Monthly Archives: January 2011

SoundCloud SoundCloud Local: Singapore

Photo by williamcho, found on Flickr

We’re getting closer to Global Meetup Day and in Singapore, SoundCloud users will be celebrating the Chinese New Year as well as getting together offline to mingle! We’re taking a look at this area filled with a multitude of talented SoundCloud users.

Justin Koh
After Justin Koh is finished watching sci-fi movies, discovering quaint new places to eat, and curating pictures of cats for his Tumblr blog, he’s creating instrumentals and samples! He’s looking to provide these to film scores, collaborations and session work! Check it out.

Here’s something we don’t see everyday, metal on the ‘Cloud! Sridhar is a guitarist, frontman, composer and record producer. He plays in another band called Sage and Melakartha is his experimental, metal project he’s doing on the side right now. There’s no resistance in these tracks!

Now, chill out and relax a bit with Arajua, a duo comprised of Muhd Fazly and Abdul Hakim. They started it up in 2006 and are now working on their first EP called Blueprints. They’re hoping to bring honey to local – and international – ears. Keep an eye on their SoundCloud page for more to come.

Benjamin Lim
A composer, sheng performer, educator and guitarist, Benjamin Lim is a man of many hats. He’s a music school graduate and has much of his work performed by reputable orchestras and used in short films. He loves sharing music to people of all social backgrounds and we want to share his music with you!

Splat! is a producer, sound designer, and engineer who takes pleasure in creating mystical sounds that rapture the senses of the listener. Right now, he is currently working on iOS game soundtracks + SFX, soundsets, presets & loops. Follow him on SoundCloud to get his latest productions.

Want some more music from Singapore? Check out!

And to everyone in Singapore, join the SoundCloud Local: Singapore group and submit your tracks! Also, don’t forget about the big meetup happening there on the 3rd!

If you aren’t in Singapore and want to attend/start/organize a SoundCloud meetup in your area for February 9th, check out the post here for more details! Also, take a look at the SoundCloud Local tag to see if your city has been featured yet.

David Go West! Hello San Francisco.

Hello California, Hello San Francisco!

Yesterday we announced the launch of our West Coast operations in San Francisco! Home of some of the most successful tech companies, we’re happy to be neighbors with all of the people, places and things that make the Bay Area awesome.

To get started, we’ll set up shop at The Summit in the Mission District of San Francisco and to learn more, listen to SoundCloud Co-founder & CEO Alex speak about why we chose San Francisco as our first US home in the audio message below:

Why we’re opening @Soundcloud San Francisco by Alex

Notice Alex coining the term slogging for sound blogging? Neat.

If you’re interested to be amongst the very first people to shape our US team and grow our West Coast presence, make sure to check the details of the following two job openings for San Francisco:

If one of these positions sound like you, get in touch with us, we’re looking forward to hearing from you.

(picture screengrabbed from The Summit’s video)

SoundCloud This Week in Tumblr: Foo Fighters, Peter Bjorn and John, Community Love, Alexi Murdoch & more

It’s time for another roundup of what happened on SoundCloud’s Tumblr blog last week. We have some new tracks, teasers and more for your ears below.


  • Steve from Strummerville got in touch with us (once again) to look into ways of using SoundCloud for the DIY initiative of the Joe Strummer Foundation For New Music. While Steve and the team started using SoundCloud back at the time, they’ve now rolled out a deeper integration with SoundCloud. Read our interview with him here.


  • Did you see the Foo Fighters teaser for their upcoming album? It’s powered by SoundCloud, check it out!
  • Peter Bjorn and John are giving away their new single “Breaker Breaker” from their soon-to-be-released album, Gimme Some. Hear and get it below by clicking the little download arrow on the side of the player and signing up to their mailing list.
  • Elliott Fienberg gave the SoundCloud Community team a nice little review on his blog. It still puts a smile on our faces!


  • Subdrive announced an open source remix competition for their latest release “DEF” from NYC producer Terror Dactel. Download the full stems here. Once you’re done doing your magic, submit it!



Thanks for reading! This week has already started off with some great items on the Tumblr blog — check it out.