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Here is the entire EP2, streaming from soundcloud:
A warm review of “Need to Know” by Eunice Hilario via her blog, “Awkward Music Junkie”. Â Here’s a snippet:
Today The Reverb Junkie & Odd Year announced that their second collaborative EP has been released. I am a fan of both, so I had a hunch of what to expect. If you donâ€™t know who these guys are, The Reverb Junkie is NBCâ€™s The Voice,Â Michelle Chamuel, and her alternate EDM persona isÂ The Reverb Junkie. In the summer of last year she released her debut album,Â All I Want. Iâ€™d also like to point out that she posted my cover on a song of hers on her TRJ tumblr last year. Check it outÂ here!Â Odd Year, also known as David Gonzalez is a music producer/artist/programmer/remixer all within the EDM genre. Yâ€™all know me, I like my EDM from time to time.Â
You can read the entire review here.Â Â Thank you Eunice, appreciate theÂ time you took to write your initial reaction to the song.
Bandcamp: Â https://oddreverb.bandcamp.com/
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Yon can stream the entire ep on soundcloud:
In my busy schedule, I have neglected to post on this site that my music partner in crime, Michelle Chamuel (aka The Reverb Junkie) Â is currently on The Voice on NBC. Â Not only is she on The Voice, but she’s made it to the Finale this coming Monday. Â Which leads me to requesting a small favor from Odd Year fans: We are going to need everyone’s help by voting for her this Monday. Â Here are couple examples of why you should vote Michelle:
New Preview from EP2 with The Reverb Junkie (aka Michelle Chamuel):
Odd Year & The Reverb Junkie – On The Radio (Preview) by oddyear
Really dug the original track and wanted to give the remix more of a dubby downtempo treatment.
At last, my collaboration with The Reverb Junkie, EP1, is out today! Â Â Â It’s been over a year in the making, but you finally get to hear the finished product today. Â The first time I heard The Reverb Junkie’s vocals was on a track submission for a contest over at indabamusicÂ and thought to myself that her voice would be an excellent match for my instrumentals. Â So shortly after hearing her voice, I sent her an email and was pleasantlyÂ surprised that she was willing to take a few tracks of mine out for a spin. Â What she then emailed back to me where these wonderful pieces of art that are now part of EP1. Â So please listen, enjoy and share if deemed worthy.