#Lastest tracks on Soundclound

  • Ttar Is An Egg
    Tuan Shun
    00:35
    0
  • Sdd
  • Rough Kisses - An$
    An$
    01:06
    Hip-hop & Rap
    0

    ily <3

  • Acorda Mercado 25/03
    Eu me banco!
    05:38
    0
  • Vekker / Magyarország - Horvátország 2-1 / Palánki István & Nagy Nati
    Rádió Szentendre 91.6
    05:08
    0

    A #vekkerben Palánki Istvánnal a Nemzeti Sport újságírójával beszélgetett Nagy Nati a tegnapi Labdarúgó Európa-bajnoki selejtezőről, ahol Magyarország 2-1-re nyert a horvát csapat ellen.

  • 45 seconds from my album
    Arcane Toaster
    00:45
    Metal
    0

    Almost done with the album at this rate. Been working on this thing for nearly three years, scrapping and throwing away tracks and then retooling older ones, it's been a lot of work but I think it will pay off. This is like the third teaser at this point right? I've been really anxious about what people will think of it. I like to think it's a cross between my earlier melodic chiptune stuff (mostly the early days of xm, some gameboy of course) and some of the later tracks I posted in 2017/2018 but with some other stuff to it. Been trying to move away from the expected sound and try to be more creative and try new recording techniques and using my environment more to record. I felt that with past albums and songs, I've been trying to re-create an already made sound, like the sound of several artists I enjoy rather than trying to find my own. In my early chiptune period I listened to other artists and listened for what made their songs good, and with my ''edm'' phase I tried to recreate what made those songs sound good to me (at the time), and probably failing at both. After a while it started to drain me so I guess with this album you can tell that it's a transitional effort with moving away from my past trappings (that's a phrase) and challenge myself, and maybe even the listener in the process. Maybe. Thank you for listening to my music! I'm aiming to finish the album as a part of my school project so we'll see how that goes!

  • Lil Toaster
    junk with apathy
    02:23
    Trap
    0
  • Mustang
    TOPI BEATS
    03:06
    Hip-hop & Rap
    0
  • Hide and Seek
    IBVNG
    07:23
    0

    #nonstopleasure #inchaozweproducmusic #159houseofpleasure

  • Hold Back The River 16 Aug
    JD
    03:40
    0
  • Follow Me
    Lagadishi brain
    03:39
    Electronic reggae dub
    0
  • MR UNIVERSE Osiris Rex And Bennu
    93.9 The River
    05:02
    0
  • ShayMac-FIGHTING DEAMONS
    smac0121
    03:15
    Hip-hop & Rap
    0

    Shaymizzymac with the raps

  • EAP 61: Picture It Possible - Visual Mapping for Goal Clarity
    Kimi Walker
    23:17
    0

    Belinda Jackson, visual strategist and founder of Picture It Possible, joins us on this episode of the Early Accountability podcast. Belinda always had a passion for art and doodled her way to many creative solutions in her own life before realizing that those skills could be paired with her experience in organizational strategy and teaching to help others. She started Picture It Possible in 2017, after establishing how her skills could solve her clients’ problems with systematic planning and change management. Belinda’s clients typically come to her when they are at a decision point regarding their product/service or their career. Struggling to decipher the way they should go, they often find themselves delaying their decisions or taking steps in the dark, but Belinda is able to come in and help. In her experience, people tend to lose sight of their end goals in the moment of struggling with a decision, but Belinda helps them put the dynamics they are considering down on paper in a way that brings them clarity they previously didn’t have. These vision maps identify imbalances and discrepancies between where they are and where they want to go, and by highlighting the accelerants and deterrents to their successful progress, Belinda’s artistic infographics provide the needed push towards execution. In a more general sense, visual mapping is often a turning point for the client because they have received so much clarity during the process. Belinda often encourages clients to create vision boards for themselves that showcase photos or quotes that they want to embody in their own lives. Taking a step back from the daily grind to evaluate where they are personally reinforces their vision casting or perhaps encourages them to shift their vision to better motivate them. Belinda offers a Plan Your Possible course on her website as well as complimentary consultation for anyone wondering if Belinda’s services could help them or their organization. Topics Covered in this Episode: • Visual strategy • Systematic planning • Organizational strategy • Clarifying your goals and vision

  • GM! Missed Today's Session? Don't Fret. Click the Link! God Bless You!
    Safe Encouragement
    44:50
    Religion & Spirituality
    0

    2 Corinthians 2: 12-17 (Ministers of The New Covenant)

  • Outside In: East80's & Candyman TC Rudeboi
    Candyman TC Rudeboi
    03:16
    hip hop/rap- r&b/soul
    0

    relaxed vibe go check out the video on youtube

  • Volca Modular Drum Bass and Kastle
    Aquino
    01:29
    0
  • Jako-Spectrum [FREE DOWNLOAD]
    Jako
    33:02
    Techno
    0
  • Forrest walk Light Language.wav
  • Crevasse
    Arcticrave music
    02:40
    Dance & EDM
    0
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