Status. It’s the new track called “Hypest Hype” featuring Tempa T!


  • The new Korg iMS-20 app turns your iPad into an analog synth studio! It also has direct access to SoundCloud. If you’ve created something with this app, share your sounds on SoundCloud by sending them to the iMS-20 group or the DropBox below!
  • Send us your sounds


  • Jon started his blog, Music Liberation (originally known as A Space For Music Liberation), to fill the void of no longer doing a radio show at university. And, Music Liberation was our Blog of the Week last week! You can read our interview with him on submitting tracks to his blog and more fun stuff here! Also, hear one of the tracks he’s been listening to non-stop below!

“Rubber” by Yuck


  • Last Friday, we celebrated the gain of over 100 third-party mobile, desktop and web apps now connected with SoundCloud. Check out the announcement here and see the new, improved App Gallery here!

More awesomeness to come on the SoundCloud Tumblr as per usual!

SoundCloud Part VIII of the SoundCloud Sessions with Maps & Atlases

On a fortunately sunny Sunday back in October, Maps & Atlases joined us on the rooftop for the eighth installment of The SoundCloud Sessions.

The humble and grateful guys put on an intimate show for us, playing four tracks without hesitation and leaving all of us in awe.

Have a listen to the tracks they played for us below and take advantage of the free downloads! You can also head over to the SoundCloud Sessions blog to watch the videos!

SoundCloud Sessions are recorded in audio and video, and each session is added to the SoundCloud Sessions tumblr. If you want to keep yourself updated on our sessions, check us out on Twitter, Tumblr and/or subscribe to this WordPress blog!

And don’t forget, if you’re a musician coming to Berlin or already living in Berlin, send us a track via our DropBox below!
Send me your track

SoundCloud Recap of this week’s SoundClouders of the Day

Need some tracks to get you ready for the weekend? If you answered ‘yes’, have a listen to the diverse range of SoundClouders of the Day we had this week! They’ll surely get you ready.

Titus and the Raindrops
LA-based, multi-genre producer and recording artist, Titus and the Raindrops was our SoundClouder of the Day at the beginning of the week! We actually interviewed him a while ago (check out the article here) and he’s currently working on some new stuff. You can hear one of these new tracks – called “Lost But Not Forgotten” – below.

Robot Koch
Not only is Robot Koch an essential part of the band Jahcoozi, but he is also his own solo artist. Hailing from Berlin, Germany, he definitely has some tracks to start your weekend up! Check out “Water and solutions”!

Alphabet Backwards
These guys have one motto, and that is to champion the noble art of pop music while dancing the whole time! Head on over to their page, have a listen and leave a comment!

Halcyon Days
For over 20 years, Anthony Banks aka Halcyon Days has been contributing to the music industry. He’s been writing and working on his solo and band projects, and has co-written many TV/Film themes and soundtracks. You can check out his track “Electro Gaze” below!

George Burl
George Burl has been around on the ‘Cloud for some time now, creating and uploading honest tracks. Based in Nebraska, this SoundClouder even posted an audio recording of how his profile picture came to be. Listen to his track “Just How You Are” below!

If you’re interested in checking out all of our SoundClouders of the Day (ever!), check out the curated group right here!