#2
I like it. I dont really like the genre but a good voice.
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#5
Ska! It makes me happy knowing people are still keeping the scene alive, that my band isn't the only new ska/reggae band out there.

But yes, good voice. However, it's the wrong forum. It should go in Riffs & Recordings, but I won't report since you make ska music
#7
good band good voice

id have a good time at one of your gigs the voice is pretty damn good though
#8
I was surpised to see that you were friends with SCRAP until I realised you're from Red Deer.
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#9
Vocals are good. Not great, but they definitely fit the music well. And you can sing in tune, which is already great, considering how many people think they can sing, but can't stay in tune.

Just keeping working on your voice. Don't sing out of your nose so much. It's not constant, but every once in a while, you do it. For example, I'm listening to "Stand Together" right now, and when you say "When you're dowwwwwn", you sound nasally.

Also, don't sing from your throat. Diaphragm will give you more power, and protect your voice.

In fact, have you considered finding a vocal instructor? They are expensive, but they are definitely worth it.
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#10
They aren't like amazing god vocals or anything but they are certainly not bad
That's a compliment considering how much I hate ska music.
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I was surpised to see that you were friends with SCRAP until I realised you're from Red Deer.
Did you go to Hibernation? It was New Art Night's last show.


Yeah man I went. It was pretty good. What band are you in?
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#12
overall, pretty good. You are in tune for the most part.

the main thing I hear besides singing through your nose at times and using your throat is that you aren't breathing properly. It sounds like you are out of breath quite a lot.
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#17
Not my kind of music, but yes, to anyone who's vaugely into ska, u rock.
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#18
I don't like Ska that much but I like your song "Stand together". The bassline is really cool, reminds me of Surf music. Nice! Yeah your vocals aren't bad at all. You've got talent.