Promote your music: Jeuce

October 22, 2008 · Posted in Electronic Music 


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Well this makes me soooo happy, this clearly is a band that knows what they are doing – in my words a serious live act that I would not have anything against watching. Really really nice going and if I were a label I wouldn´t hesitate on signing you guys.

However, this is of course a review section as well, and as such we are forced to be fairly critical as well – providing, hopefully, some useful feedback. The main thing I tend to get somewhat disturbed about is the somewaht overloaded music image you provide at times, especially so in Young touch, not that it isn’t sounds that fit in, but they tend to give you a cascade of sounds at once. I would trim down the sound effects here and there, so not to clutter the overall experience which is great.

From an electro perspective I would be very intrigued to see what would happen if you exchanged, to what I think is a live drum set, some of the drum beats, with some more electro heavy basses – just to give it a second twist or perhaps have someone make an electro remix of the tracks.

From a vocals perspective I believe this is definately the best vocals performance I have heard so far in this promote section, and I have listened to quite a few by now. Only minor thing would be that the vocals at times tend to take over the entire listening space.

Worth listening to?     DEFINATELY

In there own words:

We write, record and produce all of our own material – as well as playing live and DJ’ing (Jeuce Joyriders) around Southeast England for the past year or so. Weve just finished our move up to Leeds and trying to get as many shows booked as possible.
A short breakdown of our past endeavors consists of:
– Two official E.P releases on our own label, Get Sound Sexy Records (roughly 3750 sold worldwide)
– Official remix work (either Released or pre production) with Hadouken! (Declaration Of War – Atlantic), Shit Disco (I Know Kung Fu – Fierce Panda), The Whip, Devils Gun, The Raid, Fluid Lines, Goose, Trash Fashion., Charli xox…
– Supported such bands/DJ’s as Dan Le Sac & Scroobius Pip, Kid Acne, Graham Gold, Kate Nash, Trash Fashion, The Super Mario Brothers, Diverted etc



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